So many of us are feeling a tug like never before that there is something to be done in our world, something important, something big. At the exact same time many are nervous, fearful, overwhelmed with the magnitude of the task before us. Today I explore what it means to start, to take the next right step and give 3 ways to actually begin making a difference in your world! Click Here for Sound Cloud Click Here for iTunes
We all have endings in our lives. We end relationships, jobs, and even our own lives each have an ending. Most people wait until the end to do the things they really want to do, to live how they want to live and reflect their ideals in their priorities and decisions. On todays podcast I talk about what it means to take each moment and choose to actually live instead of just existing. I give you three ways to reorder your life so that when it is time to end something, you can do so with no regrets. Click Here to Listen on Sound Cloud Click Here to Listen on iTunes
Join me this week on the 12 Stone Spirituality Podcast as I discuss our current political situation, who is our neighbor and what we are called to do as people of faith.... Click Here to Go to iTunes Click Here to Go to Sound Cloud
Today on the 12 Stone Spirituality Podcast I talk about my story, where I come from and how we get where we are. I also spend a good bit of time talking about difficulty, anger and sorrow and the incredibly fertile soil they produce. Check it out today! Click Here to Listen!
Episode 2 of the 12 Stone Spirituality Podcast is up and ready! I hope you will be able to go over to iTunes and download and subscribe to the 12 Stone Spirituality Podcast. The podcast has had an incredible response so far! This episode is about the Biblical origin of the idea behind 12 Stone and the oncoming desert that God is calling us into, and how that is a good thing :) Click Here to listen! or copy and paste https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/12-stone-spirituality-podcast/id1191333213?mt=2
Confession exists as a starting point to make right what has been wronged. This is my confession. I am the white father of a white son. When I look at him I see many things. I see laughter, joy and a careless dance though these hot southern summer days. He runs, giggles and plays without consequence. Exactly how it should be. …