Get The Funk Out—Finding Flow Through Spiritual Reading

Spiritual reading is like a treasure hunt. We search for words to comfort and inspire us. We explore new thoughts and ideas that lead us up “new mountains or guide us through unexpected dark valleys.”

Can You Hear the Sound of Silence? (Finding Flow Through Solitude)

Silence is our friend. It’s the language of God. And when we become still and listen—when we sit in solitude alone with the Creator—we can hear the silent voice of God.

What’s “Divine Flow” & How Do I Get In It?

If God is real, then we should be able to communicate with the Creator. Right? Just like we do in our relationships with spouses, friends, and other loved ones, we should be able to talk with and listen to the Divine.  We should be able to get into the flow with God’s Spirit and live from that space like an athlete or artist who’s “in the zone.”

Who’s In Charge Here? This Is the “Age of the Spirit”

The clamor of the world draws us to seek inner quiet. The Spirit invites us to stillness, to calm the mind’s chatter, since, as Mother Teresa says, the language of God is silence.

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What’s “Divine Flow” & How Do I Get In It?

If God is real, then we should be able to communicate with the Creator. Right? Just like we do in our relationships with spouses, friends, and other loved ones, we should be able to talk with and listen to the Divine.  We should be able to get into the flow with God’s Spirit and live from that space like an athlete or artist who’s “in the zone.”

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Gifts From An Ordinary God

My morning quiet time has not been fruitful these past few days. I show up, sit in the silence, and listen. I wait. But all I hear is a whiz-bang of thoughts whirling in my mind.     I do what the teachers have taught me. I focus on my breath. Try to find...

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How To Reclaim Your Authentic Self

There’s a mumble jumble of popular talk these days about finding your “True Self.” Some people call it the Original Self, the Self Before You Were Born, or the Authentic Self. Whatever term you use, the concept refers to finding and living out of the “self” that God created you to be. It invites us to let go of what others say we are, and instead to see ourselves through the eyes of Christ.

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How Do I Love Me? Let Me Figure Out the Ways

Scientists have discovered that our brains establish belief systems through the connection of neuron pathways. For example, if we continuously tell ourselves we’re incompetent, the neurons in our brain will create a pathway to reinforce that belief. Over time, we create an increasingly negative self-image. It may evolve into self-doubt or even self-hatred. If we tell ourselves we are good, loving, and competent, we wire our neuron pathways to form belief systems that support self-respect and compassion.

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Are You a light-snuffer or a Lamplighter?

We share the light of Christ whenever we care for others who are suffering, write emails to encourage someone, or attend to the needs of the lonely or homebound. Our positive acts allow us to share the Light of Christ with others.

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Let’s Find Flow!

If you’d like more inner peace, balance, and wholeness—want to Find Flow—the first step is to  take the Spiritual Gifts Inventory. It’s as simple as answering sixty questions so you can find out what makes you come alive.