The Beholding Eye

“To experience the presence of God burning in the heart of all creation, we often need this kind of spontaneity to awaken our inner sight to Christ in our midst: in the breaking of the bread, as the image of God within everyone we meet, and especially in those whom the world (and especially the church) have cast out…”

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In My Sight…

“Wash the shade from my sight, and in my seeing, let me look through your light at everyone and everything…”

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The Word Unspoken

“Free me from symbols, from words…”

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Radical Willingness

“May it be done to me, according to your word…”

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“How can I be a space — simple, open, warm, stilled — that is prepared to receive the smallest, humblest, most vulnerable version of divinity when it comes quietly knocking at my door? Can I welcome a God I don’t recognize at first, a God who shows up in rags, comes from another country, and is dependent on my meager shelter? Am I brave enough for that?” -Siri Liv Myhrom

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The Shoulder Season of Advent

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Recreation

“The General Dance…”

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Looking Deeply

“For He has regarded the lowly state of His maidservant…”

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Come Down by Kevin Prosch

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“Hold Me Jesus” by Rich Mullins

“I think I would rather live on the verge of falling, and let my security be in the all-sufficiency of the grace of God than to live in some kind of pietistic illusion of moral excellence. Not that I don’t want to be morally excellent. But my faith isn’t in the idea that I’m more moral than anybody else. My faith is in the idea that God and his love are greater than whatever sins any of us commit.”  -Rich Mullins 

“Hold Me Jesus” (Click here to listen to the song)

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