My students and I are finding our way into the world again with Evagrius, Teresa of Ávila, and Howard Thurman.
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During the pandemic, I’ve realized how much I rely on her as a proxy for my faith.
Silence, in the Christian tradition, is a shared discipline as much as an individual one.
These days I’m receiving them with a kinder heart.
I don’t know if this is the pandemic’s end game. I do know that new things are already being born in us.
All plans feel like grass withering in the sun these days.
When COVID took my sense of smell, I was drawn to the Bible’s description of God’s.
Mythic Quest and Call My Agent have me feeling nostalgic for annoying colleagues and pointless meetings.
Pastors coping with the pandemic need our encouragement, not our carping.
Likely with both praise and blame.
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We need to relearn a capacity to dwell in God’s presence.
We’re hungrier than ever for physicality, place, and embodiment.
I murmured my prayers, counted my breaths, and got through it.
“The coffee is much better now that we attend a Lutheran church,” I told my husband, wailing.