Eight years ago when our daughter-in-law-Amanda went into labor with our first grandchild, the day started early and had grown long by noon. Amanda had been in labor all night, and five of us took turns keeping her company, giving her comfort, wiping her brow. I was sitting on the floor in the corner praying
“Cast all your anxiety on God because God cares for you.” I Peter 5:7
It’s one of those nights when you just can’t sleep. You know the kind of night I’m talking about. There’s more to be done than can be accomplished in one day. The to-do list reads more like a to-didn’t, with more
We are honored to receive praise for “Sex and the Spirit”. The United Church of Christ Book Club Resources just reviewed our book and had glowing praise:
“Copeland and Rosenberger have mature and worthy conversations about sexuality that, if shared, could enrich and illuminate a great many Christians’ lives in crucial, life-giving ways.”
Blessings to you this day. I took this photo at my kitchen table as I headed out the door to work this morning. The roses reminded me of the lush abundance of holy things made known through the ordinary. The tablecloth woven by seasoned hands in the Guatemalan hills above Antigua bring to mind the
Healthy Habits for Life weight loss retreats support non-denominational and inter-faith healthy spiritual practices in an open, safe, and non-judgmental environment. We introduce daily practices of mindfulness and gratitude around meals and the gifts of participants in the program.
Increasing volumes of research indicate a positive correlation between spiritual practices such as meditation and prayer,