My First Inner Failure of Lent

I had a good day today. I spent a lot of time in prayer. I went deep to really connect with the Holy Spirit within. St. Theophan the Recluse used to call it "standing before God with the mind in the heart." It's descending from the mind through the heart into the soul where the... Continue Reading →

I Must Be God’s Slumlord.

As I shared on Tuesday, my Lenten work this year is to figure out what it really means to be "a temple of the Holy Spirit." I've really let the temple go, so I'm obviously going to be taking care of some deferred maintenance through eating right and getting some exercise. More importantly, I have... Continue Reading →

Jesus for Atheists

“Even if there was no God, and Jesus was just a regular guy, the way of life he advocates would heal the world on its own if more people gave it a try.”

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