Jesus’ simple words from John 1:43 echo through the ages and in our soul as well. Two simple words that carry the weight of our entire lives. Follow me. There are so many things in our lives clamouring for
As our new year kicks off in September, we are leaning heavily on God as we continue in pandemic times. We are taking this month to pray and fast. For a lot of people fasting is a new idea and
Easter is the most important celebration in the Christian calendar. For several years, Diaspora has set up an Easter prayer experience in a physical location with stations/rooms for people to reflect and pray through the last days of Jesus life
For spiritual formation last month, we asked Diaspora, Who are we in Christ?” and then we created a collage of pictures, words, drawings and shapes to answer the question. It’s fun when we get together to think, pray and express
Easter is the pivotal event and spiritual celebration of the year for Christians. It’s the time when we mark the crucifixion of Jesus, the time He died to take the penalty for sin on Himself. The time when he set
I was walking and praying one fall morning and a song by Rich Mullins was reverberating through my body and soul, I SEE YOU. As the lyrics played through my head and I found myself praying and praising them back to God.
[post from September 2016] We pray. We definitely pray. Actually, we just did a worship exercise this past week (thanks Elaine!) which was about trusting God and that’s a big part of what we pray and that we pray. We
My spiritual director once challenged me to think about my theology of prayer. What was the deal with prayer and God to me? So, I thought and prayed. Seemed the place to start. I came up with three things that