Falling Gracefully

What kind of imprint do I really want to make on this world, in my life, on the people that surround me? Richard Rohr reflects on two possibilities: “Kingdom people are history makers. They break through the small kingdoms of this world to an alternative and much larger world, God’s full creation. People who are… Continue reading Falling Gracefully

Sifted to be Strengthened

I love this insight from Richard Rohr on spiritual authority: “Loving servanthood and foundational surrender are the true basis for teaching authority in the Church, much more than title, vestment, role, or office. Such lives have the living authority of Jesus himself, and need no special ordination or public validation. Jesus says to Simon Peter… Continue reading Sifted to be Strengthened

Living the Questions

Have you ever had someone—a writer or speaker or person you respect—in your life that for you, for that time, everything that is said seems relevant, challenging and motivating? Oswald Chambers was that for me at one time, Amy Carmichael, Alan Hirsch at other times. These days, Richard Rohr’s meditations are speaking into me life… Continue reading Living the Questions