The idea of debt isn’t just about money. And in that space, God comes in.
God said, “See, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree with seed in its fruit; you shall have them for food.’” Gen. 1:29 Great Lent is a wonderful time to start integrating the practice of Christian fasting into your life. As you know,Continue reading “Plant-Based Diets are Christian Diets”
The current Christian civilizational encounter with Yoga reminds me of the early Church as it wrestled with what to make of Greek Philosophy. Was it all pagan? Was some of it valid?
Christ is Born! Welcome to the new year! If you want some relief from the stress, distraction, and isolation that 2020 (and now 2021) has thrown our way, we invite you to join our PraXis online group on Zoom and MeetUp. This year, we will begin to discuss and practice embodied forms of prayer asContinue reading “Reborn Bodily into the New Year”
We’ll be blessed this week as he joins us to preach on the day the Word was born.
Salve! This week’s Christian Mindfulness session will include a presentation by author and Centering Prayer coach Rich Lewis.
This week we will continue our exploration into Christian Mindfulness by adding Lectio Divina to our contemplative prayer.
In our last post, we talked about the form of mindfulness prayer known as contemplative prayer. We also went through the step by step process of Centering Prayer. However, a lot of people find it hard to do Centering Prayer right off the bat. For those unfamiliar with these types of silent prayers we recommendContinue reading “Intro: Christian Mindfulness, Gradual Approach to Silence [Part 3 of 3]”
“The vigilant monk is a fisher of thoughts” – St. John Climacus, 600 CE Please read the first post to understand some of the terms we will use in this conversation. The PraXis routine is to do 20 minutes of light exercise followed by 10–20 minutes of Christian Mindfulness, also known as contemplation. Ideally theseContinue reading “Intro: Christian Mindfulness and Centering Prayer [Part 2 of 3]”
The key to PraXis is doing light exercise before your mindfulness, or contemplative prayer practice. In general, adults should do at least 30 minutes of moderate to intense exercise 5 days a week just to stay healthy. In PraXis, exercise is followed by 10- 20 minutes of Christian mindfulness, such as Centering Prayer, Christian MeditationContinue reading “Before mindfulness: best exercises for mobility, strength and cardio/HIIT”