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Little Us. Big Universe.
This should be fun.
On the previous Journey On, we talked about how growing spiritual people might lead all of us out of our
Our world is so divided, politically, culturally, and religiously--even among people who claim the same religion as
20th Century America was a golden era for optimistic teaching about how to succeed.
We all hit problems in our lives that don't have easy answers and so, in the absence of obvious ways to solve them,
Many great spiritual teachers (looking to the Bible) agree that there's one straightforward spiritual thing you can do th
Loneliness is hard--and boldly following God into uncharted territory can risk its own kind of loneliness.
Peter Eavis, a New York Times business reporter and popular Blue Ocean World guest, just covered WeWork's
Francine Kiefer, the West Coast Bureau Chief for the Christian Science Monitor, just wrote a viral story
We've all heard about or experienced occasional unexplainable stories--was it an angel? a ghost? an alien?
Worrying more than anything else keeps us from living our best life.
After hearing Gay Hendricks's book
How do we find and sustain the kind of meaningful work that's at the heart of our deepest dream?
Ken is a veteran Centering Prayer practitioner, often encouraging AA people to use is as their 11th Step