Stories tagged:
retreat

Fall Contemplative Weekend [Nov 17-19]

“Gregory the Great (sixth century), summarizing the Christian contemplative tradition, expressed it as “resting in God.” This was the classical meaning of Contemplative Prayer in the Christian tradition for the first sixteen centuries.” — Thomas Keating For those of us who are tired and carrying heavy burdens, Jesus invites us into a lighter way of life. Unfortunately, the world we […]

2016 Community Retreat [Nov 18-20]

**Our 2016 Retreat Registration is CLOSED! Thank you for registering, and please stay tuned for more details about the weekend** Where: HEB Foundation Camp, Leakey, TX When: November 18-20 Who: Anyone in the Vox Veniae Community Join us for a weekend of community and conversation in arguably the most beautiful canyon in Texas. In the relentless hustle of 21st century […]

Leadership Retreat [Apr 25]

For those of you who are part of our ministry teams and help make the Vox community happen, we will be having a training and team building retreat on Saturday, April 25 from 930am-4pm at Space12. Please join us in this time of planning and training as we help each other better serve our community and city. Our guest speaker […]

You Get Your Life Back

At the end of October, the Vox and Austin Mustard Seed communities had the privilege of hearing Cherith Fee Nordling speak at our community retreat. The following is a reflection by one of Austin Mustard Seed’s community members after the retreat. “You get your life back.” That one short sentence is how Cherith Fee Nordling encapsulates the entire story of […]

Female Thoughts on the Embodied Jesus

At the end of October, the Vox and Austin Mustard Seed communities had the privilege of hearing Cherith Fee Nordling speak at our community retreat. The following is a reflection by one of our community members after the retreat. Admittedly, I am the person who waited until the week before the Vox retreat to actually register. I had been hearing […]

The Collaborative Body

Our speaker, Cherith Fee-Nordling, spoke at our fall retreat and shared what the implications are for us that Christ has a human body. Reflection What does the humanity of Christ mean for our bodies and lives here on earth? As we reflect on what we are saved from through Christ, what are we also saved for?

Liturgy Reflection & Benediction 10.26.2014

Liturgy In you, oh God, we have life and community. In the city and in us, may your voice be heard. Unconditional, is the love that you place in our hearts. Everlasting, is the promise of hope you made. We gather as the church. We gather as the disconnected. We gather as the restless. We gather to offer an urban […]