March 31, 2024

Being at Home

What does it mean to be at home? On this Easter Sunday, Gena St. David centers our resurrection hope in our embodied experiences. Allowing the good news to be something that shows up in our bodies, emotions, and relationships. [Mark 16:1-6]


What would be different if I felt “at home” in my body?

How might I practice “name it to tame it” with my emotions?

Who do I wish to tell or express my love to this week?


  1. Book: Black Liturgies: Prayers, Poems, and Meditations for Staying Human by Cole Arthur Riley
  2. Video: “That’s Emotions, Mama!”: 4-Year-Old Has Heartfelt Conversation About His Feelings by Jonisa Padernos via Storyful
  3. Book: Old Path White Clouds by Thich Nhat Hanh
  4. Book: Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed

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