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lectio divina

Sunday Contemplative Prayer and Lectio [Mar 6 – Apr 17]

During the season of Lent, we’re invited to adopt a reflective posture of humility as we consider the sacrifice and suffering that Jesus experienced here on earth. Join us Sunday mornings online throughout the season of Lent from 8-9am as we offer a virtual time of contemplative prayer and Lectio Divina. We will offer Centering Prayer for the first 20 […]

Dressed in Love

Weylin Lee reflects on what we are putting on ourselves that centers us around and embodies the love of God through the contemplative practice of Lectio Divina [Colossians 3:12-17]. Reflection How might you clothe yourself with more compassion and kindness in this coming year? What would it look like for you to practice more gratitude in the coming year? Resources […]

Hope of Restoration

Weylin Lee reflects on the hope of restoration as we come to the end of this heavy year through the contemplative practice of Lectio Divina [Isaiah 61:10-62:3]. Reflection In light of this past year, what are the things we hope for in this coming year? How might we be open to a new way of being? Resources Year in Photos […]

Advent: Uncomfortable Love

As we continue in the Advent season, Jason Minnix reflects on the uncomfortable love of God through the contemplative practice of Lectio Divina [Matthew 1:18-25]. Reflection How am I being made vulnerable by the emergence of new life? Where do I sense the presence and absence of grace over this past year? Resources Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina: Luke 1

As we continue the Advent season, we’re invited to explore the Scriptures through the contemplative practice of Lectio Divina [Luke 1:46-55]. Reflection What words or phrases stood out to you from this passage? Why? How does this text speak to you in your current situation and environment? What is the text calling you to do or become this week? (How […]

Receiving Gifts

As we wrap up this year, Jason Minnix leads a time of reflection and meditation through the practice of Lectio Divina [Isaiah 61:10-62:3]. Reflection Where do I sense meaning and connection this morning? What gift am I being invited to receive today?