This week on Everyday Spirituality, Debbie spoke with Katrina Pekich-Bundy about inclusive spiritual spaces for neurodivergent folks.
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This week, we talk with Lauren Burdette, a spiritual director and the author of the book “This Life That is Ours: Motherhood as Spiritual Practice.”
Catherine, an author, physical therapist, and wellness coach, talks about how she combines these passions to connect the body and the spirit.
In this time of pain and unrest and violence, let us choose to see no stranger.
I am reminded of the power of writing to heal our souls.
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Finding our oasis: noticing where we are thirsty and where we get filled up.
Creative Writing opens us up to the power of the Spirit of God in our stories.
Progressive Christians focus on finding ways to love God and love their neighbors as the center of faith.
Are you looking for ways to connect, and what used to work doesn’t work anymore?
Jen Kohn, owner of The Village Bookstore, sits down with Debbie to discuss running a local business and the beauty that can be found in a hardcover book.
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