Everyday Spirituality: The Blog

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by | Dec 13, 2021 | connect.faith, Everyday Spirituality: The Blog | 0 comments

Are you looking for a way to practice your faith with other people – but what used to work doesn’t work anymore? Maybe you work on Sunday mornings – or maybe Sunday mornings at your church don’t work for you.
We are committed to meeting people where they are with opportunities to connect around creativity, justice and spiritual growth. Whether you watch a whole season at a time on your own, or decide that what you want is to talk to other people at the same time – we hope you see what’s here for you.

One option we have is a Creativity Lab every Wednesday night at 7:30 E.T. Everyone is welcome to listen and talk about the creative process, and connect with other people who are exploring their creativity in music, art, writing and more. 

Now – if you are looking for folks to share the journey of making the world more just – we’re starting a book study about We Cry Justice, in connection with the Poor People’s Campaigns. Prior Book Studies were How to Be an Anti Racist, Caste and Holy Envy. Reply to info@connect.faith to sign up.

Finally – we’re committed to giving you the chance to grow spiritually through music that feeds your soul. And through our podcasts – Everyday Spirituality and Generation Hope, you hear other people’s stories in a way that helps you know you’re not alone.

We hope connect.faith is a place you choose to visit on Zoom, or by checking out our website’s gallery, or video library. We really want to meet and connect with you – wherever you are!

Debbie Bronkema

Debbie is excited by the power of story to transform lives. through her work as a pastor, author, retreat leader, and group facilitator, her hope is to plant seeds that encourage people to grow in their relationship with themselves, each other, and God.


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