“Wheat dies so many times,” writes poet and artist Stephanie Gehring as she begins this Lenten meditation.
As you enter into the season of Lent, we offer this guided study of John 11 as a tool for deepening your spiritual journey with Jesus.
Sara Scheunemann describes her own experience with spiritual direction and its place in deepening her relationship with God.
At an unaccustomed loss for words, Tish Harrison Warren discovers prayer in liturgy, silence, and embodiment.
Ann Boyd leads us through this sixteenth-century spiritual discipline making us more sensitive to the work of God in our lives.
In his recently published book, GFM director Bobby Gross calls us to let the liturgical year give shape to our devotional life.
Sharon Gartland leads us in taking a fresh look at Mary's response to the annunciation.
Nutrition researcher Karen Yeary describes God's power transforming her relationship with food.
Tish Harrison describes how the weekly practice of ceasing from work and embracing rest and play has become her touchstone.
What guides our life and allows us to act as persons of integrity and courage in the face of evil? MaryKate Morse describes this gift from God as she experienced it in her own life.
Adele Ahlberg Calhoun instructs us in the practice of prayerful coloring and offers two pages from her new coloring book.
Scott Santibañez offers wise counsel about attending to the role of finances in relationships.
Beth Bruno describes the way grad school gave her spiritual refreshment in her early years of motherhood.
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