Tag Archives: spiritual discipline

Why Lent is a lot like Surfing

February 9, 2016

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Don’t you think it’s a little odd to give up something for Lent in order to worship a Savior who told us to remember him by eating carbs and drinking alcohol?

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What is Spiritual Formation? by Dallas Willard, PhD

February 20, 2015

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We have multitudes of professing Christians who well may be ready to die, but obviously are not ready to live, and can hardly get along with themselves, much less with others.

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You Are What You Eat (and Do): Why You Might Not Want to Give Up Chocolate For Lent

February 19, 2015

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At first glance, the concept of Embodied Cognition looks more like some new whackadoodle academic program than serious research. But could it be scientific evidence for an ancient Christian practice?

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Story Failure: Why We ‘Lose it’ in High Stress Environments, by Gary David Stratton, PhD

March 20, 2014

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The stories, beliefs and strategies we develop to survive life’s most painful experiences inevitably fail us in high stress environments. Here’s why.

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Spiritually Thriving in High Stress Environments, by Gary David Stratton, PhD

March 19, 2014

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Contrary to popular belief, the most commonly used drug in Hollywood is not cocaine. It’s adrenaline.

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Connecting to God in Hollywood, the Ivy League, and Beyond

February 25, 2014

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Spiritual disciplines are designed not so much to “get you somewhere” in your career as much as to keep you alive spiritually in a constantly shifting landscape of success and failure.

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