In a World of Unrest, a Rule of Life is a Sheltering and Sustaining Place

"A good rule of life is not a complicated how-to manual, but a sheltering and sustaining place." Margaret Guenther Our world is more stressful and uneasy in these last six months than we care to admit. Now, with layered tensions from Covid-19, being isolated from one another longer than anyone thought possible, racial injustices and protests, and the start of schools and welcome routines of fall being delayed again, we are wondering more than ever what is it we do?, who are we in this new cultural climate?, what does it look like to be a citizen of this pandemic Continue Reading

5 Reasons Now is the Time to Create a Rule of Life on Purpose

"The more I considered Christianity, the more I found that while it has established a rule and order, the chief aim of that order was to give room for good things to run wild."  G.K. ChestertonToday, I read Psalm 114 which means we have been sheltering in place for a little more than 114 days. Back when I began reading a Psalm a day, it was a pattern I planned to repeat every 150 days. But none of us had any idea that we would still be sheltering in place more than 114 days later with no definite end Continue Reading