Process Theology In Three Images

The Art of Isabelle Robinson Process Theology in Three Images   When broken objects lose their function and are discarded as being useless, they lose their very reason for being. By uniting them into a new wholeness, Isabelle Robinson aims at rediscovering their innate beauty, giving them a new identity which goes beyond what they Read More …

Christmas Breakfast: Caramel Pull Apart

Caramel Pull Apart   Ingredients: 24 frozen white bread dough, thawed but still cold 1 box of non instant butterscotch pudding mix 1/2 cup chopped pecans 1/2 cup of butter 1/2 cup of brown sugar Recipe: Grease bundt pan Cut rolls in half and roll each in the dry pudding mix Arrange in pan alternately Read More …

On Being Rooted

ON BEING ROOTED My father died recently and the roots upon which I was born and grew from were suddenly gone. From those ancients roots my own grew and I was left wondering, “Am I now rootless? If not, what are mine?” Our roots grow deeper, slowly, overtime, in relationship with what is around us, Read More …

LISTENING VESSELS

What type of listening vessel am I?   This summer as I was listening to one of my children express their emotional and physical pain, I found myself listening with great care and love but also with tremendous worry and anguish. Was I listening well? Did my listening help? Looking back at that moment, I Read More …

SOUNDS LISTENING PRACTICE

Stop – Breathe – ListenWorkout for the listening muscle. Listening to the sounds that surround us, paying close attention to their pitch, melody, rhythm, and follow them as they expand is a good practice to develop our listening muscle and get it ready to listen to the “big stuff”. STOPWherever you are, whatever you are Read More …