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Episode 27: Conspiring Prayer with Mark Karris Methods

    • Religion & Spirituality

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation.

Today we sit with Mark Karris,

Mark Gregory Karris is a licensed marriage and family therapist, ordained pastor, theologian, writer, and worship leader, based in San Diego. He has received a Masters in Counseling through the Alliance Graduate School of Counseling in Nyack, N.Y., a Master of Divinity from Drew Theological School in N.J., and currently working through his PsyD from Alliant International University in San Diego. Mark has has published and peer reviewed research, and facilitates workshops on topics such as attachment theory, shame, self-compassion, relationships, and trauma. Although he may be best known for his book Divine Echoes, in which he outlines an alternative approach to discursive prayer that he calls Conspiring Prayer. In this episode of Methods, Mark shows us how to engage in prayer even when our belief on its efficacy is in contention.

Find Mark here:

http://conspiringprayer.com/

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Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation.

Today we sit with Mark Karris,

Mark Gregory Karris is a licensed marriage and family therapist, ordained pastor, theologian, writer, and worship leader, based in San Diego. He has received a Masters in Counseling through the Alliance Graduate School of Counseling in Nyack, N.Y., a Master of Divinity from Drew Theological School in N.J., and currently working through his PsyD from Alliant International University in San Diego. Mark has has published and peer reviewed research, and facilitates workshops on topics such as attachment theory, shame, self-compassion, relationships, and trauma. Although he may be best known for his book Divine Echoes, in which he outlines an alternative approach to discursive prayer that he calls Conspiring Prayer. In this episode of Methods, Mark shows us how to engage in prayer even when our belief on its efficacy is in contention.

Find Mark here:

http://conspiringprayer.com/

Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon.

linktr.ee/methodspodcast

www.methodspodcast.com

www.patreon.com/methods

www.instagram.com/methodspodcast

www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message
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