This podcast hopes to find God in all things, mulling over questions about God from an Ignatian perspective, reflecting on scripture, and being attentive to how God permeates the moments of our exciting and mundane life. For more, visit GodInAllThings.com.
Sacred Stories: Scripture and Lived Experience
Our image of God depends on how we understand the Bible. Is the Bible a moral rulebook or does it present a larger Truth about humanity's experience with God told through stories?
The Weeds and the Wheat: Mindfulness and Non-Resistance
Whenever we bring suffering or negative feelings into our consciousness, we give it less power over us. When we take a mindful, contemplative, and non-resistance stance like Jesus, we discover a new kind of freedom.
Ignatian Contemplation: Praying with Your Imagination
Think you don't have an imagination? Here's why Ignatius felt imagination was so important to our prayer. Also, try our new Memory Recollection audio meditation.
Gazing at the Stars
What was going on in Ignatius' heart as he gazed up each night at the stars? His cosmology was quite different than ours, but he still understood that love was the force of the universe, the source of all and the ultimate destination.
The Ministry of Remembering
It feels good to be remembered. Ignatius saw the memory as a gift, one that draws us into a deeper union with God.
Accepting Impermanence and Experiencing Heaven Now
The things in our life are all passing. They are gifts to help us in our journey to a union with God. When we accept impermanence, we discover heaven on earth. When we let go of 'shoulds' and illusions and expectations, we find salvation.
Go with the Flow
This short message goes right to the heart of living a life filled with purpose and passion💜
It’s uplifting, hope-filled, and a wonderful gift!
A short listen leads to a long loving look at the real. These are well done. Thank you!
really helpful for my spiritual journey
i have been listening for two months now and i absolutely love it! so helpful for my journey as it allows me to pause, reflect, and contemplate the ways that Christ is moving in my life