Tag Archives: Sacramental living

Continual Renewal – the Renovare Way to Discipleship (part 7)

This is the final post in a series of seven which are based on the Renovare organization’s “best practices” – six Common Disciplines drawn from the six Traditions of Christianity explored in Richard Foster’s book, Streams of Living Water. (Find earlier … Continue reading

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How We Do Life

This blog is quickly building up to 800 posts!  Here is a post on sacramental living from May 16, 2015 that never gets old . ♦   ♦   ♦   ♦   ♦ “How you do this moment is probably who you are.” … Continue reading

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Sacramental Living

LIVING AS APPRENTICES Did you hear the birds this morning- really hear the call and response, the poetry of the chirping?  Did you taste the salt and peppery flavor and relish the warmth of your scrambled eggs?  Were you shocked … Continue reading

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Living Every Moment

Back-to-back stories this morning on NPR about the play Our Town and about Pete Seeger brought me to tears – and reminded me of a vital practice in the “with-God” life:  sacramental living.  Our Town, the iconic play by Thornton Wilder, is about the Webb family, an ordinary family living … Continue reading

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