#introduction I'm Shawn and I'm excited to be here. I'm new to the Liturgist and I'm part of the Liturgist Community on Facebook.
I'm married with two children and grew up in the evangelical church. I've never felt good about what was taught. So, I guess I'm in the process of deconstructing.
I broke my back a year ago in a tragic accident. It really sucks but at least I'm not paralyzed and it brought me on the path that I'm on now. #everythingbelongs
Prayer for Rachel Held Evans
For those who love and/or have been touched by the work of Rachel Held Evans please join in prayer at 1 pm EST with the hashtag #PrayForRHE on Twitter (if you have it).
She announced days ago that she was in the hospital and is still in. Hospital stays suck and it's never good when it goes on this long.
Check out @sarahbessey’s Tweets for more information:
My pastor just said "and they heard the whisperers.". Made me LOL in my head because my first thought was, is he referencing The Walking Dead on palm Sunday? Then I realized that I'm not really paying attention.
I'm not trying to be smug. Just thought it was funny but TWD's season is over and I can't wait for GoT tonight.
John Crist on the Enneagram
Check out @johnbcrist’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/johnbcrist/status/1112784794285477888?s=09
Richard Rohr & The Flow
Show and receive love and kindness with everyone? Rely on the help of others and help others as you have the opportunity to help. Pay it forward without condition on who can receive.
We do not owe an obligation to any individual because in one way or another kindness should be returned to those who extend kindness. Kinda like "the circle dance."
Just a thought.
Richard Rohr & The Flow
Anyone watch The Kindness Diaries on Netflix? I've only caught a portion of the first episode but it resonated something in me.
The concept is a man who is traveling the world funded by the kindness of random strangers and he'll pass on each kind act to another.
As I watched I asked myself, is this the flow? The inclusive flow?
The Universal Christ Chapter 1
I'm a slow reader when it comes to actually reading books (I love audio books). I loved this on page 22. There's so much more I loved in chapter 1 but this speaks so much of the Trinity that I hear Rohr talking about.
"love is always hopeful and faithful, hope is always loving and faithful, and faith is always loving and hopeful."
@mike I need to state that I genuinely enjoyed the Buddhist series. I don't see part 3 in the Patreon podcast feed. Should I look elsewhere? I'm on Pocketcast for Android.
@JennyBee praying for you and everyone involved in the UMC General Conference today. Thank you for your updates.
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