225 – Perspective – Intention on the Spiritual Journey

Have you found some time over the last few weeks to “prepare” for Thanksgiving Day this year?  You know I don’t mean making your menu and buying the “fixings” for the big day, don’t you? Those things are important but … Continue reading

210 – Sacred/Secular – Intention on the Spiritual Journey

I have the feeling that C. S. Lewis won’t let me go.  I find Lewis speaking to me again this week.  What do you think? Does Lewis have something important to tell us? ” . . . substituted religion for God … Continue reading

134 – Seeing – Intention on the Spiritual Journey

What do you see right now?  At home, at work, in the car, in the shopping center, at the gym, walking, running, at the park, What do you see? One of the themes in Scripture that keeps bothering me is the reoccurring note … Continue reading

96 – Thin Places – Intention on the Spiritual Journey

It wasn’t too many years ago I heard the expression “thin places” for the first time and knew I was “suppose to “ know what it meant and appreciate its importance.  Unfortunately, I neither knew what it meant nor did … Continue reading

94 – Lent & Easter – Intention on the Spiritual Journey

Many weeks ago ( #21, #22, and #23 ) I mentioned what Dallas Willard calls the spiritual disciples of abstinence and engagement.  He sees both as necessary for the Christian life and likens it to “outbreathing” and “inbreathing.”  I wonder … Continue reading

5 – Worship – Intention on the Spiritual Journey

“Expressing in words, music, rituals, and silent adoration the greatness, beauty, and goodness of God, by means of which we enter the supranatural reality of the shekinah, or glory, of God.” “Worship the Lord in holy splendor; tremble before him, … Continue reading