The Psychodynamics of Relationships             with Dr. James Hollis
Feb. 21, 2022

Dr. Hollis discusses what goes on in our subconscious as we engage with others

Tony De Mello: Happiness Now!
with L. J. Milone
Jan. 24, 2022

Part 1 of L. J. Milone's 3 part series - Tony De Mello: Happiness Now!

Part 2 of L. J. Milone's 3 part series on Tony De Mello.

The 3rd and final part

of L. J. Milone's 3 part series on Tony De Mello.

Jesus, a Spiritual Director
with Steve Garnaas-Holmes
Nov. 17, 2021

Steve Garnaas-Holmes leads us in exploring how to not just believe in Jesus but to interact with him, as one whose spirit works in harmony with ours. This could lead us to discover how Jesus can be our spiritual director.

Rollheiser's 4 Essentials
with Bishop Porter Taylor
Oct. 11, 2021

Ron Rolheiser asserts that there are four nonnegotiable essentials of the Christian life: Private Prayer, Social Justice, Community and a Tender Heart. Bishop Taylor explores what these look like and why they are essential both for our individual journey and for our corporate identity. How might we be agents of unity in these times?

Falling in Love with God
with Bishop Porter Taylor

Oct. 4, 2021

Bishop Taylor explores how to recapture our connection with Christ as a love affair with the living God. When that happens, we remember who we are---God’s beloved children—and we become equipped to live out our baptismal promise: “Do you put your whole trust in Christ’s grace and love?” Then we are able wholeheartedly to be sent out to “Go in peace to love and serve the Lord".

Walking in the Way
with Bishop Porter Taylor

Sept. 15, 2021

Bishop Taylor focuses on the bookends of the spiritual life: receiving and transmitting God’s love. It’s easy for us to focus on one and ignore the other. Every chapter in walking the Way involves some kind of sacrifice. He explores the dynamic wheel of surrendering, receiving, transmitting as the DNA of the Spiritual Life.

Evelyn Underhill: What Is Mysticism?
with Bishop Porter Taylor

May 16, 2022

Bishop Porter Taylor seeks to define mysticism in a way that invites us as Christians to embrace it and to be transformed by it.