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Bullied into Belonging

This week has felt like its own Good Friday. By that I mean that through my own experience as well as through stories I’ve read and conversations I’ve had, it seems as though the faith that many of us hold... Continue Reading →

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words: Lisa design: Sarah

“The mystery of one man is too immense and too profound to be explained by another man.” ― Henri J.M. Nouwen,

TWS Conversations (3) – Gordon, who we met on the Omega Course: rethinking what Jesus meant about loving yourself

Be careful… (what you pray for)

If he could see me now, I think my Dad might be somewhat pleased. He’d certainly be surprised, as long as he could actually cope with the cognitive dissonance... Dad was a long time Methodist local preacher, and as a... Continue Reading →

Post-Easter Poetry

We have weathered Holy Week and Easter Sunday, which is not the easiest for some of us journeying men and women.  Personally, this week is also the end of the semester when I get to give and grades final tests,... Continue Reading →

How I Discovered A Transcendent Spirituality

When people ask you about your beliefs, many people would find it pretty easy. “I’m a Christian” “I’m a Muslim” “I’m a Hindu” or maybe, as someone who follows Jesus, it’s simply where you are on the scale of belief... Continue Reading →

Some of us in the Way Station wanted to collaborate on a work of art for Easter. Thank you to Cathy, Julie, and Christiane who also brought it all together - Switzerland, USA and Germany.

The beginning of love is to let those we love be perfectly themselves, and not to twist them to fit our own image. Otherwise we love only the reflection of ourselves we find in them. - Thomas Merton

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