A week in the woods is good for my soul. I look forward to my annual May camping trip and this year did not disappoint.
This year had an extra interesting wrinkle. The Sunday before I left on the trip, I gave a short homily about email entitled, “too much of a good thing”. (It was the topic in our book series Sacred Everyday based Liturgy of the Ordinary).
I also did something for the first time ever: I set an automated away-message for email.
It was surprisingly liberating!
So now I am back in the office, catching up on emails, and I am having a blast reading the posts I missed from our writing team. I wanted to share them with you as an encouragement and a challenge.
Bryan tells us that we don’t need to read every email (his professional opinion)
Katie wants us to practice presence with her favorite saint and mystic—Brother Lawrence
Dori addresses the need for HELP! in midst of chaos and order
Charlie gets deep about finding the divine in the descent into nihilism
Sara meditates on the ‘therefor, go’ – ness of it all (just read it – trust me)
I hope that they help and inspire you as much as they did me. I love doing church as team!
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