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Lent: Highlighting Forgiveness & Redemption for All; Even “Dutch” Schultz

We are now into the third week of Lent and the road to redemption has been halfway traveled. Throughout the world Catechumens have almost reached their goal of full inclusion into the Catholic Church, which takes place during the Easter … Continue reading

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Same Old, Same Old

Even if you are not an avid theater fan, I bet you know this line:  “Tradition, tra-di-tion!”  Right, Fiddler on the Roof.  This great musical is basically a story of ethnicity and the patriarch’s struggle to keep the practices of … Continue reading

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The Twelve Steps of being a Spiritual Writer

Step Two – “Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore our writing to sanity” Now that we have taken a good look at giving our writing to God, let’s take a good look at ourselves. Can … Continue reading

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The Twelve Steps of being a Spiritual Writer

Step Two – “Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore our writing to sanity”   How do you remain spiritually sane? There are many methods that will keep you grounded, solid and living in truth. The … Continue reading

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The Twelve Steps of being a Spiritual Writer

Step Two – “Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore our writing to sanity.” What is sanity? My definition of sanity has always been in the form of a negative. In other words being sane meant … Continue reading

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The Twelve Steps to being a Spiritual Writer

Step Two – “Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore our writing to sanity.” Do you believe in God? Do you really believe in God? You may bristle about the question, but there are so many … Continue reading

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The Twelve Steps to being a Spiritual Writer

Step One – We admitted that we are powerless over our human desire for fame, wealth, and power – that our writing life had become unmanageable. Now that we have been truthful with ourselves about the dreams and longings that … Continue reading

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The Twelve Steps to being a Spiritual Writer – Step One

Step One – We admitted that we are powerless over our human desire for fame, wealth, and power – that our writing life had become unmanageable. For the last two weeks we have been looking at step one of the … Continue reading

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Fools, Liars, Cheaters, and Other Bible Heroes, by Barbara Hosbach

  Barbara Hosbach invites the reader to come away to a place of quiet refreshment in the company of often overlooked biblical heroes. Taken as a whole, Fools, Liars, Cheaters, and Other Bible Heroes, outlines a self-directed retreat or a … Continue reading

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Nancy Ward’s new website, JoyAlive seeks to create a spiritual network

CWG member Nancy Ward believes in the Joy of the Lord. She sees it as a source of personal inspiration and motivation to be sure but more than that, as a vital, tangible force. This force, experienced in the ebb … Continue reading

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