John 3:1-17 for Sunday, March 2017

Waiting for the Wind

Artwork: Waiting for the Wind by Jan Richardson*
(janrichardsonimages.com)

Music: The Time Has Come by Stephen Iverson*
http://www.audiblefaith.com/pages/cd000204

*used with permission

 

 

 

Published by Todd Spencer

I am a spiritual director for adults, a minister of spiritual formation, a husband and father. I live in the beautiful town of Colorado Springs, Colorado.

5 thoughts on “John 3:1-17 for Sunday, March 2017

  1. Todd, I (along with the Contemplative Prayer group in our church) are grateful for the “cleared space” you provide for us to be in touch with the inner authority of the Spirit. I hope that this ministry of yours continues to be important to you.

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    1. Hi Raymond,
      Very good to hear from you! Might your Contemplative Prayer group be listening to the podcast together sometimes? Every so often I hear from folks that they are using it in groups. I’m also curious to hear more about the life of that group. What is the flow of your gathering? What other resources have you found nourishing? What kind of space do you meet in? I will soon be experimenting some more in groups here in my congregation and always open to input. Thanks for staying connected, Raymond!
      Deep Peace Always,
      Todd

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      1. Hi, Todd.Our Contemplative Prayer group meets together two evenings a month. Typically about 6-7 people attend. There was already a Centering Prayer meeting established when I arrived, which I expanded to include the practice of Lectio Divina. We meet in our church parlor for an hour. We begin with listening to your podcast. Then we take some time for an opportunity for individuals to share any words, phrases or images that they were drawn to, and perhaps some reflection on what The Spirit may have been saying through the attraction to those words or images. We then close with 20 minutes of Centering Prayer. The flow of your podcasts, really fits well with the flow of our meetings.
        Ray

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