Mark 1:9-15 for Sunday, February 18, 2018

          Photo: Laughing Dove, common to Israel By Charlesjsharp from Sharp Photography, sharpphotography, as found on Wikipedia; Song: Hallelujah by Trinity Music and Marty Reardon* ( *used with permission

Will you give a gift?

Hello Lectio Divina Friends, Are you thankful for the Lectio Divina Podcast? Do you or your small group enjoy having access to the hundreds of archived episodes available for times of guided meditation and prayer? Would you be interested in seeing me expand my offerings and create spiritual retreats for you to download and takeContinue reading “Will you give a gift?”

Fixed…John 15:26-16:15 for Sunday, May 22, 2016

Friends, I apologize for the earlier technical difficulty with this week’s podcast! You should be able to access the audio now. Thank you, Karen Crutchfield, for bringing the problem to my attention. Deepest Peace, Todd Icon: This is a version of The Holy Trinity icon written by Andrei Rublev of the 15th Century. This particular version hangsContinue reading “Fixed…John 15:26-16:15 for Sunday, May 22, 2016”

John 10:22-30 for Sunday, April 17, 2016

Image: Circle Journaling. This is my visual for the exercise I describe at the conclusion of the podcast. Placing the word, phrase, image that was given to you as you listened to the text being read in in a circle/shape in the middle of the page, draw lines outwardly from there to other circles where you areContinue reading “John 10:22-30 for Sunday, April 17, 2016”

John 21:1-19 for Sunday, April 10, 2016

Photo: That’s the little Cuthbert’s Isle, just off the shore of Lindisfarne Island, England. One September night, a few years ago, when I meant to spend just a few hours of the night in prayer on Cuthbert’s Isle, I accidentally got stranded the entire night due to a very high and fast rising tide. During the night,Continue reading “John 21:1-19 for Sunday, April 10, 2016”

Luke 13:31-35 for Sunday, February 21, 2016

            Music: I Will Arise sung by Martha Bassett* ( Photo: Mosaic at the foot of the altar in Dominus Flavit chapel built on the traditional site where Jesus stopped and wept over the city of Jerusalem (as found at *used with permission    

Back soon! 

Hey Friends! I’m up at John Wesley Ranch (Divide, CO) working on trails and doing fire midigation with a team of wonderful teenagers this week.  I’ll return soon. Meanwhile, there are 150 episodes in the archives available for your pleasure. Try using the search field on the upper right.  Deepest Peace, Todd