Limina : living with change & transition

As we go through a transition, we stand on the threshold between who we were and who we we are becoming. We are in a liminal time – the bridge between letting go of the past and allowing something new to emerge. We spend a lot of time in the space in-between since our lives are FULL of change - entering adulthood, moving, questioning gender and sexual identity, discerning job or career options, making a commitment to a partner, becoming a parent,  losing a job, getting divorced, retiring, living with illness, caregiving, grieving the death of a loved one, shifting addictive or co-dependent behaviors, and many more. Limina is a sacred space of reflections on Scripture, conversations, and gentle suggestions to support you on the bridge of between-times.

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Following your inner fire

Wednesday Jul 05, 2023

Wednesday Jul 05, 2023

Sometimes we can worry about finding the "right" path for our lives. This podcast invites you to consider that there are many paths to love, healing, and wholeness - no need to worry about missing "THE ONE!" The guidance you seek comes from the internal, divine spark of fire in each of us.

Saturday Mar 04, 2023

In this devotion at the Habitat for Humanity worksite, I reflected on how we respond to those events in our lives that turn things upside down. I hope you'll listen through to the end, when we were blessed by Carina who shares her story of becoming a homeowner. Please excuse the lower quality of her story as she was standing across the room from my microphone.

Monday Feb 06, 2023

This meditation was offered at a memorial service following the sudden death of a 15-year old boy in our community. He was deeply loved in his family, school, sailing program, swim team, and music studio. His death leaves a gigantic hole in the lives of many people, and hundreds of family and friends gathered to honor Erik and grieve together. Please don't hesitate to reach out through our website if you need help carrying your grief. Abundant blessings to you.

Monday Jan 02, 2023

One of my favorite things to do is to hang out on Habitat work sites. In my mind and heart, no other charitable organization does more to shift generational cycles of home-fragility and limited financial resources - all the while empowering the homeowners and affirming their inherent dignity. Since I have zero skills with tangible things other than fiber, they invite me to talk.... so I offer the morning devotion during snack. Habitat is a Christian organization, but people of all faiths and no faith are more than welcome to work on the sites to make real the dream of home ownership. Our site manager and volunteer coordinator, Barry and Iris Clickstein, hear of lot of devotions so I prepared this one for them.

Thursday Dec 01, 2022

On All Saints' Day, join me as I reflect on the saints in our lives who see us with the eyes of their hearts, and call us to do the same with everyone we meet.

Tuesday Nov 01, 2022

Reflecting on insights from Geraldine Brooks' new novel Horse, the gospel story of the persistent widow, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr (thanks to Francisco Garcia), we explore how God can transform the most difficult times when we persist in prayer and demand a blessing.

Becoming a thanking person

Tuesday Oct 11, 2022

Tuesday Oct 11, 2022

When practicing gratitude, can we shift from being people who say "thanks" to being who live a thanking life? Join me as I reflect on the gospel lesson this weekend and explore the nuances of gratitude. You can also read more here.

Friday Oct 07, 2022

Just as our physical bodies reflect the beauty of the Fibonacci sequence, our spirits can reflect the dignity and unconditional love that many of us experience with animals. Read more about this episode on my blog.

Thursday Sep 29, 2022

Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod helps people build and purchase affordable homes.  I offer devotions at the worksite, and this devotion on how community and change was given the week after a "Blitz Build." One home, for one family, in one week. STUDENDOUS!

Tuesday Sep 27, 2022

Do patterns of blame and recrimination keep you from seeing the inherent beauty of yourself, other people, and all living things? Join me as I reflect on how we can shift these thought patterns.


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