Introduction A new version of the Passion narrative has long been a project close to my heart, and I was delighted when my friend Ray Adams asked me to take it on.
1 Contemplative Practice and the Education of the Whole Person by Deborah J. Haynes On the surface, this column may be read as a series of musings about a conference I attended recently on contemplative education at Columbia University. i But my intention extends beyond simple reportage: it ...
IN OTHER WORDS, THE WAY TO CHRIST LEADS THROUGH THE COUAGEOUS AND SUBTLE CONTEMPLATIVE EXPLORATION OF OUR OWN INNERMOST TERRAIN, and the book will call us to do this and show us how. 3.
Welcome to Burning Bush, the occasional newsletter of Contemplative Fire. This issue has contributions from Companions sharing news and stories of ways in which our Rhythm of Life
The Newsletter of Contemplative Fire Issue 7 Summer/Autumn 2007 HEAVEN IN ORDINARY Contemplative Fire returns to the radical Christian arts festival Greenbelt at Cheltenham this year with a programme of workshops and worship that reflects its own 'happening spirit' as a community of Christ at ...
Meeting on Contemplative Pedagogy in the Disciplines: Philosophy, Religious Studies, Psychology Contemplative Pedagogy in the Disciplines:
Active Engagement: The Practice of Mindful Leadership A training process for cultivating the collective wisdom of organizations Led by Steven Wirth of The Centre for Contemplative Dialogue September 12 th - 15th, 2011 Edmonton, Alberta Location: Varscona Hotel, 8208 - 106 Street Thomas Bennett ...
THE MEANING OF THE CONTEMPLATIVE LIFE ACCORDING TO THOMAS MERTON Fr. James Conner, OCSO Abbey of Gethsemani 3642 Monks Road Trappist, KY 40051-6102 This title for this paper might seem rather pretentious.
Contemplative Outreach . Vision Statement . ontemplative Outreach is a spiritual network of individuals and small faith communities committed to living the contemplative dimension
2 Contemplative Prayer and the Evangelical Church T here is a practice that is becoming more and more popular within the evangelical church. It is called contemplative prayer or centering prayer.