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The Sun and the Salutation

Where I’m from, it’s not unheard of to live for weeks without a glimpse of sun. Despite cloudless days, life feels like that lately—God feels like that lately. I know she must be there, but too many dreary days have passed since I’ve experienced warmth on my skin, since I’ve seen a ray of sunhope to spark serotonin certainty in my cerebrum. In desperation, I purchase a copy of the Book of Common Prayer. The first few days I read from it regularly—morning, midday, evening.... Read More

Dancing Prayers: An Interview with Richard Twiss

Richard Twiss, author of Rescuing Theology from the Cowboys and One Church, Many Tribes: Following Jesus the Way God Made You, is an international educator and bridge builder, especially among Native American and indigenous peoples. At this fall’s Wild Goose Festival, Kate Rae Davis joined Twiss outside his teepee to discuss the development of his prayer life, dance prayer on behalf of community, how prayer works in dialogue with God, and praying to Jesus as the Prince of Peace.   The... Read More