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2019 January/February

Break Free! Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber on Dumping Shame

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Poetry: the door

the door no bother to searchfor the entrancenor the exitthe adventureis not in tryingit’s simply allowingopeningsclosingsandall the spacein between —Melissa Joseph…
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Columns

Inner + Outer Worlds

The fires in her heart kept her warm

What Are You in Service To?

When I think about service, I think about my first teacher, Arvis Joen Justi. In my 20s, I became interested in Zen Buddhism through a book I read by Alan Watts. I cannot remember which one it was, but at the time, in the early 1980s, Watts was a popular writer and one of the first people to bring Eastern spiritual teachings to the West.

Tags: inner life Zen Buddhism Ram Dass

Features

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Becoming Shameless

A decade ago, Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber launched the wildly successful House for All Sinners and Saints to have a church where she “didn’t have to ‘nicen’ myself up.” Now, she’s given that church up to make sex safe from religion.

Tags: Religion Self Awareness

Rewiring My Brain

“So, what are you doing now?” my well-meaning friends would ask after I had quit my job with no apparent employment or other occupation in sight. The only honest answer I could give was to say, “I’m rewiring my brain.”

Tags: Outdoors Church Priest Life Change

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no wallflower

Artists: January/February 2019

Amanda BlakeTheir dreams and memories formed the waves that would guide them (page 21), The fires in her heart kept her warm (25)oil on canvasthisisalliknow.com Apak Studio B…

Retreat Guide

Reviews

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Music Review: Dionysus

Like all of Dead Can Dance’s albums, this Australian world beat/neoclassical group’s latest offering is an epic and ethereal work, informed by the music and lore of many cultures a…
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Music Review: Holler

Amy Ray’s sixth solo album, Holler, explores a range of topics like addiction, immigration, despair, and racism. The lyrics are inspired by Ray’s own spiritual and social sensibili…
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