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Kelly Skinner

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Provoke Wholeness

Provoke means to call into action and wholeness is a state of being. Sometimes we need to be lovingly provoked to remember that we are whole—already.

Book Review: Sitting with Spirits

In his book Sitting with Spirits, Doto weaves together a thoughtful historical, religious, and social analysis of how and why to attune to spirits within our world. The joyful manifesto at the end of the book for engaging the roots of our religion and reclaiming access to the entirety of the Christian tradition with all its mystical experiences, ritual, and mystery sums up his perspective nicely. Reading this book will give you much to reflect upon.

Taking a Pause

What if instead of trying to do something more, how about taking a pause and doing less? Simple tips on how to adapt a different mindset for taking a pause, being present to yourself, and connecting with the Divine. You’re invited to pause and be still so you can hear the small quiet voice of your soul.

Do I really need to love my enemies?

Love of enemies—the hardest and most difficult part Jesus’s teachings. Hate tears down our enemies, our world, and our souls, but love builds up. Only love can build a beloved community. Only love can bring shalom.

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Self-Care for Caregivers

Simple strategies for dementia and elderly caregivers that can help you prioritize self-care during the holidays and months ahead.

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