Very little separates us in this life from seeing the presence of the divine all around and in everything.
A one-lane road in the Scottish countryside provides an apt metaphor for how we have to accommodate one another on the journey of life.
As Chris packs up all his earthly belongings, he is reminded that foster youth do not have the same opportunity to make deliberate transitions.
Rituals can take any number of shapes or forms.
Even the simplest meal can become a sacred experience.
How do we get out of the way to make room for relationships to unfold in due time?
The practice of creating a self-portrait inspires Chris to reflect that we are all works in progress.
People have a fundamental need to share our stories in community, and the unique ability to affirm others by being willing to listen.
Sometimes it feels as though our work with our youth or the foster system is similar to climbing a mountain.