In part 2 of this series, I outlined a good starting place for developing joy capacity – engaging with appreciation and gratitude. Noticing what we appreciate trains our brain to focus on good things and brings people together, both calming
Joy (and its cognates) are mentioned 476 times in scripture – more than eternal life! But what do we actually know about joy and how do we become ‘joy-full’? Are we able to choose to have more joy?
Spiritual Disciplines in Practice: the struggles and benefits of making Christian practices a regular part of our lives
If you attend a program run by the Centre for Christian Formation, it is likely that at some point you will be invited to incorporate into your daily rhythm one Christian practice or another. That practice might be something you
In this third part of the series about spiritual companionship, we take a look at loneliness as an example of a common experience that might motivate us to seek out the support of a spiritual companion. While uncomfortable and difficult,