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Abundant Life – Currently Available for All

spring summer 2015 cover“I have come that they may have life, and have it abundantly,” said the Christ (John 10:10). “All those other things – that big bank account, that prestige you seek, that power you hope to gain – those are all thieves and robbers,” he said. “Only I can give you abundant life.”

The Spring/Summer 2015 issue of Reflections magazine explores “abundant life” and invites you to do the same. Printed issues should be in homes soon; the online issue is now available by clicking this link or clicking on “Abundant Life” in the topics menu on the right.

In this issue you will find
articles from wonderful writers,
questions for your further reflection with each article,
resources for small-group study,
and an interview with Patsy Sasek, the artist who created the cover for this issue.

If you do not receive a printed copy of Reflections magazine and want to, or if you do receive a printed copy and would prefer to read it only online, please send a note to
marjorie.george@dwtx.org.

We welcome your feedback.

Other Spiritual Formation Sites

For your 2012 Spiritual Formation

The work of spiritual formation is often a combination of hearing God through others’ voices and taking what is heard inward.  These spiritual formation sites offer meditations, online classes, retreats, and other practices in an online community.  These are only a sample of spiritual formation websites; we hope you will share with us sites that you know of.

Abbey of the Arts: Explore contemplative spirituality, an ancient tradition that embraces practices and rhythms that invite one into a deeper way of life, drawing on the Celtic, Benedictine, and desert traditions. Programs include: Being A Monk in the World, Selecting a Guiding Word for the Year, Online retreats and classes.www.abbeyofthearts.com

Sacred life-arts: Join an online community for women’s spirituality. Visit the online sanctuary, classroom, and resource center that are devoted to bringing creative inspiration and spiritual illumination to women. The online community explores, expresses and imagines new spiritual practices and creative wisdom for inspired living. Programs include online classes, independent studies, spiritual direction, and other resources.  www.sacredlifearts.com.

Lumunos: Explore your own call and how you can live your everyday life in response to God’s vision for you and the world around you. Lumunos believes that the more people seek to listen for God’s call, the better the world becomes. Lumunos is a continuation of Faith at Work, founded in 1927 by the Rev. Sam Shoemaker of Calvary (Episcopal) Church in New York. http://www.lumunos.org

Sticky Jesus: join the digital world of online spiritual formation. Sticky Jesus is committed to providing inspiration, tools and resources that demystify social media and enable believers to connect, influence, and live their faith—in real time—online. http://stickyjesus.com/

Explorefaith: Read excellent articles and other resources at this site that is diversified but modeled upon the Episcopal Church approach to Christianity (open, experiential, ecumenical, emphasizing grace, forgiveness, and God’s love), with a concurrent belief that through Jesus Christ we can experience the heart of God. www.explorefaith.org.

Center for Action and Contemplation:   Founded by Fr. Richard Rohr, Center for Action and Contemplation is a site for experiential education that combines action and contemplation.  Rooted in the Gospels, CAC encourages the transformation of human consciousness through contemplation and by equipping people to be instruments of peaceful change in the world. http://www.cacradicalgrace.org

Marjorie George, editor, ReflectionsOnline

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