“When I first heard the term, “social distancing,” I was struck by how uncomfortable it made me feel. It challenges just about everything I am convinced of theologically and practically about the nature and well-being of the human person; that we are created for spiritual community.”
Read the complete article on community as a spiritual practice by Angela Reed, Associate Professor of Practical Theology and Director of Spiritual Formation at Baylor University’s Truett Seminary.
A lesson from Dallas to the Renovaré Institute in Denver, a cohort of 40 students, mostly in ministry positions. He rehearses many of the themes from his speaking ministry elsewhere, but with more time available, he is able to be more comprehensive than usual.