Deacon Marsha Roscoe invites us to consider Christ-minded intention setting as guiding principles for how we want to be, live, and show up in the world.
As a result of her time in Costa Rica, Christian minimalist, author, blogger, and Lost Resort reality TV show cast member Pastor Becca Ehrlich reflects on her self-discovery experiences and post-retreat healing.
Focusing on forgiveness, one of the most difficult teachings in the New Testament, Marsha shares how forgiveness touches the rawest part of our lives and is where we need Jesus the most.
Marsha shares how the Breathing in Christ wholeness journey set to launch in October, 2020, is a 12-month transformational experience empowered by God’s divine design. Guiding communities in discovering the deepest calling that transforms God’s potential, together we learn, practice, grow and become God’s truest nature in our lives. Learn more about this experience at https://breathinginchrist.com/wholeness/.
Christian minimalist, author, blogger, and Lost Resort reality TV show cast member Pastor Becca Ehrlich pauses mid-season to share how chronic illness, the death of her son, and her faith led her to Costa Rica on a journey of self-discovery. Photo Credit: FELICIA GRAHAM/TBS
Inspired by Roger Joslin’s book, Running the Spiritual Path (2004), Marsha shares the surprising gifts in running as a spiritual discipline, including finding God as the pacer in our lives.
In this podcast, Marsha explores the relationship between God as creator and us as creation.
Marsha Roscoe wrestles with the deep lamenting and despair of the injustices all around and invites us to consider what God is doing in these moments and how we are called to respond. In this podcast, she also announces the July Breathing in Christ book study is Austin Channing Brown’s I’m Still Here.
Pastor Matthew Best, serving St. Stephen New Kingstown, shares how his walk with Jesus embodies all four of the spiritual types: earth, water, air and fire.
Lutheran Pastor Elaine Dent and Lutheran leader Jennifer Lau explore their faith practices through the lens of the air spiritual type.