In a fast-paced world filled with stress, anxiety, and a constant rush, finding balance and meaning can often feel like an impossible challenge. Explore the sacred connection between our Genesis and the divine design of circadian rhythms on 'Living in Holy Rhythm.'
According to an American Psychological Association’s Stress in AmericaTM online survey, 27 percent of Americans are so stressed they cannot function. In Luke’s Gospel, Jesus invites his disciples not to worry, for life is more than food, and the body more than clothing. He reminds us that “where our treasure is, our heart will be also.” As a worrying, stressed-out culture, Jesus offers an alternate path. This podcast explores how small changes that fix our hearts on what matters most can lead to transformative change.
In this interview, Rev. Lisa Barnes shares her new-found passion for cooking, the kitchen, and the table as places of encountering Jesus.
One body - this is all we get. We live well when we take responsibility for choices, behaviors, and lifestyle that lead toward optimal health and wellbeing. In this Podcast, Deacon Marsha Roscoe explores ways to actively contribute to our wellness and invites us to pay attention to what our bodies need most.
At its essence, mindfulness is the ability to be fully present - aware of where you are and what you are doing - without judgment. We possess the basic ability to live mindfully. In this podcast, Deacon Marsha Roscoe shares why mindfulness is important and a focus in 2023.
In this Breathing in Christ podcast, Deacon Marsha Roscoe interviews the Rev. Dr. Gary Neal Hansen, author of Kneeling with Giants, to explore how Christian theology, spirituality, and community are food for our faith journey.
The winter months can be long and hard for many. In this episode, Deacon Marsha Roscoe shares personal insights that might help others navigate the SAD season.
Are you tired? Worn out? At the end of your rope? Jesus’ invitation to replace weariness and exhaustion with rest for our souls is only a breath away. Keeping our eyes on the sacred - the holy - is a spiritual practice. What dry bones in your life need a breath of fresh air, a burst of new life from the Spirit?
Jamie Kopinetz has served the community as a police officer for more than 20 years. In this vulnerable interview, learn how his relationship with God shapes the way he loves and leads.
God’s promises and actions are often far greater than anything we might desire. Reflecting on the Walk to Emmaus, Deacon Marsha Roscoe invites us to notice how, through the ongoing gift of the resurrection, God sends the Jesus we need, more than the Jesus we want.