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.
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.
Charlie Roberts, Lower Susquehanna Synod Director of Faith Formation and Youth Ministry, shares how his personal and communal rhythms embody the fire and water spirituality types, especially during this season. For those desiring to support mission and ministry in Lower Susquehanna Synod, donations can be made online at lss-elca.org
In this third and final Practicing Forward podcast episode, Host Marsha Roscoe interviews Rev. Gina Campbell about the deep connection between play and our imagination at work and how the relationship between play and anxiety affect our thinking.
Liminal space provides an opportunity for God to do something new. How we transition during this time is the difference between stress and growing in Christ. When we employ basic spiritual self-care rhythms, we invite our whole selves to live into God’s grace with freedom and ease.
Our lives depend on breathing; yet, many of us we were never taught how to breathe properly. In this brief Podcast, Marsha shares how to actively engage in breathing that positively influences our bodies.
This simple practice which can be experienced outside or indoors uses Psalm 1:3 as a noticing breath prayer to deepen our roots in Christ.
We are what we love; and we just may not love what we think. To love like Jesus loves calls us to examine our behaviors and beliefs because what we believe shapes our practices and rhythms of life. Breathing in Christ helps you examine what you love and how you live.