Episode 46: Inviting the Real, with Esther Lightcap Meek, author of A Little Manual for Knowing

In her book, A Little Manual for Knowing, Esther Lightcap Meek says that in order to truly know something, we must welcome “the yet-to-be-known with respect, humility, patience, and attentiveness.”  In fact, radical attentiveness, says Meek, is essential to true knowing. In this episode of Spiritual Life and Leadership, Esther Lightcap Meek, unpacks what she … More Episode 46: Inviting the Real, with Esther Lightcap Meek, author of A Little Manual for Knowing

Episode 44: Spiritual Formation and Lectio Divina, with Eric Nevins

Reading a chapter of the Bible each day is a great place to start when it comes to our spiritual formation, when it comes to growing in our faith. But if we want to keep growing in our faith we have to go deeper. That’s where lectio divina comes in. Lectio divina is a way … More Episode 44: Spiritual Formation and Lectio Divina, with Eric Nevins

Episode 40: Preaching, Worship, and Justice, with Jennifer Ackerman

Jennifer Ackerman, Director of the Lloyd John Ogilvie Institute of Preaching and the Director of the Ogilvie Instutute’s Micah Groups tells us all about Micah Groups in the interview.  What are Micah Groups?  Micah Groups are a way for spiritual leaders to grow in the integration of preaching, worship, and justice in their ministries.   … More Episode 40: Preaching, Worship, and Justice, with Jennifer Ackerman

Episode 37: Journaling for People Who Hate to Journal, with Tracy Winchell

Journaling.  Ugh…  Some people love it.  Some people hate it.  Some people feel like they should be doing it because they’ve been told it will help them grow in their faith.  But writing about their thoughts and feelings in a diary just doesn’t work for them. Well, along comes Tracy Winchell to give all of … More Episode 37: Journaling for People Who Hate to Journal, with Tracy Winchell