Susan Bailey looks for healing of her Scrooge-like tendencies this Christmas, and like Scrooge, be made whole.
This week Christine Johnson leads the discussion of Chapters 6 and 7 from “The Friendship Project” by Michele Faehnle and Emily Jaminet.
Lisa Hendey discusses how, inspired by Luke’s gospel teaching on generosity, we might act as families this Lenten season to turn our almsgiving into a yearlong way of life.
Lisa Hendey offers a few practical solutions for learning to live generously in the context of today’s busy family.
Marianna Bartholomew shares a learning experience and urges us not to be greedy monkeys. If we open our fists, God will help us cast material and spiritual goods to others in a nourishing shower, as He wills. The ricochet effect, of course, is that the more we give, the more our lives will be filled with joy.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 8: The Grace of Rebirth from The Grace of Yes: Eight Virtues for Generous Living. Lisa Schmidt considers how rebirth can mean the opportunity to revisit old dreams and desires. Jump in and join the conversation!
This week we’re discussing Chapter 7: The Grace of No from The Grace of Yes: Eight Virtues for Generous Living. Saying no is easier said than done for many of us. This week, though, it’s all about the yes that’s in the no… Jump in and join the conversation!
This week we’re discussing Chapter 6: The Grace of Vulnerability from The Grace of Yes: Eight Virtues for Generous Living. Being vulnerable sure isn’t easy, but it’s about embracing God’s will for our lives. Jump in and join the conversation!