Life Lectio: Reading your life, listening for God
Tuesday, June 4, 2019 9:30 AM
In Lectio Divina we read a bit of scripture slowly and prayerfully to hear what God may be saying to us in that passage. Life Lectio is doing the same thing with a bit of our life, since God speaks to us in our own lives just as much as in the lives of Jesus or Sarah. We'll share a way to create a “text” of our experience to “read,” whether a recent event, a significant experience, or a pattern over time. Then we'll explore a way to read and contemplate that “text” and listen for God's word for us.
About the leader(s)
Steve Garnaas-Holmes is a poet, songwriter and pastor of St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church in Acton, MA. He writes daily reflections at unfoldinglight.net. From 1973 to 2012 he wrote and performed with the Montana Logging and Ballet Company, a quartet that performed music and comedy around the country and occasionally on NPR’s Weekend Edition.
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