Ben and Matt reflect on the connections that neuroscientists are making between depression, anxiety, and our sense of connection with each other.
Ben and Matt reflect on the new economic realities that COVID-19 may foist upon us, and how we can respond faithfully as the Body of Christ, standing in solidarity with each other as members of one another.
Ben and Matt talk about some of the other online gatherings we are experimenting with this week to stay connected to each other.
Ben and Matt reflect a bit on the practice of “spiritual communion” and talk about when we will be offering Eucharist this week. Here’s the schedule: Tuesday March 24 at 12pm EDT Wednesday March 25 at 12pm EDT Thursday March 26 at 12pm EDT Friday…
Ben and Matt reflect on four aspects of the early church that seem to be present at The Table, which gives hope for our ability to weather the current crisis.
Ben and Matt reflect on comments from a Greek Orthodox bishop on the role of emotions in prayer.
In times of crisis we often reach for the phrase “God is in control” to bring comfort and hope. But this is theologically and pastorally problematic. Ben and Matt reflect on why saying “God is love” is a better alternative.
Ben and Matt reflect on how it has been difficult to pray because of the barrage of news lately, and pray a litany for those flooded by too much information.
A few thoughts on staying connected socially while we practice distance physically. Plus a prayer that we would have the spirit of prayer.