Southpoint News March 9, 2017

Southpoint News March 9, 2017

Unfamiliar Territory Someone said to me after church on Sunday, “There can’t be too many churches in Canada using the enneagram for…

Southpoint News March 3, 2017

Southpoint News March 3, 2017

Travelling the Lenten Way Ash Wednesday snuck up on me this year.  Maybe it is because it fell on the same date…

Southpoint News February 24, 2017

Southpoint News February 24, 2017

Attentiveness How often do you stop long enough to really pay attention to what is happening inside of you?  Do you pause…

Southpoint News February 18, 2017

Southpoint News February 18, 2017

“This is what the Lord says: Stand at the crossroads and look. Ask where for the ancient path, where the good way…

Southpoint News February 10, 2017

Southpoint News February 10, 2017

Southpoint News February 10, 2017 Walking along the Way of Rest “This is what the Lord says: Stand at the crossroads and…

Southpoint News February 4, 2017

Southpoint News February 4, 2017

The Practice of Epiphany: Praying with Our Feet Professor Abraham Joshua Heschel, the famous Jewish philosopher, went to Selma, Alabama in 1965…

Southpoint News January 26, 2017

Southpoint News January 26, 2017

The Practice of Epiphany: Becoming the Light “When the song of the angels is stilled, when the star in the sky is…

Southpoint News January 5, 2017

Southpoint News January 5, 2017

“Work is Love Made Visible” I found that phrase scribbled on the edge of an old notebook yesterday: “Work is love made visible.” It…

Southpoint News December 14, 2016

Southpoint News December 14, 2016

The Slander of Delight “Joy sneaks in anyway, abundance cascades forth uninvited.  The great human rights activist and Irish nationalist Roger Casement…

Southpoint News December 6, 2016

Southpoint News December 6, 2016

Southpoint News: Week of December 06, 2016 The Threshold – Are We There Yet? I spent my earliest years in Ohio. In…

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