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How Can I Lament?

The Practice Podcast

Release Date: 02/28/2016

Practice Resources: As I Recall Meditations show art Practice Resources: As I Recall Meditations

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In this episode, we have a conversation with Casey Tygrett. Casey's recent book, As I Recall, examines of the role of memory in our spiritual formation. In addition to the book, Casey has created six guided meditations to help us hold our memories in the presence of Christ for the purpose of our formation. As an incredible gift, Casey has offered the meditations to our community for free using the promo code: PRACTICE TRIBE As I Recall Meditations - https://www.caseytygrett.com/meditations  Use the promo code PRACTICETRIBE to receive the meditations for free. Casey Tygrett...

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In this episode, we have a conversation with Kristen Kludt and Stephanie Jenkins, co-creators of a wonderful retreat-in-a-box resource called Field Guides for the Way.  Field Guides for the Way - https://www.fieldguidesfortheway.com  Use the promo code PRACTICE10 to receive 10% off any orders until July 28, 2019. Kristen Leigh Kludt - http://www.kristenleighkludt.com  A Good Way Through...

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On 6.9.19, Gail Donahue and Joan Kelley helped us listening for God's invitation to a rhythm of retreat this season. Gail offered important, practical guidance for engaging this practice, and Joan guided a practice of discerning how God is personally inviting us into retreat. A link to download the handouts referenced in the podcast can be found here.

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ON 6.2.2019, Ruth Haley Barton guided a night of exploring how God may be inviting us into a rhythm of retreat in this season. 

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On 5.19.19, Casey Tygrett guided us through the important role our memories play in the formation of wisdom. “To be ready for what is to come,” he said, “we are invited by God’s Spirit to learn from where we have already been.” For more on this important topic, check out Casey's recent book As I Recall: Discovering the Place of Memories in Our Spiritual Life.  

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The Beauty of Your Identity in Christ show art The Beauty of Your Identity in Christ

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On 5.5.19, Sibyl Towner joined us to help us explore how we might lay down the false narratives we have adopted from our brokenness and receive the beautiful truth of our identity in Christ.

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On 4.28.19, Chris Heuertz guided us in an examination of why we engage contemplative practices and led us in a lovingkindness contemplation.

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On 4.14.19, Kirsten asked how we might engage God with our whole selves (bodies, hearts, and heads) in the same way children do. https://wp.me/p5LsbB-11M 

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On 3.31.19, Nader Sahyouni guided us in a thoughtful and grace-filled examination of anxiety. How might God be inviting us to respond in prayer to anxious seasons?  For the full recap and prayer prompts visit http://www.practicetribe.com/anxiety/.

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On 3.24.19, Jason Feffer explored how we might listen to God in the midst of our sorrow. How does God redeem our sorrow for the sake of our formation?

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This Sunday, Jenna Perrine invites us into a practical vision for how we can make lament a part of our daily lives, before leading us through a holy workshop in the practice of 9 steps to writing our own lament before God.  Friends, this is where the rubber meets the road. This is where we learn how to put the idea of lament into practice.