Exploring the image of God in ourselves, our bodies, and our relationships – register here.
What if you could take a day to ground in what’s real:
For 24 hours in February, we’ll spend time together diving into just such wisdom and experience.
While having the tools you need to be healthy might have been simple and straightforward a couple generations ago, it’s not so simple in our modern world. Our processed foods, our screens and devices, our sedentary lifestyles, and the chronic stress levels associated with modern life all make it difficult for us to access the good health that’s innate within us. The journey starts with understanding just a little bit about how your body works and some of the major issues that have interfered with your health in this generation. Innovative board certified family physician Dr. Gus Vickery offers us the knowledge, orientation and actions we need to put health back into our own hands.
Holiness – being ‘set apart’ and held as sacred – has a deep history in our planet’s spiritual traditions. In The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation, Richard Rohr and Mike Morrell explored what it could mean to take God as relationship seriously, and therefore take relationships as Divine seriously. Now, Mike and seasoned Relational Skills facilitator David Bollt guide participants in a deep-dive exploration of seeing each other as living icons of the truly transcendent. Through a series of fun and interactive group exercises, we explore individuality and interdependence, and interplay between the present moment, the stories we bear, and our future-directed fears and hopes. In the process we get to know ourselves better and appreciate others more fully. Through “practicing the presence of people,” we have the opportunity to do nothing less than see God in each other.
Healthy and Holy is already at half capacity. We’d love to be with you – please register here.