Greetings, ELCA Coaches.
We are grateful to be part of a ministry, with each of you, that empowers individuals and communities, and we pray these bi-monthly updates provide encouragement on the journey. We have more surprises in store for you! Curious what they are? Our next video update is now live: https://youtu.be/
Links and Resources to go with this video update:
Feelings are passing by, Sarah Deats. “In Irish when you talk about an emotion, you don’t say, ‘I am sad.’ You’d say, ‘Sadness is on me – Ta’ Bron Orm.’ I love that because there’s an implication of not identifying yourself with the emotion fully. I am not sad, it’s just that sadness is on me for a while. Something else will be on me another time, and that’s a good thing to recognize.” - P. O. Tuama
Adrift, Mark Nepo. “One of the great transforming passages in my life was having cancer in my mid-thirties. This experience unraveled the way I see the world and made me a student of all spiritual paths. With a steadfast belief in our aliveness, I hope what's in this book will help you meet the transformation that waits in however you're being forged. The following piece is an excerpt from the book.”
An Actor, a Helmsman, and My Brian: Boldly Going Where No Widow Has Gone Before. Melissa Navia, who plays Lt. Erica Ortegas on Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, on returning for season two after a devastating, unthinkable loss.
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