Rich Lewis’ Interview with Amos Smith

Rich Lewis interviews Amos Smith to discuss his book’s Tenth Anniversary Edition of Healing the Divide: Recovering Christianity’s Mystic Roots.


The Spirit’s Wind in Your Sails

Surrender is difficult, but Jesus’ final message to his disciples reassures us that we are always under the protection and care of our heavenly Father.  Radical trust is the only way to the promised gift of peace and complete joy.


Walking in the Truth

Christian meditation is a sacred practice involving both thinking about God and being with Him, guided by the Holy Spirit. It’s a precious gift that allows us to renew our minds and align ourselves with God’s will.


Colloquy Podcast: Meditation Changes Your Brain. Here’s How.

Paul Massari interviews Neuroscientist, Richard Davidson, PhD. If you’re one of the 32 percent of US adults who experienced symptoms of anxiety or depression last year, your doctor or mental health care provider may have recommended you learn meditation to help manage your stress. But how exactly does this age-old practice change the brain? Neuroscientist Richard Davidson, PhD ’76, the William James and Vilas Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, discusses his decades of research on meditation—enabled in part by a collaboration with the Dalai Lama—and dispels myths about how it works and when, where, and how it can be done.


The Prayer of Quiet – St. Teresa Of Avila

A selection of key points for prayer and meditation from St Teresa of Avila’s teachings. Excerpts taken from numerous sources, including: “The Way of Perfection”, “Collected Works” and “Interior Castle.” St Teresa of Ávila (March 28, 1515 – October 4, 1582) was a prominent Carmelite nun and Spanish mystic. St Teresa had many mystical experiences she tried to reflect in poems. She took an active role in the Carmelite order and was later canonized a saint by the Roman Catholic church.


How to Teach Meditation and Deepen Your Practice: The “Faith Factor”

Dr. Lincoln, shares a message titled “How to Teach Meditation and Deepen Your Practice: The Faith Factor.” In this session tailored for her peers, Dr. Lincoln aims to inspire reflection on the profound impact of incorporating faith into meditation practices. She will explore the correlation between acknowledging and embracing one’s faith and the potential for enhanced health and wellness outcomes in clients.