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An exploration in guided prayer and meditation. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

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Centering Prayer Instruction with Amos Smith

Hello, and welcome to Methods, an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. Today Amos Smith leads us through the theory and practice of Centering Prayer as popularized by the late Father Thomas Keating. Amos E. Smith has earned bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees—all in religious studies. He is a long-term centering prayer practitioner, workshop leader, writer, and founder of Recover Christianity’s Mystic Roots. His most recent book, His first book, Healing The Divide: Recovering Christianity’s Mystic Roots is part of the curriculum for the Living School of The Center for Action and Contemplation. Amos and his organization work toward slowly transforming consciousness through the Christian contemplative tradition. Find Amos and RCMR here: https://www.amossmith.org/ Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

11 MIN5 d ago
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Centering Prayer Instruction with Amos Smith

Being-With: Amos Smith

Hello, and welcome to Methods, an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. This episode is part of our Being-With series, a subtle nod to the philosopher Martin Heidegger and his term referencing the Mitsein aspect of being. That the very nature of humanity is to be in relationship to others. We are inauthentic when we fail to recognize how much and in what ways how we think of ourselves and how we habitually behave is influenced by our social surroundings. We are authentic when we pay attention to that influence and decide for ourselves whether to go along with it or not. Today we’re talking with Amos Smith. Amos E. Smith has earned bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees—all in religious studies. He is a long-term centering prayer practitioner, workshop leader, writer, and founder of Recover Christianity’s Mystic Roots. His most recent book, His first book, Healing The Divide: Recovering Christianity’s Mystic Roots is part of the curriculum for the Living School of The Center for Action and Contemplation. Amos and his organization work toward slowly transforming consciousness through the Christian contemplative tradition. Find Amos and RCMR here: https://www.amossmith.org/ Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

64 MIN1 w ago
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Being-With: Amos Smith

Episode 28: Ignatian Contemplation

Imaginative prayer, also known as Ignatian Contemplation is the name given to prayer which helps us enter more fully into the passage of Scripture we are reading, by using our ability to form pictures or inner impressions in our minds. We live in a rational, left brain world where information and analysis is the highest priority. But as humans, our soul is still captivated by experience. Jesus called on people’s imagination all the time. He was constantly telling stories and painting word pictures. He asked people to imagine the kingdom of God as a mustard seed, as yeast, as treasure hidden in a field. Through imaginative prayer we step into a gospel story and imagine ourselves to be there in that scene. Rather than reading the Bible abstractly, we enter the story to more deeply experience and encounter Jesus in the scene. In doing so we remain true to the Biblical reading, but more actively experience it. We might be a disciple in the boat with Jesus, one of the crowd at the feeding of the five thousand, or the woman at the well asked by Jesus to draw up water for him. It’s important that as you hear the story you try to feel what it’s like to actually be inside that story. Listen, taste, smell, feel, and watch what happens. Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

9 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 28: Ignatian Contemplation

Episode 27: Conspiring Prayer with Mark Karris

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. Today we sit with Mark Karris, Mark Gregory Karris is a licensed marriage and family therapist, ordained pastor, theologian, writer, and worship leader, based in San Diego. He has received a Masters in Counseling through the Alliance Graduate School of Counseling in Nyack, N.Y., a Master of Divinity from Drew Theological School in N.J., and currently working through his PsyD from Alliant International University in San Diego. Mark has has published and peer reviewed research, and facilitates workshops on topics such as attachment theory, shame, self-compassion, relationships, and trauma. Although he may be best known for his book Divine Echoes, in which he outlines an alternative approach to discursive prayer that he calls Conspiring Prayer. In this episode of Methods, Mark shows us how to engage in prayer even when our belief on its efficacy is in contention. Find Mark here: http://conspiringprayer.com/ Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

11 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Episode 27: Conspiring Prayer with Mark Karris

Being-With: Mark Karris

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. This episode is part of our Being-With series, a subtle nod to the philosopher Martin Heidegger and his term referencing the Mitsein aspect of being. That the very nature of humanity is to be in relationship to others. We are inauthentic when we fail to recognize how much and in what ways how we think of ourselves and how we habitually behave is influenced by our social surroundings. We are authentic when we pay attention to that influence and decide for ourselves whether to go along with it or not. Today we sit with Mark Karris, Mark Gregory Karris is a licensed marriage and family therapist, ordained pastor, theologian, writer, and worship leader, based in San Diego. He has received a Masters in Counseling through the Alliance Graduate School of Counseling in Nyack, N.Y., a Master of Divinity from Drew Theological School in N.J., and currently working through his PsyD from Alliant International University in San Diego. Mark has has published and peer reviewed research, and facilitates workshops on topics such as attachment theory, shame, self-compassion, relationships, and trauma. Although he may be best known for his book Divine Echoes, in which he outlines an alternative approach to discursive prayer that he calls Conspiring Prayer. Find Mark here: http://conspiringprayer.com/ Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

33 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Being-With: Mark Karris

Episode 26: Fruit of the Spirit with Luke Bricker

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. Today we explore a meditative method with Luke Bricker, an Ex-vangelical pastor, exploring a more expansive spiritual path. Luke hosts the Spiritual Nomad Podcast and Community, also offering Spiritual Direction, Coaching on spiritual trauma, and discernment of the enneagram. Luke leads us through a meditation centered around the Biblical "Fruit of the Spirit" that was deeply important to him during his deconstruction of faith. Find Luke here: https://thespiritualnomad.org/ Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast Sponsorships: off for this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

9 MIN2019 OCT 21
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Episode 26: Fruit of the Spirit with Luke Bricker

Being-With: Luke Bricker the Spiritual Nomad

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. This episode is part of our Being-With series, a subtle nod to the philosopher Martin Heidegger and his term referencing the Mitsein aspect of being. That the very nature of humanity is to be in relationship to others. We are inauthentic when we fail to recognize how much and in what ways how we think of ourselves and how we habitually behave is influenced by our social surroundings. We are authentic when we pay attention to that influence and decide for ourselves whether to go along with it or not. Today we sit with Luke Bricker, an Ex-vangelical pastor, exploring a more expansive spiritual path. Luke hosts the Spiritual Nomad Podcast and Community, also offering Spiritual Direction, Coaching on spiritual trauma, and discernment of the enneagram. Find Luke here: https://thespiritualnomad.org/ Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

26 MIN2019 OCT 21
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Being-With: Luke Bricker the Spiritual Nomad

Episode 25: Holy Noticing

Hello, and welcome to Methods. Today, we sit with Dr Charles Stone as leads us through the practice of Holy Noticing, an iteration of being mindful in light of the way of Christ. Charles has served for 37 years in ministry. He currently pastors West Park Church in London, Ontario. He founded StoneWell Ministries to serve pastors and churches through coaching and consulting. In his recent book, “Holy Noticing: The Bible, Your Brain, and the Mindful space between moments” Dr. Stone explores the connection between mindfulness and Christianity. Find Charles here: https://www.holynoticingbook.com https://www.amazon.com/Holy-Noticing-Mindful-Between-Moments/dp/0802418570 Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

10 MIN2019 OCT 11
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Episode 25: Holy Noticing

Being-With: Charles Stone

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. This episode is part of our Being-With series, a subtle nod to the philosopher Martin Heidegger and his term referencing the Mitsein aspect of being. That the very nature of humanity is to be in relationship to others. We are inauthentic when we fail to recognize how much and in what ways how we think of ourselves and how we habitually behave is influenced by our social surroundings. We are authentic when we pay attention to that influence and decide for ourselves whether to go along with it or not. Today we sit with Dr Charles Stone as we explore his take on what he calls Holy Noticing, an iteration of being mindful in light of the way of Christ. Charles has served for 37 years in ministry. He currently pastors West Park Church in London, Ontario. He founded StoneWell Ministries to serve pastors and churches through coaching and consulting. In his recent book, “Holy Noticing: The Bible, Your Brain, and ...

25 MIN2019 OCT 11
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Being-With: Charles Stone

Episode 24: Centering Prayer with Rich Lewis

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. Today our method is led by Rich Lewis, a leader for RCMR (Recovering Christianity's Mystical Roots) and a contemplative workshop leader and writer. In this method we get into the theory and practice of Centering Prayer, the type of contemplative prayer popularized mainly by Father Thomas Keating. Find Rich Lewis here: www.silenceteaches.com Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

9 MIN2019 SEP 16
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Episode 24: Centering Prayer with Rich Lewis

Latest Episodes

Centering Prayer Instruction with Amos Smith

Hello, and welcome to Methods, an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. Today Amos Smith leads us through the theory and practice of Centering Prayer as popularized by the late Father Thomas Keating. Amos E. Smith has earned bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees—all in religious studies. He is a long-term centering prayer practitioner, workshop leader, writer, and founder of Recover Christianity’s Mystic Roots. His most recent book, His first book, Healing The Divide: Recovering Christianity’s Mystic Roots is part of the curriculum for the Living School of The Center for Action and Contemplation. Amos and his organization work toward slowly transforming consciousness through the Christian contemplative tradition. Find Amos and RCMR here: https://www.amossmith.org/ Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

11 MIN5 d ago
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Centering Prayer Instruction with Amos Smith

Being-With: Amos Smith

Hello, and welcome to Methods, an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. This episode is part of our Being-With series, a subtle nod to the philosopher Martin Heidegger and his term referencing the Mitsein aspect of being. That the very nature of humanity is to be in relationship to others. We are inauthentic when we fail to recognize how much and in what ways how we think of ourselves and how we habitually behave is influenced by our social surroundings. We are authentic when we pay attention to that influence and decide for ourselves whether to go along with it or not. Today we’re talking with Amos Smith. Amos E. Smith has earned bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees—all in religious studies. He is a long-term centering prayer practitioner, workshop leader, writer, and founder of Recover Christianity’s Mystic Roots. His most recent book, His first book, Healing The Divide: Recovering Christianity’s Mystic Roots is part of the curriculum for the Living School of The Center for Action and Contemplation. Amos and his organization work toward slowly transforming consciousness through the Christian contemplative tradition. Find Amos and RCMR here: https://www.amossmith.org/ Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

64 MIN1 w ago
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Being-With: Amos Smith

Episode 28: Ignatian Contemplation

Imaginative prayer, also known as Ignatian Contemplation is the name given to prayer which helps us enter more fully into the passage of Scripture we are reading, by using our ability to form pictures or inner impressions in our minds. We live in a rational, left brain world where information and analysis is the highest priority. But as humans, our soul is still captivated by experience. Jesus called on people’s imagination all the time. He was constantly telling stories and painting word pictures. He asked people to imagine the kingdom of God as a mustard seed, as yeast, as treasure hidden in a field. Through imaginative prayer we step into a gospel story and imagine ourselves to be there in that scene. Rather than reading the Bible abstractly, we enter the story to more deeply experience and encounter Jesus in the scene. In doing so we remain true to the Biblical reading, but more actively experience it. We might be a disciple in the boat with Jesus, one of the crowd at the feeding of the five thousand, or the woman at the well asked by Jesus to draw up water for him. It’s important that as you hear the story you try to feel what it’s like to actually be inside that story. Listen, taste, smell, feel, and watch what happens. Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

9 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 28: Ignatian Contemplation

Episode 27: Conspiring Prayer with Mark Karris

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. Today we sit with Mark Karris, Mark Gregory Karris is a licensed marriage and family therapist, ordained pastor, theologian, writer, and worship leader, based in San Diego. He has received a Masters in Counseling through the Alliance Graduate School of Counseling in Nyack, N.Y., a Master of Divinity from Drew Theological School in N.J., and currently working through his PsyD from Alliant International University in San Diego. Mark has has published and peer reviewed research, and facilitates workshops on topics such as attachment theory, shame, self-compassion, relationships, and trauma. Although he may be best known for his book Divine Echoes, in which he outlines an alternative approach to discursive prayer that he calls Conspiring Prayer. In this episode of Methods, Mark shows us how to engage in prayer even when our belief on its efficacy is in contention. Find Mark here: http://conspiringprayer.com/ Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

11 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Episode 27: Conspiring Prayer with Mark Karris

Being-With: Mark Karris

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. This episode is part of our Being-With series, a subtle nod to the philosopher Martin Heidegger and his term referencing the Mitsein aspect of being. That the very nature of humanity is to be in relationship to others. We are inauthentic when we fail to recognize how much and in what ways how we think of ourselves and how we habitually behave is influenced by our social surroundings. We are authentic when we pay attention to that influence and decide for ourselves whether to go along with it or not. Today we sit with Mark Karris, Mark Gregory Karris is a licensed marriage and family therapist, ordained pastor, theologian, writer, and worship leader, based in San Diego. He has received a Masters in Counseling through the Alliance Graduate School of Counseling in Nyack, N.Y., a Master of Divinity from Drew Theological School in N.J., and currently working through his PsyD from Alliant International University in San Diego. Mark has has published and peer reviewed research, and facilitates workshops on topics such as attachment theory, shame, self-compassion, relationships, and trauma. Although he may be best known for his book Divine Echoes, in which he outlines an alternative approach to discursive prayer that he calls Conspiring Prayer. Find Mark here: http://conspiringprayer.com/ Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

33 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Being-With: Mark Karris

Episode 26: Fruit of the Spirit with Luke Bricker

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. Today we explore a meditative method with Luke Bricker, an Ex-vangelical pastor, exploring a more expansive spiritual path. Luke hosts the Spiritual Nomad Podcast and Community, also offering Spiritual Direction, Coaching on spiritual trauma, and discernment of the enneagram. Luke leads us through a meditation centered around the Biblical "Fruit of the Spirit" that was deeply important to him during his deconstruction of faith. Find Luke here: https://thespiritualnomad.org/ Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast Sponsorships: off for this episode --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

9 MIN2019 OCT 21
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Episode 26: Fruit of the Spirit with Luke Bricker

Being-With: Luke Bricker the Spiritual Nomad

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. This episode is part of our Being-With series, a subtle nod to the philosopher Martin Heidegger and his term referencing the Mitsein aspect of being. That the very nature of humanity is to be in relationship to others. We are inauthentic when we fail to recognize how much and in what ways how we think of ourselves and how we habitually behave is influenced by our social surroundings. We are authentic when we pay attention to that influence and decide for ourselves whether to go along with it or not. Today we sit with Luke Bricker, an Ex-vangelical pastor, exploring a more expansive spiritual path. Luke hosts the Spiritual Nomad Podcast and Community, also offering Spiritual Direction, Coaching on spiritual trauma, and discernment of the enneagram. Find Luke here: https://thespiritualnomad.org/ Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

26 MIN2019 OCT 21
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Being-With: Luke Bricker the Spiritual Nomad

Episode 25: Holy Noticing

Hello, and welcome to Methods. Today, we sit with Dr Charles Stone as leads us through the practice of Holy Noticing, an iteration of being mindful in light of the way of Christ. Charles has served for 37 years in ministry. He currently pastors West Park Church in London, Ontario. He founded StoneWell Ministries to serve pastors and churches through coaching and consulting. In his recent book, “Holy Noticing: The Bible, Your Brain, and the Mindful space between moments” Dr. Stone explores the connection between mindfulness and Christianity. Find Charles here: https://www.holynoticingbook.com https://www.amazon.com/Holy-Noticing-Mindful-Between-Moments/dp/0802418570 Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

10 MIN2019 OCT 11
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Episode 25: Holy Noticing

Being-With: Charles Stone

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. This episode is part of our Being-With series, a subtle nod to the philosopher Martin Heidegger and his term referencing the Mitsein aspect of being. That the very nature of humanity is to be in relationship to others. We are inauthentic when we fail to recognize how much and in what ways how we think of ourselves and how we habitually behave is influenced by our social surroundings. We are authentic when we pay attention to that influence and decide for ourselves whether to go along with it or not. Today we sit with Dr Charles Stone as we explore his take on what he calls Holy Noticing, an iteration of being mindful in light of the way of Christ. Charles has served for 37 years in ministry. He currently pastors West Park Church in London, Ontario. He founded StoneWell Ministries to serve pastors and churches through coaching and consulting. In his recent book, “Holy Noticing: The Bible, Your Brain, and ...

25 MIN2019 OCT 11
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Being-With: Charles Stone

Episode 24: Centering Prayer with Rich Lewis

Hello, and welcome to Methods: an exploration in guided prayer and meditation. Today our method is led by Rich Lewis, a leader for RCMR (Recovering Christianity's Mystical Roots) and a contemplative workshop leader and writer. In this method we get into the theory and practice of Centering Prayer, the type of contemplative prayer popularized mainly by Father Thomas Keating. Find Rich Lewis here: www.silenceteaches.com Feel free to catch up with us on social media @methodspodcast, or if you'd like, you can support us on Patreon. linktr.ee/methodspodcast www.methodspodcast.com www.patreon.com/methods www.instagram.com/methodspodcast www.facebook.com/methodsthepodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/methods/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/methods/support

9 MIN2019 SEP 16
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Episode 24: Centering Prayer with Rich Lewis

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