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An intimate, thought-provoking, and original appraisal of the meaning of religion in our time- from the creator and host of public radio's Speaking of Faith.
Prayer for Today
Prayer for today: Loving God, We thank you for this day, for all that will transpire as we move through the world, as news comes to us, as we navigate these hours, this minutes, this time. We want to be mindful and aware, to be light. Thank you for all the blessings that come our way, for all good gifts we know come from you. Amen.
Hey Spiritual Book Club (SBC) Members & Pals,
Welcome to our newly re-launched site, thanks to the genius of our friends at Cybernautic.com. We hope you can navigate your way easily, and if there’s something you’re looking for, let us know, or if there’s a book we have to read, we want to hear that too. People around the world use our site to get book recommendations, to seek out new m
usic, to look for projects that make this world a better one. We’re here for you, we want to help you connect to books, music, projects that feed your soul, lift your spirit.
You can follow us on Pinterest @“Spiritual Book Club,” on Twitter @yoursbc, or on Facebook at “Spiritual Book Club.” Each month you’ll see our featured book, what we’re reading each month, who we’re listening to, events we’re checking out. We like to share what moves us, hoping it will move you too. Here’s to a new launch,
and here’s to you…we’re glad you’re here!
More fun ahead friends, more fun ahead!
January: Mindful Resilience: Navigating the Labyrinth of Change in Times of Challenge by Pamela Cotton. Her site is: http://www.mindfulresilience.com
February: The Wizard of Us, by Jean Houston
March: Zealot by Reza Aslan April: The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer April was also @FFWgr at festival.calvin.edu
May: Heaven is for Real by Todd Burpo
June: The Dhammapada translated by Eknath Easwaran
July 10: The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown
August 14: The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd
Sept 11th: Visit to local Hindu temple, reading "The True Bhagavad Gita" translated by Stephen Mitchell
October 9, Nov 13, Dec 11th will be coming soon :-)
Spiritual Book Club swag available cafepress.com/spiritualbookclub book bags, tshirts, coffee mugs, etc.
2nd Thursday of each month: We meet at 12:30pm for lunch Denny's on Oakland Avenue, at the southeast corner of Oakland and Veteran's Parkway, Bloomington, IL. Please join us if you're in the Heartland.
See our latest interviews on our blog of over 200 interviews at "Real Life, Real People, Real Spirituality" here. Blessings!