Update on 2016 We are relishing our experiences this past year. We arrived in Astoria, Oregon by mid March 2016 and started out offering a reading group for A Course in Miracles, a Nonviolent Communication (NVC) practice group, and an Authentic Spiritual Conversations group to provide multiple paths for people to find us. We also…Details
Adventure 2013—and continuing!
On April 10, 2013, we embarked on our Adventure 2013! For the next year, we traveled in a motorhome with the intention of visiting people who inspire us. We wanted to connect with a larger community of people who are working to shift the consciousness of the world and we wanted to share what we found in order to inspire others by this “community of congruence.” We hoped to cross-fertilize ideas, create potential for collaborations, and inspire others to launch their own style of adventure to follow their hearts. Since then, our adventure has continued with a new focus each year. The adventure has become less about other people’s vision and more about our own emerging vision.
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What is Authenticity?
This winter (2016), we started a group in Cottonwood, AZ called “Authentic Spiritual Conversations.” One topic that inevitably kept coming up is, What do we mean by authenticity? What is authentic conversation? An early conversation in the Arizona group identified what enhances and inhibits authenticity… <read more…>
We Are Doing It! Our adventure has continued with a new focus each year. The adventure has become less about other people’s vision and more about our own emerging vision. We had no idea that this adventure would lead us to become ordained Interfaith ministers and to be inspired to start an “unchurch!” … <read…Details
Creating an Interspiritual Fellowship
We have begun our Adventure 2015! We left Jerome, AZ on Feb 21st and have been slowly working our way north towards Astoria, OR. Our vision for this year is to create what we are calling Common Ground Interspiritual Fellowship.You might be asking, “What is that?!” <read more…>
Living in Community – Amish Style
We have enjoyed learning more about the Amish community that is so visible and prevalent in this part of Pennsylvania. There really are horse-drawn buggies traveling on the sides of the country roads! We wanted to understand <read more…>