Read. Discuss. Imagine.
Lessons about transformation, on the yoga mat and off.
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Food is part of many church gatherings. But do we ever stop and consider what our food practices communicate about our relationship with God?
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Olympic swimmers hone their craft through repetition and discipline. So do writing students at a Staten Island high school.
Trying to do more work faster? Stop. Moving slowly allows us important time to dream, make crucial connections and preserve insight.
What a father-daughter reading streak reveals about the presence of wonder in the ordinary.
Is what we are seeing or feeling the reality of a situation or our imagination? It is a practice of faith for Christian leaders to ask that question.
At a local diner, servers practice their craft through careful observation, reflection and preparation.
The early Willimon was more right about practices than the late Willimon.
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We only get good at something when we practice it -- a lot. Are our organizations set up to encourage learning on the job?
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How long does it take to be good at something? Malcolm Gladwell thinks 10,000 hours.
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