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065: Holy Noticing - Blending an Ancient Spiritual Practice and Neuroscience to Live Our Best Lives - Dr. Charles Stone

065: Holy Noticing - Blending an Ancient Spiritual Practice and Neuroscience to Live Our Best Lives - Dr. Charles Stone

April 9, 2019

With our fast-paced lifestyles and hyper-connectivity to our smart phones in the Digital Age, are we missing out on real life? We’re pushing, pushing, pushing to get to a next better moment and fail to notice and appreciate the present one. But the abundant life that Jesus offers is experienced in the present moments. Dr. Charles Stone is an experienced pastor who has advanced degrees in ministry and neuroscience and leadership. Discover what the Bible, church history, and neuroscience say about a Christian mindful lifestyle ... all to live our best lives for the Grand Story.

Special guest: Dr. Charles Stone

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010: Kingdom Childhood: Lectio Divina for Kids! Part 2 with Harriet Mouer and Rebecca Tobar

010: Kingdom Childhood: Lectio Divina for Kids! Part 2 with Harriet Mouer and Rebecca Tobar

July 10, 2018

So how's the signal-to-noise ratio in your life? We surely know what the noise sounds like. But what about the signal of God's voice signature? It makes all the difference.

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009: Ancient-Futurists: Lectio Divina for Kids! Part 1 with Harriet Mouer and Rebecca Tobar

009: Ancient-Futurists: Lectio Divina for Kids! Part 1 with Harriet Mouer and Rebecca Tobar

July 3, 2018

Kids are being taught to slow unplug, slow down, and hear God through his Word! Coaching our kids to tune their inner person to the voice signature of God is vital for their lives. Lectio Divina is a spiritual practice which began in the 3rd century. It's seeing a resurgence in recent years. We believe it's a Holy Spirit trend line! And now, it's been adapted for children!

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