Slowly Learning not To Rush One of the things I enjoy about working with the spiritual formation organization Renovaré is that every member of our small staff adores literature and language. It makes our meetings long, but entertaining. Our writing process is labored, but rewarding. And where other teams might pass around snacks or office supplies, we trade quotes. I love the quotes. Truly. Except for two that get bandied about with
Generally, I don’t believe in “life hacks” – I figure all the things that really matter take good-old-fashioned effort and diligence. I have, however, found one “life hack” that really works … If you wish you could find a way to make room in your life for meaningful reading, you should totally join the Renovaré Book Club. Now, in my case, it helps that I’m the coordinator of the Book Club.
Hey All, It is with a great sense of anticipation and delight that I announce I have been appointed Director of Education with Renovaré. Here are some excerpts from a letter I sent my family and friends about this new development: … The job is with Renovaré – the organization that Richard Foster founded (after he wrote Celebration of Discipline) in order to encourage and nourish intentional spiritual formation. I’ve