Spiritual Nomads: When deconstruction leads to wandering, where do we find comfort and safety?
Rethinking your faith often leads to leaving your faith community to look for something else. Something more. Something real. And while that move was probably for the best, there’s still a loss of the comfort that the old group gave you, and a loss of certainty that came with it. Either way, it doesn’t make wandering the spiritual wilderness any easier. So, among the questions we won’t properly answer today: Should we try to replace the comfort we lost? Should we go back to the certainty group we left? And, how can gratitude help us find something more ultimate than certainty?
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Keeping it Real
- Article: “The case against sermon-centric Sundays” by Skye Jethani
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Deconstruction and Discomfort
- Film: “Fantastic Mr. Fox”
- Book: “Ocean at the End of the Lane” by Neil Gaiman
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