It’s the 28th day of Lent. As a part of my practice this year, I’m reading Brian Zahnd’s Lent devotional, The Unvarnished Jesus. I journal on the scripture he’s selected and his reflection, then I post daily (or near-daily) meditations that emerge. The scripture today is Matthew 26:69-75, Peter’s denial of Jesus.
Today’s post is a special contribution from a guest, Sharon Mavis. She and her husband Rick are fascinated by the connection between spiritual and emotional maturity, so her writing is right up the alley of what we talk about here. You can find more about Sharon below the post. “I need to hide. There is something […]
When something terrible happens to you, or when you’re facing some brokenness or addiction in your life. Whether something was done to you, or you did something, the common denominator is shame. It’s that twisted knot in your gut saying that you will be judged, shunned, looked down on. Shame says you are right to be […]