Busy days, constant worries, uncertain futures — all these things and more can keep us from fully embracing God’s purpose for our lives. The Spirit never gives up searching for a way into our hearts, but sometimes we need a guide for the journey.
Find the Openings in Your Life Where the Spirit Can Come In
“The Lord opened her heart….” Acts 16:14
Openings takes its inspiration from the story of Lydia in the New Testament book of Acts in the Christian Bible. In that passage, the Lord opened Lydia’s heart so she could understand the Apostle Paul’s teachings about Jesus. Whether we are Christian, people of another faith tradition, or no religion at all, it is so easy to feel out of touch with our spiritual selves. With our cell phones, iPads, and our 24-hour news cycles, there is virtually no where to go for a moment of peace and quiet.
We founded Openings to provide a holy place of respite in the tumult of life. So let us help you find an opening for the Spirit to come in.
A word about location
“Our group thoroughly enjoyed Mary’s leadership at our board retreat. She was playful and fun while at the same time drawing us into deep and serious conversation. We left our time with her energized and excited about the future.” –Aimee Baxter, Chair, Foundery Coffee Pub Board
“Mary took charge of a one-hour inaugural workshop on a topic she knew nothing about—destination stewardship—and facilitated it so effectively that at the end, three volunteer leaders stepped forward to take the next steps, with several others signing on. A total success.” — Jonathan Tourtellot, CEO, Destination Stewardship Center