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Ep. 26: Everyday Spiritual Practices

If you’re like me, sometimes you’re overwhelmed at the thought of incorporating helpful, realistic spiritual practices into my everyday life. That’s why, if you’re like me, you’re grateful for friends like Katherine.

Katherine Willis Pershey is a writer here for AoS and a pastor. She’s also a mom to two little kids, so she personally knows the challenge of incorporating daily spiritual practices into life. I love that while she’s a smart cookie, she’s also very much a normal person who gets real life.

In this podcast episode, we talk about things like Lectio Divina, Examen, praying with color (yep, that’s a thing), meeting with spiritual directors, why the simple act of reading is a spiritual practice, and why we need to celebrate truth and beauty equally.

Our chat isn’t heady at all—we do our best to cut through the Christianese and talk about what spiritual practices look like for us normal people.

Oh, and also—I’m a Christian, and while I know many listeners aren’t (and I’m so glad you’re here), I think even people who don’t necessarily prescribe to my faith perspective can still glean wisdom out of this conversation, so don’t hang up the phone just yet.

It’s a good one!

katherine willis pershey

Links from this episode:

The Simple Show with Tsh Oxenreider, ep. 26: Everyday Spiritual Practices

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