spiritual disciplines

When Self-Discovery Becomes Self-Worship

by Editor on February 19, 2019

by Josiah Dangers “What’s your Enneagram number?” “What’s your Meyers-Briggs code?” “What are your top five on Strengthsfinder?” …DISC? …Hammer or duct tape? …Beaver or Golden Retriever? …Which Disney Princess are you? … Marvel villain? …Pokemon character? Can soul-care become idolatry? Can self-discovery become self-worship? In the contemporary Church and in missions, we spend an […]


I’m Not Very Good at Gratitude

by Elizabeth Trotter on November 22, 2016

I like to think of myself as a content, happy person: my life is good, and I lack for nothing. At least I used to think I was content and happy. That was before I realized — to my horror — that my prayer journal was filled with lament. Not thankfulness, not appreciation, but lament, through […]