The sacred manifests in the flesh of the earth

While the world aches for transformation and healing, God is not a distant observer but an enfleshed presence at the margins, in the soil, in chaos and quiet, in pleasure and pain. The Divine is intimately entangled with all aspects of our collective life: The material. The political. The intimate. The sensual. The struggle. The places where they all meet.

With this assurance, enfleshed creates and facilitates spiritual resources for Christian-adjacent communities learning and unlearning dominance in belief and practice. As the Spirit, tender and fierce, calls us all to courage, enfleshed hopes to provide sources of deep spiritual nourishment for the work of collective liberation before us.

Lenten poetry practice

Easter – rise

Easter – rise

Blessed Easter. And thank you for your thoughtful poems and reflections throughout this season. Our last word for writing is "rise." On pathways to collective flourishing, what will we rise for? What is needed in order to rise again after a deeply painful blow? What...

Day 39 – scream

Day 39 – scream

Today's word for writing is "scream." On pathways to collective flourishing, over what do we scream? What is your relationship to instinctual embodied expression - yours or others? How does emotional and verbal repression shape our culture? What circumstances draw up...

Day 38 – stay

Day 38 – stay

Today's word for writing is "stay." On pathways to collective flourishing, with whom do we stay? How do you discern whether it's a time for staying or leaving in difficult contexts? Have you ever needed to ask someone to stay with you in a vulnerable circumstance?...

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A bi-weekly column by scholars, activists, artists, and others sharing words of healing and nourishment for a spiritual community seeking sustainable change.
Fullness of Time

Fullness of Time

The day started early. Long before the sun was set to rise from its nightly slumber, my family and I were pacing frantically about. While I wish it was for something exciting or joyful, especially given the hellacious slog of these recent weeks, the cause for our...

To be well, lost, and alive

To be well, lost, and alive

By Rev. Anna Blaedel My mom recently stumbled across a photograph that neither of us have any memory of. I am eleven, or twelve, or thirteen--somewhere in that age and stage of particular bodily awkwardness--and I am sitting in my dad’s lap. My dad and I are on my...

Home, where are you?

Home, where are you?

By Tarek Abuata Growing up Queer and Palestinian, I was a happy child, full of life. With negative and later positive judgments cast upon my identities, the years churned my insides into a struggle of polarities. At first, I was put down. A fighter, I confronted and...

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Additionally, with time and your support, we hope to expand our resources to include Bible studies, children and youth curriculum, and other desperately needed theological and spiritual resources as well as expand staff to offer a wider breadth of experiences to our pastoral care and educational ministries.

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