On God Transcending Time
I love a good conversation. I like sticking to singular topics, but I also enjoy when a variety of topics are raised and the dialog meanders over the river and through the woods and back again. I have no expectation to arrive at grandmother’s house!
My husband Mike Murphy and my son John Lustrea joined me again this week as we talked about our view of time vs. God’s reality of transcending time. We look at why many of us struggle against time, whether that’s looking forward or looking back. Our consensus was that most of us have trouble living in the present.
We also looked at the role of faith and how we can actually waste time creating incredibly lengthy faith statements when we have some terrific creeds available to us already that might make life a bit easier. I’m sure not everyone will agree with all we said on this podcast, but I hope you’ll enjoy the dialog and I hope it will spark some of your own conversations with friends.
Recently, especially because I’ve missed the Millrose Club, though Lori Neff and Mark Breta are recording a Millrose Podcast, I started a conversation group that meets in my house once a month. You might want to consider doing the same. If you are interested in how to structure it, how many people to invite, or general questions about forming your own conversation group, feel free to email me with your questions. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I also want to draw your attention to the books in the right hand margin of the website. It is the season of Lent and many, including my husband and me, are going through the book 40 Days of Decrease. If you haven’t picked a Lenten resource yet, you might want to consider this one.