Embodied Existence: A Blessing

A poem by Late Night Epiphanies caught my attention one afternoon while I was scrolling through social media. It was a beautiful reflection of appreciation for all that the sister-authors had penned.  Not only did it foster appreciation for all my body has endured and enabled me to enjoy, but it sparked my own creativity. Continue reading “Embodied Existence: A Blessing”

Comfort for your Body: Self-Care (Luke 5:16)

“ Meanwhile, Jesus would slip away to deserted places and pray.” -Luke 5:16 “Go home.” I looked up at my boss, startled by his sharp tone. Leaning against the jam, he pushed his head through the cracked opening in my office door.  “Go home. Read a book. I think you need a break.” A millionContinue reading “Comfort for your Body: Self-Care (Luke 5:16)”

Comfort for your Body: Listening to your body (Psalm 56:8)

“You have kept count of my tossings;put my tears in your bottle.Are they not in your record?” -Psalm 56:8 Our bodies have often been seen as something separate from our true selves or our spiritual being.  But, in fact, we are created with bodies by God.  And our bodies, instead of being separate from, oftenContinue reading “Comfort for your Body: Listening to your body (Psalm 56:8)”

Kind reminder for your body: Listening to our bodies

I trust my body’s wisdom. Some Comfort and Joy was developed as a devotional resource that follows the rhythms and seasons of the liturgical year from an Anabaptist-Mennonite perspective. We hope this brings you some comfort and joy! Do you know someone who would be inspired by today’s post?  Please share Some Comfort and JoyContinue reading “Kind reminder for your body: Listening to our bodies”