Being loved by God is the foundation of our identity and the starting point of everything we do. That is why this summer we are soaking, resting, playing, and even breathing in God’s incredible, personal love for us.

This week, we stepped into a practice from Curt Thompson’s book, Anatomy of the Soul. This practice of being known helps us hold the gaze of God and live into our belovedness.

Kingdom Practices
This week, let’s continue to hold the gaze of God. It may be that you want to return to the practice Joan led Sunday morning. If that would be helpful, we created a podcast of the practice alone (below). You can use it as a guide this week. We would encourage you to make time to reengage the practice throughout the week. 


You can find the Order of Practice here.

If you have a story to share about how you have been encountering God in this season, we would love to hear it

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