Monthly Archives: September 2016

Episode 37: The Unexpected Gifts of The Contemplative with Chris Heuertz

Chris Heuertz has spent his life bearing witness to the possibility of hope among a world that has legitimate reasons to question God’s goodness.

Named one of Outreach magazine’s “30 Emerging Influencers Reshaping Leadership,” Chris is a curator of unlikely friendships, an instigator for good, a champion of collaboration, and a witness to hope, Chris fights for a renewal of contemplative activism.

In this episode, Chris illuminates three gifts of contemplative spirituality: an awakened sense of our true identity, an acceptance that everything belongs, and an ability to root ourselves in the gifts of community.


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The busy badge…

…has to start being called what it really is.

First, it is not working for us.

Secondly, it is not real.

Lastly, it only numbs reality.

Are you fulfilled?

If so, you’ll have no need to show a badge.

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Your highest and best use is…

…to be a bridge.

You can be this through your eyes…Tell us what you see.

You can be this with your hands…Show us where the beauty is.

And you can be this by your words…Paint us a new world.

Help us get to the other side.

The side of possibility.

The side of wonder.

This side of Love.

There’s about 7.5 billion of us.

What if we all knew we were meant to be a bridge?

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