The goal of The Faith-ing Project is to enrich your spiritual life. Our hope is that this might be a gymnasium for the soul; a library for the spirit; and a toy store for the psyche.
New! We are proud to present a selection of spiritual exercises coordinated to each chapter of select books. Deepen your experience of the best new books and broaden your spiritual practice with our new regimens here.
The premier book in our expanding library of regimens is Rachel Held Evan’s Inspired.
The second book in our library of regimen is Immortal Diamond by Richard Rohr.
Click here to follow along with our Lenten exploration of words and wordlessness. If you would like to experience this the way it was intended, email firstname.lastname@example.org or click on ‘contact’ above. About every 3 days, you can look forward to a new email.
At the bottom of this page you can find an individualized listing of the spiritual exercises described on this website. If you would like to see the various subgroups that these exercises can be broken down into, you can click here. Also, take a look at the menu to the right.
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For some information on how to integrate your spiritual practice into your life, click here.
To explore some resources that have been influential in the formation of The Faith-ing Project, click here.
To explore some practices which are less neglected by contemporary American Christianity, click here.
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