Talk 1: The Hero’s Journey
Catherine Askew explores the idea of the hero’s journey…
Where are you in the cycle of the hero’s journey right now?
How are you sharing your treasure – in hidden/prophetic ways, in your own square mile and beyond, and maybe even with/in the Northumbria Community?
Where do you need some courage, some extra A&V to move forward?
Whose eyes will help you on the way?
Who might need your eyes this week?
A song by Andrew Gullahorn to help on the way:
‘There are stories that your eyes are telling.
But you don’t have to say a word
Because you, oh you, speak my language’
For further reflection:
Richard Rohr: Falling Upwards
Joseph Campbell: The Hero with a Thousand Faces
Brené Brown: The Courage of Vulnerability
Each day we will invite you to use a psalm as a stimulus for creativity.
On Maundy Thursday take time to reflect on Psalm 116 – using the instructions below.
Maundy Thursday Liturgy – Communion followed by footwashing…
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Thank you and we pray your Easter journey is marked with God’s song!