In this series on learning to see through the eyes of God, you are invited to consider the ever present mystery and symbol that points to something bigger than immediate circumstances. Convergence is creating a new video each week as a tool for Christian reflection and meditation. Each week, we post the new video on our VergeNow YouTube channel And we will make them available on this site as a free download so that you can easily insert them into your ministry in any way you find meaningful. They can be used as sermon illustrations, Conversation starters for Bible studies and small groups, inspirational meditations to for a midweek connection or any number of things you can think of.
Convergence has paired these video meditations with our “Online Spiritual Collectives” that meet throughout the week via Zoom as a place to connect with a small group of about five – 8 other people. Each group checks in, prays together and discusses a prompt taken from the video meditation.
The meditations are prepared from the ancient wisdom of the Bible as well as contemporary experiences, cultural observations and artistic musings. Our Spiritual Collective facilitators range from curious questioners to seasoned Christians.
In this video meditation series from Convergence on learning to see through the eyes of God, you are invited to consider the ever present mystery and symbol that points to something bigger than immediate circumstances. Meditation/Narration: Lisa Smith; Editing and Production: Dan ABH. Featuring the song; All The Trees of The Fields Will Clap Their … Continue reading Learning to See: Invited to the Sound
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For Mature Audiences Only from Convergence, suggests that sometimes we may be asking the right questions but, are unwilling or unable to listen for the right answers.
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