Are you lost in the fog of bewilderment and uncertainty?

Listening between the lines of your life often fosters the discernment needed to move forward.

 

Hello and welcome!

I'm Angela.

Do you fit into your own skin, or are you busy trying to wiggle into someone else's? 

Often we are the last person to recognize and embrace our genuine self, God's gift to the world. You belong, just as you are!

Redemptive listening is a healing model of care where a trained listener witnesses another in the context of their own story, also known as Spiritual Companioning.

Be Still and Listen was created to help spiritual directors and coaches, clergy, and laity get still and listen to discern the voice of God and respond.   

Setting aside time to be still, listen to the still small voice within while engaging in spiritual conversations can foster a sacred remembering deep within.

Being with God always precedes doing with God. Christ demonstrated this rhythm of getting away to a quiet place to commune with his Father.

Hear and obey...promoting greater clarity, healing, and Kingdom transformation. 

 

Be still, and know that I am God! 

Psalm 46:10

REST | RELINQUISH | REPLENISH

Retreat ~ being with God together in a community of belonging. A place to be still and listen!

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Spiritual 

Companioning

Witnessing and companioning another on the spiritual journey.

 

 

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Enneagram

The Enneagram comforts and discomforts as it names how we default and defend ourselves from the truth about ourselves.

 

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the Belonging collective

A gathering of Christ followers intentional about being with God, together while cultivating a more integrated spirituality of life & work rhythms in an intimate community of belonging?

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“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.”

 

— Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

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