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I am the “Prayer Warrior” Who’s Having Trouble Praying

For as long as I can remember, my mom has called me her “prayer warrior,” which meant if a pet went missing, a relative was having a medical procedure or a friend were traveling on a trip that required flying... Continue Reading →

TWS Conversation 10| Will on belonging, believing, deconstruction, God

Another face to face conversation with someone from the Way Station: this time with Will (Thornbury, UK) 

TWS Conversation 9 – David, on faith journey, community and friends – online and offline

My conversation with David

TWS Conversation 8 – Emma, on Greenbelt Blogging (and some live music)

Burst in a million parts to get back to wholeness

I just had my 9th birthday 3 months before my father died. A dramatic part in this situation was that I had foreseen it some hours before or let's better say: a deep feeling within me told me that I... Continue Reading →

Methodists, Baptists, Guitars, Books, and Love

When I was training for ministry, as part of a course called ‘Transformative Pastoral Practice,’ we were asked to map our stories of care. The idea was to identify key moments that, or people who, had helped shape our working... Continue Reading →

How to be Happy

Like any good American suburban mother, I am in a book club.  Thankfully, unlike many I have been a part of in the past which were simply not-so-subtle excuses to get a gaggle of women together to drink wine on a... Continue Reading →

Why Psychology and Sociology?

🙂  This category that covers a number of potential topics. Many of us have taken personality tests, such as the Enneagram, while journeying together in The Way Station. It's often helped us to understand ourselves and each other better. We see similarities... Continue Reading →

The Way Station has always been about real lives rather than theory. So in this blog we’ll be including some interviews and short biographies to introduce some of the people who are on this journey with us. Ordinary people, with extraordinary... Continue Reading →

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