I found the God I was looking for all along when I realized all of me was welcome, worthy and whole.
When I was seeking first the kingdom, wholeheartedly devoted to seeking His righteousness.... I didn’t yet know that we are already living the kingdom, if we realize the Divine inside and all around us. I didn’t yet know the gifts inside me, waiting for the dogma to get out of the way so I could really be used and free. I didn’t yet know I wasn’t broken, needing a savior or someone to atone for my sins.
I didn’t know how good my full humanity really was.
Now that I know, my prayer is:
More of what’s really me. Less of everything else.
More forgiveness. Less resentment.
More abundance. Less scarcity.
More honesty. Less dogma.
More humanity. Less masks.
More grace. Less striving.
More love. Less hate.
More understanding. Less assumptions.
More healing. Less identifying with my pain.
More inclusivity. Less judgment.
My time knee deep in Evangelical Christianity provided me something I needed at the time, and, it perpetuated a deep sense of fear, unworthiness, scarcity, and self-denial.
It’s taken me a long time to see the goodness in it, it’s taken a lot of healing to let go of the anger and find my way back to my innate goodness (You can read more about that deconstruction and exit in this blog post).
That’s the fullness of life we want to invite you into at The Way Home Retreat.
Where all of you is welcome and old programming of “not enough,” shame, and fear no longer run your life.
No matter what your spiritual wounds or trauma look like, you are entitled to wholeness, freedom and living in your divine fullness. This is your invitation.
Learn more about The Way Home Retreat HERE. We have 10 seats left, and would love for one of them to be yours.