Part of our Rule of Life at Woven is praying our Examen. We have a special prayer used by our community to examine ourselves before God.
Community takes work. “Might we” consider the community a bit more?
Confession is the pathway to revival; without it the community cannot break through to communion.
Our calling to ministry often turns up in the least-expected places.
The secret to facing Monday morning is seeing your work as prayer, not prison.
Without work, prayer is not prayer, and without prayer, work is not work
Praying Scripture such as the Psalms taps into the deepest well in your soul. Today we learn how to pray the Psalms as we learn about #LivingTogether.
Do you have a Rule of Life? It need not be strict, but it is necessary for you to set a rhythm and a schedule for your spiritual practices.
Community is not an ideal, but a reality. We are moving beyond wish dreams to true spiritual love.
The painful message in Bonhoeffer is that every community built on human love will dissolve. Community is not selected, it is accepted.
Bonhoeffer makes the distinction between “human love” which is flawed, and “spiritual love” which is the Ideal. We’ re learning about #Living T ogether
We conclude our study through the narrative portion of Daniel (chaps 1-6). May we learn how to live as exiles in our Babylon today! #nocompromise
Prayer. Praise. This is how we fight our battles
The writing is on the wall. How do we weigh on the scales?
Today we celebrate our fourth birthday together as a community! God birthed this vision in us; His plan exceeds our expectations!
An exposition on Matthew 26:6-13. Woven staffer, Ashley Park, speaks on the Heart of Worship, from Matthew 26:6-13.
The story of Babylon is one of dancing with power. We are most sane when we realize we are not God.
An exposition on Daniel 2:31-49. The vision of Daniel 2 speaks of an overtaking Kingdom that cannot be defeated, for it is Defeat. The cross conquers in a way that no sword can.
Daniel exercises an uncommon wisdom characteristic of those through the ages who have walked with God.
The Book of Daniel exemplifies the covenantal blessing of God remaining on His children even in exile. We too bear that blessing.