Episode 8: "Mud & Miracles"

Carrie and Parker discuss The Growing Edge March question of the month. March 20 is the first day of spring, and spring is the season of mud and miracles-which makes spring a lot like life itself!  So our Growing Edge Question of the Month for March is this: How do you hold the eternal mix of mud and miracles in your life?  How do you understand the mud, and what do you learn from it?  What do you regard as miraculous, and how do you give thanks for it?

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Katherine Forbes
Episode 7: The Fast Track & The Call To Stillness

Carrie and Parker discuss The Growing Edge February question of the month. In February nature maintains a state of stillness in order to nurture its own growing edges. But we live in a culture that values (and sometimes requires) speeding. Parker and Carrie discuss slowing, stopping, lying low whether by choice or necessity. What do we learn, what can only happen when given time and space? What does it mean to live at the speed of our own souls?

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Katherine Forbes
Episode 6: Begin Again

Join us at the turn of the year as we explore the topic of getting unstuck and what it means to begin again.  In this episode Carrie and Parker discuss the January question of the month:

“Where are you feeling called to ‘begin again’? Are there areas of your life and work where you’re feeling stuck, where would it be life-giving for you—and maybe for others—to gather up what you’ve learned and make a fresh start?”

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Katherine Forbes
Episode 3: A Slow Blossoming

We had a wonderful time recording the third episode of The Growing Edge PodcastJoin us as we discuss the October question of the month about naming and claiming our past growth even as we continue to be in process today.

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Katherine Forbes
Episode 1: Finding Hope in Hard Times

As we look toward our own growing edges—especially in hard times—many of us find ourselves torn between hope and hopelessness. How do you understand “hope?” What have you learned about holding to hope even when things seem hopeless?  Or do you agree with folks who say that hope can be an obstacle to dealing with the present moment?

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Katherine Forbes