In 2018, The Episcopal Church launched the Way of Love: Practices for a Jesus-Centered Life. The Way of Love isn’t just a curriculum or program, but a way of thinking and focusing on the way in which we live into our lives in a Christ-centered way. Faith from the Margins to the Web wanted to live into this deeply as well.
What you will find on this page are a series of readings and reflections on each aspect of the Way of Love. There has been true joy in living out these discussions and conversations, and a separate blog post has been written for each of the seven components: Turn, Learn, Pray, Worship, Bless, Go and Rest. If you visit us in Richmond, VA you can see quotes and photos on display in our Way of Love gallery in the Chapel of the Resurrection at Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church where Faith from the Margins to the Web groups have been hosted for the past two years.
I hope that you will enjoy each reflection (some short, some long) and take time to leave your own replies about how each of the Way of Love components is taking shape in your own life.
A direct link to each reflection in word and image is below: