June 25, 2016

iMonk Authors Week: Jeff Dunn

iMonk Authors Week I hope you have enjoyed, as much as I have, this week of highlighting authors who write for us here at Internet Monk. I am blessed to partner with many fine, gifted, and faithful writers, who have written books we are happy to recommend. For those of you still getting familiar with the […]

iMonk Authors Week: Adam Palmer

iMonk Authors Week We have been taking a break from some of our usual posts to highlight authors who contribute here at Internet Monk. I am blessed to partner with many fine, gifted, and faithful writers, who have written books that I’d love for you to know about. For those of you still getting familiar with […]

iMonk Authors Week: Lisa Dye

iMonk Authors Week Since my books were released last week, I thought it might be a good time to highlight some of the authors who write for us here at Internet Monk. I am blessed to partner with many fine, gifted, and faithful writers, who have written books. For those of you still getting familiar […]

iMonk Authors Week: Damaris Zehner

iMonk Authors Week Since my books were released last week, I thought it might be a good time to highlight some of the authors who write for us here at Internet Monk. I am blessed to partner with many fine, gifted, and faithful writers who have published books. For those of you still getting familiar […]

iMonk Authors Week: Michael Spencer (The Internet Monk)

iMonk Authors Week Since my books were released last week, I thought it might be a good time to highlight some of the authors who write for us here at Internet Monk. I am blessed to partner with many fine, gifted, and faithful writers, who have written books. For those of you still getting familiar […]

An Excerpt from “Guide Them Safely Home, Lord”

Note from CM: My new book, Walking Home Together, has two companion booklets. Today, I present an excerpt from one of them: Guide Them Safely Home, Lord: A Caregiver’s Companion. The booklet consists of 4 weeks of readings (5 days each week), designed to give encouragement to those who care for others. • • • Bearing (and sharing) […]

An Excerpt from “Walking Home Together”

A Good Walk Home When I was young, we walked. It seems to me now that we walked everywhere. We walked to and from school. We walked to our friends’ homes, and I distinctly remember walking to my grandparents’ house on the other side of town. We walked to fields of dreams where we chose […]

Pentecost Sunday with Henri Nouwen: May 15, 2016

Pentecost Sunday with Henri Nouwen On the Eucharistic Life This is Pentecost Sunday, and today we conclude our series of reflections on his book, With Burning Hearts: A Meditation on the Eucharistic Life. • • • That same hour they got up and returned to Jerusalem; and they found the eleven and their companions gathered together. They were […]

Civil Religion Series: America as a “Christian Nation” in the 19th Century

Civil Religion, part seven America as a “Christian Nation” in the 19th Century Presidential election years in the U.S. provide American Christians an opportunity to reflect upon our faith and how it applies to our lives as citizens and to the public issues that affect us all. We are taking many Tuesdays throughout 2016 to […]

Sundays in Easter with Henri Nouwen: May 8, 2016

Sundays in Easter with Henri Nouwen On the Eucharistic Life This is the final Sunday in Eastertide and next Sunday we mark Pentecost. During this season we are contemplating words from Henri Nouwen on the eucharistic life. Our main source is his book, With Burning Hearts: A Meditation on the Eucharistic Life. • • • Today, we consider two […]