Experiencing God in a Time of Crisis, with guest Sarah Bachelard, Benedictus Contemplative Church

March 01, 2021 00:42:51
Experiencing God in a Time of Crisis, with guest Sarah Bachelard, Benedictus Contemplative Church
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Experiencing God in a Time of Crisis, with guest Sarah Bachelard, Benedictus Contemplative Church
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Show Notes

How do we experience God in a time of crisis? Which may be to ask, how do we experience God? How do we experience a disruption of our sense of identity and purpose that transforms us and calls us to a new way of life? Our guest on this episode of the Faith and Imagination […]

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