This site collects the best insights I've come across in my reading of the great works of Christian spirituality from across the millenia and today
Paradox is truth standing on its head and waving its legs to get our attention G.K. Chesterton
Spiritual growth must have a clear means, or there is no way to move towards it.
People don’t see things as they are; they see things as THEY are. Richard Rohr
Spiritual growth must have a goal or risk lurching in random directions. I like Glen Scorgie's model of spiritual growth as relational, transformational, and vocational growth.
The books that have most changed me in the past year.
It takes more courage to examine the dark corners of your own soul than it does for a soldier to fight on a battlefield. W.B. Yeats
Ole Hallesby describes the second key to prayer: faith (and how it isn't what you think)
Ole Hallesby explains what prayer is and how a sense of helplessness is essential to it