In a time of immense indifference, division and dehumanization exercised against one another it’s hard to imagine unity. In an era when any and every discourse evolves into partisan or tribal debate, facts are questioned. Truth and ethical behavior is now subjective. Anyone who is not like “me” or “mine” is viewed as less honorable, less than human. It’s hard to imagine people listening close enough, seeing deep enough or share proximity to others to actually experience themselves in another.

Bishop Desmond Tutu reminds, “We can survive suffering, but we can not survive meaninglessness.” Allow me to encourage you to mine for meaning. Mining is delving into sources of abundance to extract something of value. 

Have you ever thought of yourself as a natural resource? Often we see ourselves as mere spokes in a systematic wheel not as catalytic force. Rarely do we value ourselves or others as precious resources. Each of us are granted by our Creator particular uniqueness. When we fail to live into our particular uniqueness or purpose, the world is left bankrupt. 

Living Tree curates space and experiences for “mining meaning”. What is my purpose?  How do we reconcile faith and life’s every realities? How can I go from surviving to thriving? There is no wrong way to engage this important work. Yet, in faith, we are encouraged to examine ourselves and life experiences in hope. You are invited to mine with us—an inspired community rooted in love…growing in faith…thriving in divine purpose. Come alive with Living Tree! 

Bishop Desmond Tutu reminds, “We can survive suffering, but we can not survive meaninglessness.” Allow me to encourage you to mine for meaning. Mining is delving into sources of abundance to extract something of value.

Have you ever thought of yourself as a natural resource? Often we see ourselves as mere spokes in a systematic wheel not as catalytic force. Rarely do we value ourselves or others as precious resources. Each of us are granted by our Creator particular uniqueness. When we fail to live into our particular uniqueness or purpose, the world is left bankrupt.

Living Tree curates space and experiences for “mining meaning”. What is my purpose?  How do we reconcile faith and life’s every realities? How can I go from surviving to thriving? There is no wrong way to engage this important work. Yet, in faith, we are encouraged to examine ourselves and life experiences in hope. You are invited to mine with us—an inspired community rooted in love…growing in faith…thriving in divine purpose. Come alive with Living Tree!