Infinite possibilities - “God gives the spirit without limit”John 3:34b. We have not passed the kindergarten, baby, beginner stage of our faith. Have we even began to walk in the image of Christ? Jesus said that all things are possible if we only believe. Have we even entered into the basics of the faith, let … Continue reading There is no limit!
The voyage of faith, the practice of some of the Celtic missionaries was to set sail without oars or rudder and see where they were washed up and then start a Christian community. A free spirit, like a wild goose, which is the symbol of the Holy Spirit in Celtic spirituality. The Spirit is like … Continue reading The Celtic Way
Those who want to go to Scotland or UK, and have an interest in Celtic Christian Spirituality. Before the Pilgrimage to the UK, a stepping stone could be a long weekend at Columcille Megalith Park,PA. Accommodation at Kirkridge. This is not a prerequisite it can be a stand alone experience, for anyone who wants an … Continue reading Musings about the next Pilgrimage
I'm in a Celtic Christian Facebook community, a person in the group asked about the Celtic Cross. How did the Celtic Cross come to be? Looking at a couple of books I had and some web searching. It has been very interesting to discover the different thoughts with regard to how the Celtic cross came … Continue reading The Celtic Cross
Keith Duke has developed a musical language that has its roots in Celtic music and the ancient chants, yet speaks too in the voice of the twenty-first century. He has worked for many years with the priest-poet of Lindisfarne, Source: Sacred Dance CD, 656172012329, 1490179, Keith Duke, kevin Mayhew Ltd - Kevin Mayhew
This is a post from on July 3, 2015 by sunriseofcross I discovered a friend wrote the words and music for this song and every time I would hear this music I would be taken to the hills of Scotland. It is 3 years ago next month I went to Scotland to visit family before this … Continue reading Celtic Yearning!
These thoughts are my musing about my book project. The Anam Cara, A Celtic Tale of Tobar’s Transformation. It was inspired by a wonderful book by John O'Donohue, Anam Cara. This was the seed sown, beginning the journey of discovering more on this subject. The following is thought insights I'm trying to bring … Continue reading The Anam Cara
Touched By Many: Celtic Christian Spirituality is like a bolt of tartan that has been woven together over a long period of time, centuries. There have been may hands that tended to the sheep, protecting the heard from the wolves, protecting life, allowing the fleece to grow, passing through many hands. That touch is necessary, touched … Continue reading What Is Celtic Christian Spirituality?
God is waiting for you, will we take the time to give to our spiritual needs and the needs of God, by drawing near to God. If we do not do this, we are saying we are in control of our lives and don’t need God. We all need God if we realize this or … Continue reading An Ancient Path Of A Treasure Forgotten.
I have been reading a book by Martin Wallace, The Celtic Resource Book, I highly recommend this book, so full of insights and ideas. I was encouraged by his suggestion to take any normal action of the day like working, reading, writing, washing dishes, or in the more agrarian time of old, milking the … Continue reading A Trinity Blessing