Archive: Lauren Artress
Changing dominations shows that people are thinking about their beliefs. People are paying attention to what nourishes them spiritually and what leaves them dry, empty and uninspired.
By Lauren Artress | March 4, 2008; 06:06 AM ET | Comments (8)
My vote goes to greed: greed is the sin most prevalent and harmful in the world today. Greed goes to the heart of many social and societal issues. Greed keeps war, violence and destruction of lives, limbs and property a dominating experience in the lives of many citizens of this planet.
By Lauren Artress | January 19, 2008; 07:10 PM ET | Comments (8)
The endpoint of prayer is to find that Stillpoint within. From that point flows peace, nourishment and a remembrance of our potential as human beings.
By Lauren Artress | February 6, 2007; 08:19 AM ET | Comments (16)
For many women in ministry, the expection that they be a dutiful daughter of the patriarch ransoms their ability to speak truth to power.
By Lauren Artress | January 21, 2007; 12:07 PM ET | Comments (23)
Perhaps the American people are beginning to realize that the war on the streets of Baghdad is not going to be won by an increase in troops, as our stubborn President insists, but by finally sitting down with other world leaders to discuss how we can work together to end terrorism.
By Lauren Artress | January 14, 2007; 11:33 AM ET | Comments (21)