It’s summer and we’re feeling generous, so with thought we’d share this month’s Nomad Devotional with everyone. If you’re a patron of nomad you’ll be very familiar with our Devotionals. Each month we ask a guest to offer us a reflection. And then we unpack it with music, song and readings.
This month we asked the former Dean of Duke Divinity School Elaine Heath to reflect on the spiritual practices she sees as vital for Christians today, and the spiritual practice that has had a particularly deep impact in her own life. David Blower then responds with music and a couple of new songs.
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Image provided by Duke Divinity School. Used with permission.


QUOTES

“What hospitality does is it de-centres our ego, when you make room for others you don’t get to take up all the room yourself.”

“For Christians to actively engage in environmental care and environmental healing as a Christian practice can say a lot to our neighbours that care about the environment but care nothing about church or religion. It also says a lot to God whose world this really is, it becomes even an act of worship.”

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  1. Jared Phau Nov 15, 2018

    I’m new to nomad. This was very nice. Are the songs available separately elsewhere?

    • Hi Jared,
      Good to hear you liked the devotional with Elaine. David produces a devotional each month with a new song over at patreon.com/nomadpodcast
      And you can buy the album Songs for Nomads Vol. 1 at http://www.minorartists.com
      To be honest though, I’m not sure if the song on the Elaine Heath devotional is on volume 1, or the forthcoming vol. 2.
      Tim

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