Studies & Guides
How Hunger Hides in Plain Sight in the United States
By Nikki Toyama-Szeto
More than enough food is currently produced to cover the hunger gap around the globe. Yet hungry people exist in many communities. When people see that, they wonder if God keeps God’s promises.
Studies and Guides
In a world full of stressors, On Breath and Being offers an experiential intervention in the from of a contemplative toolbox rooted in the breath and body. This 7-part series of short, guided meditations by theologian Nia Camphina-Bacote centers breathwork because the breath is an essential and accessible tool with the capacity to help facilitate healing in the whollest and holiest of ways. We hope this offering allows for a moment of pause, inviting listeners into an embodied experience of being as they return home to the body through the simple and sacred act of breathing.
Listen to one episode each day for a week. Or use this series as part a healing or restorative practice, as needed.
Play each episode from this page, download to your favorite podcast player or sign-up here to receive the practice each morning via email.
On Breathe and Being was written and narrated by Nia Camphina-Bacote. Produced by Andre Henry. © 2023 All Rights Reserved.