A Book Discussion with Rick Hamlin - Even Silence Is Praise: Quiet Your Mind and Awaken Your Soul with Christian Meditation
The Hub for Spiritual Life and Human Resources are proud to present a book discussion on Even Silence Is Praise: Quiet Your Mind and Awaken Your Soul with Christian Meditation.
Today, in what might be considered the most challenging time in our lives, many are having feelings of anxiety and depression and are searching for ways to unpack these emotions.
In Even Silence Is Praise: Quiet Your Mind and Awaken Your Soul with Christian Meditation, Rick Hamlin uses personal stories, practical advice, and helpful prompts to encourage centering our minds on God to explore how silence is truly a virtue. Furthermore, Hamlin examines how meditation can deepen faith.
Rick Hamlin will explore:
- How meditation has deep Christian roots;
- How silence can help you observe the mind;
- Steps to beginning a meditative journey;
- How meditation can be used to live more authentically and let go of anxiety; and
- How meditation leads to growth in the areas of compassion, forgiveness, and acceptance
In Even Silence Is Praise, Hamlin invites you to join him on a journey to quiet your mind and explore how meditation can be practiced in your faith life.
Join Rick Hamlin for a discussion about his book, Even Silence Is Praise: Quiet Your Mind and Awaken Your Soul with Christian Meditation.
When: Friday, February 25, 2022 | 12 - 1 PM
Where: Beaman Patio, Malibu Campus
Speaker: Rick Hamlin, Author of Even Silence Is Praise: Quiet Your Mind and Awaken Your Soul with Christian Meditation
Rick Hamlin is a long-time editor at Guideposts magazine, Rick Hamlin is a frequent contributor to all Guideposts publications. He often writes about his prayer journey and has hosted numerous prayer events for the Guideposts community, in person and on social media. A busy husband, father, magazine executive, and lay leader in his church, he stresses how prayer and meditation can be a natural part of everyday life. He grew up in Southern California but has lived most of his adult life in New York City, where he and his wife sing in their church choir. In addition to his nonfiction—most recently Pray for Me—he has authored several novels, including Reading Between the Lines. Rick blogs regularly at guideposts.org and has published several op-eds in the New York Times.