That's a phrase you see and hear more and more. While many people feel well nourished in a traditional faith experience, a growing number seem to be moving into the category of "spiritual but not religious." Church congregations will say that they get strength from the community, common beliefs and shared outreach and support. Spiritual seekers who are not church goers may find community and growth in other ways.
So, our first Town Square discussion question is: If you are spiritual and not religious, how are you fed in your journey? How do you measure any progress or growth? What do you do to help yourself become more loving and forgiving? How or where do you find your connection to that source greater than yourself?
This is Town Square and there are no wrong answers. We are all looking to understand each other better!