This is what I do. I am not some slick marketer who can come in and tell you how to get young people in the church, or sing and dance to soft hits of the 80s. I find most of that stuff to be a bunch of bull. I can however tell you what I think is going on and help open discussions on how we might respond, theologically, ethically, and practically to changes that are coming.
When we get worried and frightened about our lives and our peccadillos and the peccadillos of others and the state of the union and our aches and pains—we can care for that. We may not be able to cure all of that, but we can care for that. We can care for ourselves by spending time with the crows, or the lilies, or the ocean, or the mountains, or the park, or the dogs, or just realizing that we live in one of the most amazingly beautiful places in the country.