Living Faith at Home

is all about supporting people toward wide open spaces of connection.

We yearn for connection with God. We are hungry to experience God’s love for ourselves. We want relationship with our families of birth or of choice.

Let’s grow connection through bite-sized practices of dialogue, prayer, and community for our every day faith experiences.

Working Together

Living Faith at Home supports you as you explore your living faith in your everyday experiences through :

  • Our Podcast “Faith at Home
  • 1:1 Spiritual Guidance Sessions
  • Group Spiritual Formation Experiences
  • Keynote Speaking

You are invited to explore faith

To experience God as loving and supportive, and to step into your belonging that has existed from before the beginning of time.

You are invited to find meaning in your everyday life, to experience resilience and gratitude in the ups and downs, to release control in the hands of the Life-Giving Spirit.

While taking responsibility for the everyday actions, let’s step into the unforced rhythms of grace, and share our experiences of faith and relationship in ways that are life-giving and connection-building.


Life is full of challenges.

Having the support you need for your faith to be alive, practical, and woven into your daily life makes navigating the challenges of life more meaningful.

That support is what Living Faith at Home is about.

About Us…


Hi! We are Reade, and Jennifer.

As facilitators for Living Faith at Home, we support people — like you! — to listen to their lives, and through everyday practices of prayer, to be able to step into experiences of connection with the Divine Family!

There’s no instant coffee (who likes that stuff anyway?), but there are practices of support that we can engage in day by day that will grow our spiritual resilience, nourish our soul, and let us step free from the shackles of false guilt and shame.

Want to get more?

Our Blog

All emotions are welcome in prayer

Really, all emotions are welcome in prayer. Sometimes in the world of spiritual growing, we get the sense that it is not okay to have whatever feelings we have. Anger, impatience, jealousy, frustration, fear, boredom, compassion, consolation, passion, and delight (as...

Crucified between worry and regret

This week I’ve been thinking about getting stretched out, crucified, between worry and regret. The Psalms point to a posture of prayer as a helpful antidote to feeling crucified between worry and regret. A long time ago, in my small town Grade 8 Science class, Mr....

Listening to our lives with writing prompts: Amur Maple Flags and Fortrel Quilt Forts

Writing prompts helps us to listen to our lives. Listening Practices are about listening to our lives and to what the Divine is saying to us in the midst of our everyday lives. Writing prompts, journalling, and conversation are a significant way to do this. Practices...

What is a Listening Practice or Lectio Divina?

Perhaps you’ve connected to one of our videos or podcasts where we welcome you to join us in a Faith at Home Listening Practice. If you haven’t yet, you could listen to Faith at Home on your favorite podcast player or you could browse here. There are lots of episode...

Sacred Imagination helps us discern good choices

At Regina Beach We went to the beach today. With the foresight to wear my swimming suit under my dress, I had the option to swim if that seemed pleasant. The water was cold. The shoreline was rocky until the point were it became muddy. The water smelled like a...

Faith like a dill seed?

Faith, the size of a dill seed. What might it mean to have faith the size of a dill seed? “Plant a little dill one year, let it go to seed, and you will have dill in your garden year after year,” my step mom said as we worked in the garden when I was a kid. I know the...

Our Podcast

Faith at Home Listening Practice Psalm 100 (NCV)

We are listening to the voice of God and to what matters most to us as we join in a Listening Practice with Psalm 100. Read. Listen. Dialogue. Repeat.Would you believe what a difference this kind of practice can make to our everyday lives? Today, as we explore Psalm...

Faith at Home Listening Practice Psalm 99 (NCV)

Pause with us for an opportunity to feed your soul! As we listen to Psalm 99 and share in conversation about what we notice, our relationship with God grows. This Psalm is full of references to the natural world. Do you hear an invitation to join in saying "thank you"...

Faith at Home Listening Practice Psalm 98 (NCV)

What new thing are you being invited to in your relationship with God? As we listen our way through the Psalms, we grow our relationship with God and with one another. Psalm 98 is a prayer-poem full of metaphor, music, and invitations. What do you notice as you listen...

Faith at Home Listening Practice Psalm 97 (NCV)

Psalm 97 talks of God's goodness and power while asking us to turn to God and do right so we can be blessed. Is that what you hear? Is that what you experience? Sometimes the Psalms push us in directions we're uncomfortable with.

Faith at Home Listening Practice Psalm 96 (NCV)

Psalm 96 tells us to tell others of God's goodness and love and to let the natural world speak out about God's grace. What do you hear as you listen to this happy Psalm? Is God saying to you what the Psalm is saying? Or is God speaking other words in the midst of your...

Faith at Home: Listening Practice Psalm 95 (NCV)

When we listen to Psalm 95, we might be reminded of songs we have heard. Or we might notice the contrast in emotions between the beginning of the Psalm and the end of it. As we listen to the words of the Psalm and the whisper of the Divine through our thoughts and...