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Our most recent offerings

Publications are arranged chronologically with the most recent listed first.


Transformative Community: Transforming Our Narrative for These Times
by Mark Clarke, October 2022

In his last speech to Parliament, Winston Churchill talked not about politics but spirit.   “Spirit is what lies beyond our senses, thoughts, and feelings. Spirit is pure. Spirit is tranquil. Spirit is in harmony with truth… this is the essence of humanity – your true self or what I am calling your Inner Core” (Wadhwa 36). Churchill understood that an organization’s capacity to have an impact is rooted in its core corporate narrative.  The collective meaning experienced in the fundamental core is rooted in its mission, vision, and values. When simultaneously a group is faithful to this aspirational call, the world experiences them as having integrity and authenticity.

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The Gift of Vulnerability
by Hilary Musgrave, January 2022

As we celebrate the feast of the Epiphany, we take time to marvel and wonder at the mystery of the incarnation. One of the beautiful mysteries we encounter in the birth of Jesus is the vulnerability of God expressed in God’s total embrace of our humanity in Jesus.  The notion of a vulnerable God may be challenging for some.  However, when we look to Jesus; when we reflect on his life and his death, we begin to appreciate something of the nature and quality of God’s vulnerability. 

We know that each morning Jesus got up long before dawn to be with God. What happened in that prayer time? We know he was completely at home with God and shared his experiences with God. What would Jesus have said about his heartache at the suffering and pain he saw around him, or about the insincerity and hypocrisy of the spiritual leaders? (Matthew 23:1 – 12). What would he have shared with God about the affirmation he received from others (Luke 7:1 – 10) or about the criticism and judgements that were thrown at him? (Luke 6:7). What would Jesus have shared with God about refusing to help a Canaanite woman until she challenged him? (Matthew 15:21 – 28)  We see in the Garden of Gethsemane (Matthew 26:36 – 46) Jesus’ absolute fear and total vulnerability with God. What was the movement within him that empowered him to move from “let this chalice pass from me” to “not my will but yours be done”? (Matthew 26:39)


Transformative Community:
Rooted at the Intersection of Shared Leadership and the Learning Community  

by Mark Clarke, September 2021

Every meeting, gathering, and time together is an opportunity to learn, build capacity, and define the path forward. Each session is a sacred space for each individual to be still, listen to the group's movement, and discern the next steps. 

Transformative Communities co-create with God by providing a safe emotional container for engaging in dialogue, envisioning the future, and creating collective capacity for growth and development. Many contemporary religious communities experience this concept as a transformative process in pursuit of their charism and mission. These entities establish their internal cultures in a Shared Leadership and Learning Community framework and engage in ongoing discernment.  As an active Learning Community, the group explores emerging questions and growth areas that open the window to developing the next steps.

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Called to Love: A Charism for 21st Century Mystics and Prophets

by Debbie Asberry, July 2021

In this article,  Deborah Asberry explores ideas about modern mystics and invites readers into an exploration of the intersection of current movements and the evolution of prophetic life forms in our 21st-century world.

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Living and Leading Transformative Communities

In an Era of Societal Crisis

by Mark Clarke, March 2021

This article by Mark Clarke takes the transformative community and its leadership into a deeper place of living and being transformative agents in a time of crisis.


"As Transformative Communities enter this process of change, they must reaffirm their essence grounded in their charism and mission. This rootedness becomes the foundation for continual exploration of a shared direction, shared values, and shared meaning for these times. It summons the group to pursue a bold and engaging North Star that demands intense communal soul work fostered by learning through action."

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