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spirituality for those left behind
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Our memories—good and bad— form us spiritually.

Explore the power of memory and find practices to bring your memories to God for spiritual transformation.

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Curiosity is essential
to growth.

When we make curiosity a spiritual practice, we open up to new ways of knowing God and knowing ourselves as well.


How are your memories shaping you?




This beautifully written, honest book is full of much-needed wisdom. Prepare to be changed.

- James Bryan Smith, author of The Good and Beautiful God

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We walk through life, gathering memories like shells on the beach.

The truth is our memories make us who we are. Without our memories, our sense of self falls apart. If that’s true, then what does God have to do with the painful and poetic scenes from our past that make us who we are? 

Casey Tygrett brings insights and practices that help us engage with our memories with Jesus and find redemption for those scenes deeply embedded within us.



Casey Tygrett, with deep insight and a sharp pen, leads us more deeply into what God is revealing to us through our personal and communal stories and how embracing those stories leads us forward.

Sean Palmer, teaching pastor, Ecclesia Houston 


I love this book. Casey offers a simple yet life-altering invitation: to remember.

Catherine McNiel, author of Long Days of Small Things 


Becoming Curious 

A Spiritual Practice of Asking Questions

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Curiosity is essential to growth.

A little curiosity moves us deeper into the lives of the people around us. A little curiosity leads to opportunities we never knew existed. A little curiosity helps us understand our own strange emotions. A little curiosity, if focused on Jesus, will make us more like him.

"There's a difficult line to walk between what we need to know and what falls into the realm of mystery. Walking that line often wears on our nerves and causes incredible tension, and so we settle for easy answers. We stop asking questions. We give up. We begin to lose the one thing that fiercely energizes the transformation of our souls―something beautiful, poetic, joyful, and happily disruptive: curiosity.”"

When we make curiosity a spiritual practice, we open up to new ways of knowing God and knowing ourselves as well.

Come and discover the power of asking questions.



Casey talks Curiosity

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