About Threshold Times
Welcome to Threshold Times, a newsletter from me, Karen Hering, about finding our way through personal and global change. If you’re encountering significant change in your life or you’re simply interested in following my writing and future programming, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber and keep reading to learn more about what that entails.
It’s true, isn’t it? That we’re all living in “threshold times.” Times of so much shifting on our shared planet, in our nations and communities, our homes and identities. We’re all living on the cusp of change, some days trembling with the uncertainty of it all and other days brimming with hope that all this change might just lead to a better world and a better way of living in it together.
I have launched this newsletter in my belief that the real power and promise of threshold times is dynamic, generative and collaborative. Drawing from and building upon my new book, Trusting Change: Finding Our Way through Personal and Global Transformation, I offer Threshold Times subscribers reflections, video messages and online programs, hoping that you will join me in making change more trustworthy by engaging it together.
Threshold Times subscribers will receive newsletter posts and video messages, delivered directly to your inbox, as well as access to online programs of guided writing and conversation, invitations to listen to your own truths and to share questions and wisdom alike with one another. Subscribers also receive notices of my upcoming retreats and programs (online and in person events) that are open to the public. If you want to follow or support my work on and off the page, I hope you’ll use the button below to sign up.
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I’m the author of Trusting Change: Finding Our Way through Personal and Global Transformation and Writing to Wake the Soul: Opening the Sacred Conversation Within. For many years, I have led a literary ministry offering an earlier newsletter, “Faithful Words,” and retreats, programs and classes that engage writing as spiritual practice and a tool for healing and social action. Ordained to Unitarian Universalist ministry, I have also served as a chaplain and a congregational minister. More information about me, my books and programs is available at karenhering.com.
I hope you’ll join me in this new venture. Your participation provides important encouragement and will also help me learn what offerings are most needed now. Together, let’s discover how we might make use of these threshold times, where we might go and what new possibilities might come into being as we support one another.