The work of the Transforming Hearts Collective is ministry, and all of us are spiritual leaders in different ways—via preaching, song leading, body-based practice, worship design, and more. Read on for a selection of the types of spiritual practice and leadership we offer.
All four collective co-leaders are experienced preachers and speakers in a diversity of faith and secular settings—from worship services to vigils to keynote presentations. One of us is an ordained minister and several of us consider ourselves lay ministers and/or itinerant preachers. We regularly preach on topics related to our collective's focus areas or specific to a particular context at hand.
Music is a spiritual practice that can deeply connect us to our hearts! Several collective co-leaders are singers, songwriters, and/or music leaders who bring their gifts forward in worship, workshops, and more.
Transforming hearts—our own and others'—requires skills such as mindfulness and compassion, which must be learned and practiced. Embodied spiritual practice is a key component of this work. Several collective co-leaders are experienced in leading heart-centered meditation, breathwork, movement practices, embodied prayer, and other spiritual practices, all designed to ground participants in their hearts and help build resilience for the work of transformational change.