When it comes to religion, "choose one" is no longer your only option. You can be spiritual-but-not-religious-or not particularly religious at all-yet still have a robust system of beliefs and values that guides you. Creating your own set of eclectic spiritual practices is not a sign that you are a faith-less person but rather a faith-ful person responding with honesty to an increasingly expanding world. If religiously attending church isn't helping you live out your values in everyday ways, becoming relig-ish may be the answer Rachelle Mee-Chapman's new book Relig-ish will help you: -Create a set of spiritual practices that fit into your daily life and honor the things you value most. Develop right-fit spiritual practices for yourself and your family outside of going to church. -Shake off harmful religious messages and embrace truths that won't damage yourself or your soul. -Build bridges towards your religious family members by identifying the common values that are the bedrock beneath your beliefs. -Discover that your soul is not at risk and you are not lost in your wondering, wandering post-church world.
About the Author Once upon a time Rachelle Mee-Chapman was an ordained minister. When the "faith of her fathers" started pinching around the middle, she made a shift. Her theme of "care for creative souls" touches everything she does, including mentoring clients who identify as formerly churched, spiritual but not religious, or [omitted who are just] creatively soulful. In 2009 Rachelle began hosting Flock, an online community to create right-fit spiritual practices rooted in their collective history, authentic to who they are today, and creative enough to grow with the members.