Practical Faith

The traditional view of faith as an organized practice is supposed to be a bridge from the struggles of our everyday life to feelings of peace and resolution, but can sometimes be ethereal and nebulous and doesn’t always offer such a well-defined path.

Yet faith is indispensable. So how do we get around the boundaries of conventional faith to something we can practically apply in our everyday lives?

Life coach Mike Dupre proposes that processes produce faith.