Will We Ever Have Enough?

By Erin Lane, September 22, 2015

“Too often we become addicted to discontent — always wanting more. Never having enough,” writes Erin Lane. What does it mean to have enough? Lane explores this question in the context of scripture, the natural world, and our human interactions. (Photo: Lisa L. Wiedmeier, Creative Commons)

About the Author

Erin S. Lane is the author of "Lessons in Belonging from a Church-Going Commitment Phobe" and co-editor of "Talking Taboo," an anthology of writing by young Christian women on the intersection of faith and gender. Confirmed Catholic, raised Charismatic, and married to a Methodist, she facilitates retreats for clergy and congregational leaders through the Center for Courage & Renewal. To find more of her writing, visit www.erinslane.com. See Erin Lane's website.

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