Silence and Solitude

In an attention deficit society, the need for silence is deafening. Richard Rohlheizer has suggested that “we are distracting ourselves to oblivion.”

In such a culture as this, the spiritual discipline of “silence and solitude” is more important than ever before. In this brilliant talk, John Mark Comer from Bridgetown Church describes this practice in detail, compelling us to slow down, decompress, and appreciate God without distraction.