#6 Micha Boyett On Learning to See How Jesus Sees


You’ll love this interview with author and activist Micha Boyett. She and her family live in San Francisco, CA.

Micha Boyett, author of Found, talks motherhood, raising a son with Down Syndrome, and what it looks like to be a good neighbor in San Francisco. Don’t miss her helpful tips on practicing to see the way Jesus sees -- even when you’re in the school pick-up line.

Here’s a bit more about our guest: Micha Boyett is a poet, activist and author of the book, Found: A Story of Questions, Grace and Everyday Prayer. She has an MFA and writes on spiritual formation, down syndrome and motherhood. She hosts The Lucky Few podcast which focuses on changing the narrative about Down Syndrome.


It’s Micha’s practice. → Create a visual clue for the change you want to see.

Try grabbing a sticky note right now. Write a word, phrase, or portion of scripture that you want to meditate on. (For me, I’m putting a bright pink sticky note on the fridge that says “breathe.” so that when the noise of four small kids gets too much, I’ll remember that breathing is one way we rewire those neurons)!

So grab a sticky note, put on a word or phrase and put it where you’ll see it. Let me know how it goes!

It’s one small way to begin to take the ideas we want to embody -- like peace, love, and kindness -- and begin to make a practice of them.


Micha’s website: https://www.michaboyett.com/

The Lucky Few Podcast: www.theluckyfewpodcast.com/

Twitter: @michaboyett

Link to purchase Micha’s book, Found: https://amzn.to/2SsFZBY

Link to purchase No Drama Discipline: https://amzn.to/2QDlnK4

Link to purchase The Whole-Brained Child: https://amzn.to/2SuidWf


Listen in to this episode on the gift of Down Syndrome and paying attention: @michaboyett on @aahales’ #FindingHolyPodcast https://apple.co/2UeqNdd

“Spiritual discipline is sometimes about retraining our brains.” —@michaboyett on #findingholypodcast with @aahales: https://apple.co/2UeqNdd

“The smallest choices are usually the ones that effect you the most.” —@michaboyett on #findingholypodcast with @aahales: https://apple.co/2UeqNdd

“Spiritual discipline is always going to be a practice.” —@michaboyett on #findingholypodcast with @aahales: https://apple.co/2UeqNdd

“Thanksgiving is always the heart of change.” —@michaboyett on #findingholypodcast with @aahales: https://apple.co/2UeqNdd


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