We are Body Oak Cliff!

empowering you to embody God's love in the everyday

Embodying the Love of God

What do we mean by "embodying love"?

And why does it matter?

Empowering You in the Everyday

Where do you feel stuck today?

Let's take a step forward together.

"The work of Body Oak Cliff has given me ways to look
at my life and the habits that were forming my way of living.

     This has allowed me to do some of the harder soul-work
that it’s easy to neglect when serving others."


FATHER PAUL WHEATLEY
St. Augustine's Episcopal

"My entire household functions at a higher level

thanks to the work I've done through Body Oak Cliff."  


RACHEL KRAMER
Mentoring Coordinator | Mercy Street

"My journey of self-awareness and of learning

how to live a fully-alive life has only just begun...

   ...but my heart has surely been radically changed!"


JESSE BARTLETT
Teacher | The Kessler School

Reflections & Stories

The Slow Path from Panic to Peace

By Deborah Pulis | December 5, 2018

Two days before Thanksgiving I had a panic attack. I didn’t know it was a panic attack at the time, but when I described the symptoms to a friend – elevated heart rate for days on end, extreme muscle tension, chest pain, the inability to calm my body even when my brain knew I wasn’t…

Evangelism (or not) in the Workplace

By Guest Contributor | May 16, 2018

Photo by Jason Betz on Unsplash Guest post by Rachel Kramer [Rachel grew up in a family of pastors in rural Wisconsin and has worked in non-profit ministry for the past decade. Three months ago she began an experiment in community engagement by working as a Starbucks barista.] I think it is safe to say…

The Strength of Love: A Reflection on Becoming Joel’s Second Wife

By Deborah Pulis | May 9, 2018

Over the past year and a half, I have gotten a crash course in non-dualistic thinking. What is non-dualistic thinking? It’s the ability to hold two things in your mind that seem contradictory, the ability to feel two things in your heart that feel antithetical to one another. Take the classic theological question: How could…