Leading in the way of Jesus is beautiful and incredibly vulnerable.
We experience both joy and despair, fulfillment and loss, growth and disillusionment. Emotional cuts and bruises are inevitable, yet few of us know how to practice a spirituality that identifies, receives, and heals our pain. We need practices that anchor us in the love of God so hearts do not harden and our pain does not morph into resentment and bitterness. Emotionally healthy practices help us care for our own souls and lead from a deep empathy.
Join Evette Alexander, Matt Alexander & Lori Ruffin Thursday March 21 @ 12 PM EST for our March free webinar as we explore five emotionally healthy practices that help us stay present to the Spirit, honest about our emotions, and attentive to the pain of others.
This header showcases a few main aspects of our bar styling options—but certainly not all!
First, we have a transparent, "absolute" bar overhanging everything. That bar is the one that houses this off canvas area.
Then, we have our last visible bar that houses our logo and navigation. This bar becomes sticky as you scroll down the screen, and also shrinks to a specified ratio of its original size. Notice how the links maintain their positioning and the logo scales automatically. Also, we've turned on our "content scrolling" for this bar, allowing its contents to be scrolled horizontally on smaller screens, a pattern we're seeing much more of on mobile devices these days.
Finally, as you scroll further down the page, you'll notice a final sticky bar slide in...from out of nowhere! This utilizes our "initially hidden" option, which allows you to bring in content further down a page as needed, perfect for the calls to action in our example.