Today, as we celebrate the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, we honor all the embraces throughout history between women through whom God is still at work.
Archives for May 2016
If you’ve ever watched a little seedling nose its way up through the earth like a tiny miracle, then you know what it’s like to witness the power of God working through us in ways more impossible than you could imagine.
I provided my adult daughter with a faith foundation. Now, she’s telling me it made a difference.
The Episcopal Church celebrates the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary on May 31. How might you prepare to celebrate the feast at home?
As parents and caregivers, our children are our guests as they learn to find their way through life.
Parenting a child with special needs is living with the beloved child you have and not the one you had imagined.
I want to be in a place that embraces all people, including young, wiggly, wandering ones, as a blessing, not a burden.
I don’t ever want my children to think for one second that love and grace have to be earned.
We see many images on Pentecost: tongues of fire, winged doves. But what the Bible actually says is slightly different from what we see – and helps me in my parenting.
How can we tell our kids the whole story of Scripture – not bit by bit as moral fables, but as a big story which is also their own?