Now that my daughter has moved away with her mother, my methods for sharing faith have to change. My intentionality about doing so remains.
Archives for June 2016
There is no moment on earth when I met Jesus in the flesh, but like Peter and Paul in this image, I too stand at his feet.
When it comes to raising babies, you need all the help you can get. And I was raised by a four-square gospel choir of women.
Embody the love of God to my children? There are moments when I’m just trying to find the nearest hole into which I can crawl and hide.
Today we celebrate the feast of St. John the Baptist. If there is one thing he preached and practiced, it was the grace of God — which has practical consequences for us.
The Episcopal Church celebrates the feast of St. Peter and St. Paul on June 29th. Through the forgiveness Jesus gave Peter and the conversion Paul experienced, we are reminded to have hope for ourselves and those we love.
Walking a labyrinth taught me about God’s presence in our parenting journeys.
Two simple prayers: “Help me, help me, help me.” and “Thank you, thank you, thank you.” have sustained my parenting.
A fresco and a recipe offer inspiration for celebrating the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist at home.
As we see the green Sundays of Ordinary Time stretching out before us, I am so very ready to focus on slow growth.