My daughters, raised on Godly Play, are now drifting away from the Bible. What can I do?
Archives for August 2016
My relationship with my grandparents planted some of the seeds for my adult conversion to Christianity.
As we sit on the floor and color a Bible illustration together, I can ask him some questions about that Bible story.
Each of us has a “fig tree” moment wherein the trajectory of our lives is altogether different because Christ notices us.
To wrap our children in cotton and insulate them from reality, from the hard and jagged edges of life, is to do them a deep disservice—because Jesus shows up in those hard places.
Celebrating 100 posts and 75,000 pageviews this month with a new Archives page.
It helps to remember: we are all the Body of Christ, and the hem of his garment.
One of the fundamentals of our faith is that we believe God created the world. God created for six days, and on the seventh day, […]
St. Bartholomew reminds us that when we support our children’s participation in church youth programs, they will be transformed by their connection to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
In this image, the Blessed Virgin Mary is taller than the Devil, stronger than the Devil, smiling as she fights the Devil – and she is winning.