Today we celebrate the Feast of the Visitation, when Mary goes to visit her older cousin, Elizabeth after accepting the call to carry and give birth to Jesus. Just why do we celebrate this event? Where’s our place in the story? Let’s find it.
Archives for May 2017
From fast and simple to involved and edifying, five ways to celebrate Pentecost at home.
In sharing our memories, we will laugh until we cry, and then cry until we laugh.
When I look back at my life, what felt like random stumbling at the time now appears ordered and planned, as if someone far bigger and wiser than I is holding the reins.
Jerusalem Jackson Greer’s new book At Home in this Life shares her honest struggle to find God right where she is – instead of in the life of her dreams.
As a mother, I teach my children about the resurrection. And also – my daughter teaches me.
What my altar looks like today, how Lent Madness at home turned out, and some summer reading plans.
My kids shared something in common, peacefully – and I caught a glimpse of the kingdom of God.
How do you teach your kids and teens to be thankful? How do you practice forgiveness? I’ve find practicing forgiveness and thankfulness much like choir or cello practice. It takes a lot of work, and the work never seems to end. And I don’t just mean for our kids.
I asked our church’s youth what mattered to them.