Our four-year-old granddaughter enjoyed retelling the Christmas story. So did I – until it took an unexpected turn.
There are many fun and simple ways to celebrate the feast of Epiphany at home.
Celebrating Christmas for all twelve days helped our family – first, after a divorce, and now, with our grandchildren.
As a grandparent, I’m called to embody the light of God to my grandkids. One way I do this is through sharing children’s books that pass on essential values.
Don’t be shy about talking with your own children about angels. They may know more than you do.
Angels appear in about half the books of the Bible and are mentioned over 300 times. They fulfill the function of gateway – or bridge – between heaven and earth.
Angels are integral to the story of salvation presented in Scripture. What do they mean to us today?
It helps to remember: we are all the Body of Christ, and the hem of his garment.
Icons have become part of my faith journey over the years. They can speak to the children among us as well.
The practice of gratitude – rooted in Scripture, lived out daily – is worth cultivating at home.