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.
I asked our church’s youth what mattered to them.
I want my children to see me seeing them, not gazing with adoration into a screen.
By building intentionality into our days, my girls and I make time to enjoy God’s creation.
St. Philip and St. James are almost unknown people. Yet clearly they mattered to Jesus.
I taught my granddaughter the Easter “Alleluia” and the message of the season.
Digging in the dirt and encouraging something to grow changes how we think about God, time, and our lives.
Even though Mark, Peter and Paul were direct followers of Jesus Christ, they had issues. The light of Christ still shone though.
This Earth Day, I’m remembering the birth of a new ministry. It was surprisingly like becoming a mom.