All of the snippets of scripture that we hear in worship and sing in hymns “count” in my children’s Christian education.
I often find myself with 10 minutes in the carpool lane. Rather than scroll through my phone, I reach for my basket.
What we do now will affect those born a century from now.
A new book contains reflection and practical helps for the rite of sacramental reconciliation.
Concentrated time with Jesus and a faithful, beloved community such as the ones formed at camp are important for all of us.
Moving is once again making me realize: all of life is detaching from that which does not last forever and clinging to the good news in Christ.
I started to very intentionally work prayer into our daily conversation in ways that didn’t feel forced or hokey.
I made a handout to teach my parish the practice of Compline. I wasn’t sure quite what would happen when I took five home.
When modern people think about prayer, often we wonder “does prayer work?” But that question rests on false assumptions. Real prayer works – on us.
If I want to be able to absorb all the new life Easter has to offer – all the resistance it offers to the powers of sin in our broken world – I need the grace that comes with honest confession and repentance.