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.
That little black book went every where with me. And one day, on a particularly scary day, it probably saved my sanity.
Our family is in church every Sunday. Except for one week this summer, when we weren’t.
Inwardly Digest, a new book exploring the spiritual lessons of the Book of Common Prayer, was just released. We’re giving away a copy… just comment on this post.
My dad didn’t just explain football to me—he and mom explained what was going on in church too: what we were doing and why it was important. Now I do the same.
By including Independence Day on our calendar of feasts, our church made me rethink the meaning of the Fourth of July.
Praying together was one of the ways my parents taught us what it meant to be family. Those childhood prayer practices still shape my life today.
How do you replenish your spirit when it gets low? Are you spending so much time on your children and your family’s health that you neglect your own?
Memorizing the Lord’s Prayer as a child enabled me to develop a line of communication with God. Now, I appreciate the traditions which enable God’s people, worn by the world, to be refreshed in His presence.
Saint Matthias, an Apostle, is remembered and honored today. Notable for being chosen to replace Judas among the Twelve, he is equally notable for thereafter […]