At Epiphany we celebrate that Jesus came as the savior of the whole world.
As the detritus of Christmas surrounds us, where do we see Jesus?
Jesus doesn’t scold or question Thomas; instead, he offers Thomas exactly what he needs.
This will be the first Christmas in my life I did not spend with my daughter.
One Advent, completely by accident, Christmas carols became part of the bedtime routine. And we were glad.
We do not keep elves on any of our shelves to send behavior reports to the North Pole. Christ came for us while we were yet on the naughty list.
The key to expanding our traditions and journeying joyfully into the church year is three fold – flexibility, simplicity and repeatability.
When we make family formation a fraught exercise, we work against our own desires.
I must have forgotten to share my peace and joy-filled plan with the kids.
The best kinds of gifts are those that foster faith.