In May of 2002, I wandered through the aisles of a Target. I probably needed laundry detergent, but instead was lingering over purses and sunglasses, […]
It’s time to be completely honest: my family hasn’t been attending church regularly. After thirteen years, we decided we needed a break. Over a year later, I’m ready for us to return. Will my family want to come with me?
I want the big, beautiful challenge that comes with the discipline of setting aside a full 24-hours for rest.
What we do now will affect those born a century from now.
This Pentecost, how counter-cultural would it be for the church to emphasize the gentleness of Christ’s gift of the spirit? Maybe he discovered that gentleness from his mother.
I asked our church’s youth what mattered to them.
This year we began homeschooling – and realized how seamlessly we could integrate faith.
I may not be a parent, but I sure am praying for you who are – especially as you have hard talks with teens.
Two weeks ago, I wrote a blog post questioning whether or not kids should be forced to attend church. The feedback was overwhelmingly in favor of taking kids to church, for a variety of reasons. If we say we want kids to come to church, then stop engaging them, our actions don’t match up with our words. Just what are we prepared to do to keep kids, teens, and young adults in church?
My son stunned me with the depth of his faith and passion for the teachings of Jesus.