Bodies are whole and holy; both our own and those of others are to be treasured and respected.
Unlike the other gospelwriters, Luke includes the events surrounding and supporting the birth of Christ.
I asked my girls what they think my husband and I did to nurture their friendship. They attribute their love for each other to some of our core values.
Special days aren’t just for Advent and Lent, they happen throughout the year. By observing just a few, we enrich our faith, and the faith of our family.
Imagine an annual spring tradition in which you plant basil seeds in an herb garden while retelling the story of Helena digging up her own basil and finding Jesus’ cross.
Jesus does wonders with that still space we make in our hearts and makes it enough—more than enough—to carry us wherever we need to go.
By sharing in our brokenness, we find healing. We find God.
This week, the annual business meeting and conference of The Union of Black Episcopalians is taking place in New Jersey. I can’t help but reflect on my past years attending UBE as a child and teenager. I waited for it all year.
Mary Magdalene proclaimed to the Apostles and to the world the work of the risen Christ in her life.
My daughter would start with the memorized prayer, then go “off script” and talk to God. She learned to pray.