You can introduce her to this friendship by helping your child to pray.
We want to give our children the world! So often what we end up giving them is continued complicity in the world’s model of desire and scarcity. Our faith teaches something better.
We give our children an invaluable and timeless gift when we practice prayer with them.
Our children have been receiving the Eucharist since Baptism—and yet they still need instruction in what that means.
We have transitioned away from “cute” to… toeing the line of scary.
How many of our current events—in politics or in our church deliberations—get stuck in frustrating stalemates?
What follows this verse in Philippians is a reminder that if we follow the practices mentioned in this chapter, the God of peace will be with us.
One would think, after my own experience, that I’d be ultra careful with my own kids’ scriptural education.
I have read through the Bible, cover to cover, probably three times so far.
My dad always says, “Nothing will change in your life if you do not read the Bible.” I believe this is true.