Why not give more?
As our daughters grow, we have engaged in many conversations around our family values.
Celebrating Saint Valentine’s Day with Children
We know very little for certain about the historical Saint Valentine, but these three things are undisputed
Saint Peter and the Pressure to Be the Rock
I bet there is a “strong one” in your family: the rock on whom the rest of your family can depend.
Changing Diapers, Changing Lives
remember the days like the remnants of a dream.
What we know to do
“Why do you always do the work in the kitchen at church? Why not Dad?”
A lunch bag, a water bottle, and an empty tissue box
Not one person in my life would accuse me of being chronically organized.
Preparing our household for Allhallowtide
When suffering and grief inevitably find them, I want my children to be able to access the rituals of Allhallowtide
Is God Keeping Track?
The pandemic threw us all out of our routines. Try though we may, our family has struggled to re-establish the weekly patterns we held dear before masks, social distancing, and home antigen tests became part of our daily lives
Help My Unbelief
Since the horrific day in Uvalde, Texas on May 24, life has seemed harder. I have had quite the struggle leaning into my faith — not to understand what took place, but to gain a hold of the hope that typically defines my heart.