Palm Sunday will be here in just a few short days and I am not ready for it. I’m not ready for Holy Week as a priest, as a parent, or as an individual person trying to follow Christ. And yet, it’s coming.
God provides many opportunities for families to explore the breadth and depth of our faith as we practice social distancing. Follow the Way of Love as we continue to practice faith at home in uncertain times.
“My greatest desire,” Emily Malbone Morgan wrote, “has always been to make tired people rested and happy.”
This year Episcopal Relief & Development partnered with Grow Christians for their annual Lenten Meditation book.
“Yes, I understand you are hikers, but have you ever backpacked in the desert?”
What happens when a youth group reads the Book of John for The Good Book Club? It’s hectic, chaotic, and perfect.
Students found the idea of a week in silence more alarming than a week detoxing from substance abuse, but as full time high school English teachers, my husband and I treasured the time in silence and prayer.
Modern parenting has no shortage of overthinking things, and in particular, no shortage of overthinking holiday celebrations.
Each year, the Good Book Club invites Christians to read one book of the Bible from start to finish. For those of us accustomed to hearing short passages of scripture from different sections of the Bible each Sunday in the lectionary, it can be a powerful experience to consider a book of the Bible in its entirety.
A few years ago, I received an electronic Christmas card from a friend who had always sent a paper one.