This year, I want to slow down and savor the Advent season.
What I loved the most about revisiting Narnia was, once again, getting lost in the story.
Something that gives me strength through my most trying times is my devotion to a set of treasured verses that serve as my guiding light and source of solace.
As we gear up for school and prepare for the effort and pace that comes with doing more, this is also a time to pause and set our spiritual intentions.
If you have a young child, you may not realize it, but your home is probably full of process art.
Our daughter came into the world with a large head, a conspicuous tuft of bright red hair, and a deep stubborn streak which clearly has no relation to her biological parentage.
“Why do you always do the work in the kitchen at church? Why not Dad?”
Our food is a constant reminder of both the goodness and the brokenness of God’s creation.
I find it fitting that the church calendar celebrates the Feast of Saint James in July, as every person in my Facebook feed seems to be spending this month on pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago.
I’m on vacation for a little while.. a great time to work on some spiritual practices that have become important to me in recent weeks and months.