I am absolutely fascinated when people in the Bible are picked up and moved by the Holy Spirit.
The Good Book Club helps us make connections with Scripture stories, our own stories, our family story, and with one another.
We are going too fast, with too many commitments, in too many places.
I’m committed to raising kids not just to go to church, but to understand they ARE the church. Luke and Acts tells exactly that story.
I know that for my family to engage in a Lenten practice it needs to be simple and achievable.
Today, Rachel Jones introduces the Good Book Club. Stay tuned! Next, Melody Shobe will walk you through getting ready with young children.
I want my kids to be tender with the vulnerable and disadvantaged, serving their neighbor with compassion. I also want them to be able to share the Good News of how God is working in their lives.
My kids shared something in common, peacefully – and I caught a glimpse of the kingdom of God.
My daughter has outgrown her bold statements. But now I miss her brutal honesty.
The musical’s haunting refrain inspires my gratitude for St. Luke’s ministry of storytelling.