Excavating the story of Saint George is a dizzying trip through western literature and English history—layer below layer below layer
Earlier this year I came across a Bible verse during my morning devotional reading that took me by surprise .“Grace be with all who love our Lord Jesus Christ with love incorruptible.” —Ephesians 6:24 (ESV)
Today is the feast of Saint Joseph, but before we talk about that, I need to share with you one of the best Christmas presents I received this year: a llama needle felting kit!
The day is finally here: October 27th. It’s the publication date for Growing Christians, the first book we created as the Grow Christians community. Last week I shared a sneak peek inside the book on the Feast of Saint Luke the Evangelist, and today I’d like to share why we wrote it.
A few years ago my daughter Sarah’s most treasured book was Rick Riordan’s retellings of Greek myths through the eyes of his character Percy Jackson.
A formerly homeschooled kid myself, I never felt the desire to homeschool my own children.
I reach out to fellow detail-watchers.
I was pretty clear with myself that I didn’t think it would be an easy practice to take on reading daily scripture together, I was hopeful. And, in fact, it has been a hope-sustaining and lovely time.
What happens when a youth group reads the Book of John for The Good Book Club? It’s hectic, chaotic, and perfect.
oday, the Episcopal Church commemorates Timothy and Titus, two companions of Saint Paul. Timothy and Titus were younger believers whom Paul entrusted with leadership responsibilities in the early Church. They were companions and fellow workers with Paul in ministry, but what strikes me most today is that they were also his spiritual children.