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.
Well, I feel like I need to come clean: I failed.
What does it means to be a follower of Jesus when authoritarian leaders co-opt the gospel of peace for their own agenda of war and oppression?
This Lent, I hope to clear out some of the noise that prevents me from paying attention.
Worshiping with kids under 5 has never been easy…and during the pandemic it is even more difficult.
Yesterday’s Feast of the Epiphany marked the return of The Good Book Club.
The gospel lesson assigned for today’s Feast of Saint Luke the Evangelist has one of my favorite scripture moments.
Much of how we understand Christianity today was decided in the 4th century CE
Spiderman’s real name was Peter Parker, and the wit and brains were a part of Peter before he became Spiderman. That gave me hope. I was sort of a dorky, nerdy kid, and if a kid like Peter could become something great, then maybe I could, too.
In Matthew 25:14-30, Jesus tells the Parable of the Talents. The parable is about a master who entrusts his property to three servants according to the abilities of each one.