Last week, as priests and pastors and children’s ministers and people of all stripes working in churches attempted to make sense of the miraculous healing at the heart of the lectionary, some extremely important questions came up.
I love everything about this new season of Epiphany—chalking the doors, eating King Cake, wearing crowns, and reflecting on the light.
I want to turn our attention to the short story in Luke’s Gospel, when Jesus goes missing.
All Hallows’ Eve offers us an invitation unlike anything else in our culture.
Sure, this is an absolutely absurd approach to reading scripture, and yet it has the potential to highlight a word that is often overlooked and underappreciated.
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.