I feel a bit bad for the Magi this year.
There are many ways for your family to practice acts of kindness (much like Saint Francis did!) to animals, even if you don’t have pets in your home.
There’s plenty there to meditate on (and grow into) for a lifetime. And it’s definitely worth celebrating at home. Here are five ideas for your family – including a mix of fast, simple and elaborate ways to keep the feast of Pentecost.
One of the first Grow Christians’ post I remember reading is Making Room in the Basket for the Easter Story by Regina Walton.
Lent begins in less than a week. For the first time in three years, it actually feels like the beginning of a new season rather than a continuation of a pandemic-induced eternal Lent.
Households may be in a rhythm of setting aside extra space for God during the season of Advent and so these cards are an easy way to extend that space during the season of Christmas.
While I’m grateful for my kids’ spiritual maturation, I long for the tactical faith-at-home rituals of their younger years.
As the United States nears the 2022 midterms, I decided to create a new set of prayer stations to be used during this election season. These stations provide people with tangible ways to pray for our communities and leaders as we continue to navigate how to interact with each other in politically divided times.
I often hear, and have said myself, you can’t get to Easter Sunday without Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. But what about Holy Saturday?
As we enter into our third Lent of the pandemic, I’m grateful for the muscle memory and predictable patterns I have created for this season. T