Early on, I was drawn to the beginning chapters of the Gospel of John that read like poetry, ‘In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.’
Jesus not only called Matthew to be a disciple, but received many of his friends and associates with kindness and acceptance.
What is the cross of Christ, if not an instrument of death transformed into beauty?
The first Episcopal Church I ever attended regularly—and the church that changed my entire course of my life—was St. Bartholomew’s in Atlanta, GA.
I’ve spent a long time pondering what universal human experience the story of the Transfiguration is trying to tell us.
Healing. Connection. Belonging. Love. These are the words of Pentecost.
Mary must have been so frightened.
As you prepare for worship, whether it’s today or a future Sunday, I invite you to take a few moments to consider some of the symbols we use for Jesus in our church buildings
When my kids were younger, my husband and I did a lot of faith-at-home practices throughout the year.
While his martyrdom is certainly dramatic, what is most interesting to me about James is the controversy surrounding his relationship to Jesus.