Sitting around the breakfast table last year, I read through the story of the Annunciation with my children. We paused at the illustration and took in the details. Dirt floor. No windows. I asked, “Does this look like a poor person’s house or a rich person’s house?
I’ve learned over the years that letting go is one of the primary and most challenging practices of parenting. That’s especially true as my son flies away to begin adult life.
In the first century, a man named Paul worked as a community organizer building bridges across incredibly disparate people groups: slaves and slaveholders, women and men, historically […]
“This place has freed you. Now go and free others.” I am not sure if she will ever remember speaking those words to me, but those […]