Our food is a constant reminder of both the goodness and the brokenness of God’s creation.
Giving thanks is no small thing. It requires a conversion of heart.
We want to give our children the world! So often what we end up giving them is continued complicity in the world’s model of desire and scarcity. Our faith teaches something better.
How widely are Episcopal parents teaching the meaning of Eucharist? (Honest question.)
Our children have been receiving the Eucharist since Baptism—and yet they still need instruction in what that means.
What does it mean to keep the feast?
Feasting is not the same as gluttony. In fact, thoughtful, Christian feasting is in many ways gluttony’s opposite.
Our family’s food choices matter because of our faith.
Not long ago, I was a farmer. These days, it seems like a victory just to get dinner on the table.