I’ve spent a long time pondering what universal human experience the story of the Transfiguration is trying to tell us.
Sometimes, Easter comes a little too soon.
Shouldering is a way of moving upwards, out of the darkness and into the light. Not unlike human shoulders that shrug and scrunch, sometimes toward the ears and sometimes back down toward the belly, when a vegetable is good and ready it will scrunch and shoulder toward the sky.
The Samaritan woman, whom the orthodox church names Saint Photini, carries a burden of shame along with her water jar as she walks the through heat and dust.
I want to turn our attention to the short story in Luke’s Gospel, when Jesus goes missing.
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.
I have been thinking about Jesus’ life on earth and trying to wrap my head around what his life might have been like.
What is your favorite day in the Church Year? Christmas? Easter? Pentecost? All Saints?
Does anyone ever answer with Ascension Day?
Over the past few months, our three sons have engaged in sibling fighting so much more so than ever before.