In a short life of 33 years, Saint Catherine of Siena never seems to have wasted a moment.
Merry Christmas, friends. For our household, this morning feels like we’ve finally reached the finish line of the most grueling ultramarathon race in history. Today we are putting aside the hallmarks of our 2020: anxiety, despair, and decision fatigue, so we can make room for twelve full days of joy and Jesus.
Last fall sometime, I declared our family’s Bible passage to be Hebrews 12:1-3 for the school year. I chose it mostly for our oldest son, who in fourth grade, was continuing to struggle to find motivation.
Thanks to his sermon at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the world knows who Bishop Michael Curry is and knows his message. On my social media feeds, a question keeps coming up again and again: What do we do now? There are lots of things we can do, so let’s start at home.
We’re only two weeks into Lent but it seems like we’ve integrated a new habit into our lives.
Today, Christians around the world rejoice and give thanks. Why? The answer is captured in this short video created by the Acts 8 Movement in nine […]
Today is Ash Wednesday – the official beginning to Lent. You might have noticed that even though Grow Christians is meant to be a Lenten […]