Born a member of the Ojibwe people in Canada, Enmegahbowh’s name means “he who prays for his people while standing.” While his name most certainly […]
St. Barnabas, one of the earliest Apostles, is mostly a supporting actor in the story of the early church. In the drama of those first […]
At some point I was told that adults were the only ones with true wisdom and knowledge. And then I became an adult and a […]
Philip and James aren’t the most well known of the Twelve Apostles, so what can we learn from them? For one thing, they left everything and followed Jesus. Could you do that?
This scene feels like my life in the times when I have more things to do than there is time to do them.
Following Jesus takes a heap of patience.
Jesus builds his church on the confession of a man with a sketchy record when it comes to firm faith.
I want my kids to be tender with the vulnerable and disadvantaged, serving their neighbor with compassion. I also want them to be able to share the Good News of how God is working in their lives.
Jesus doesn’t scold or question Thomas; instead, he offers Thomas exactly what he needs.
The key to expanding our traditions and journeying joyfully into the church year is three fold – flexibility, simplicity and repeatability.