“While 3 feet of distance will be encouraged where possible, the priority…is the full return of students.”
Mary, Adoption, and Divinity
As time went by, I found myself growing bitter toward Mary. She was a woman, but she had no idea what it was to pray for a baby and then not be able to conceive one. She received divine intervention without even asking for it.
Faith, Science, and the Coolness of God
Listen, I’m not saying I once elevated a communion wafer with a robot arm. That would have been Inappropriate. People would be rightly concerned that such irreverence would cause Jesus to jump out of that wafer as fast as he jumped in.
Growing in the knowledge and love of God over the summer
As you make your plans for summer study or travel, for camps and play dates, consider making some time for summer formation as well. After all, your kids (at least) might have some extra time, and what better opportunity to grow in the knowledge and love of God?!
Science, Faith, and Chick-Fil-A
We were at Chik-Fil-A with my younger child for dinner. Earlier that day I had listened to a podcast that mentioned the Big Bang and I asked the kids if they knew about it. They both said no. So I explained the Big Bang and this is how the conversation went.
We Need Both Facts and Fairies
I believe in a world that is wider and deeper and bolder than the facts that I can quantify about my existence.