Visiting holy spaces helps us find the wonder and beauty of God in unfamiliar surroundings.
Family visits can be a pilgrimage into the heart of love and acceptance, not perfect like God’s love, but a great reflection.
We can pattern our lives at home after the pattern we see in the liturgy.
I expected to like Wonder Woman. I didn’t. But I loved what my son told me during the movie.
We were eating a “Secret Daddy Treat.” Somehow it became a sacred moment.
Adults talk a lot to children. We teach and tell, instruct and correct, admonish and encourage. What would we learn if we listened?
I have to tend the beds of my heart, and weed out the garbage that threatens the tender vines and leaves of my life that God has called to be fruitful.
Kristin Schell wanted to extend hospitality to strangers. When a picnic table was deposited in her front yard, she suddenly saw how to begin.
In sharing our memories, we will laugh until we cry, and then cry until we laugh.
What my altar looks like today, how Lent Madness at home turned out, and some summer reading plans.