I typically welcome the shorter days that accompany the season of Advent. Less daylight should theoretically translate to fewer distractions and more snuggling on the couch, under fleece blankets with warm cups in hand.
Pandemic Parenting: Letting Our Children Form Us
The choices our adult children make might surprise us. Be ready for anything and open to the Spirit.
Perpetua’s Challenge to Rethink Adulthood
When did you become an adult? Was there a moment, an inbreath as a child followed by a grownup outbreath?
The Evolution of Our Family’s Ash Wednesday Observance
My very first Ash Wednesday as a baptized member of the Episcopal Church was February 13, 2013. My husband was at home that evening with our infant son, John Paul, and I was at church alone. I
The Sweetest Yes
We are entering one of my most dreaded times: college acceptance season.
My mother and I read and discuss the Bible together.
I have read through the Bible, cover to cover, probably three times so far.
Soul-deep friendships can start in church – and last for a lifetime.
I met them when we volunteered together through an Episcopal program. They’ve shown me the love of God for almost two decades.
I tried “Free Listening.” I rediscovered that listening is priceless.
I went out on Free Listening Day not sure what would happen. I was reminded of what matters most.