Where joy and courage come together we will be able to share the Good News of Easter.
As we begin a new year in the church, let us make a new years resolution of welcome.
Let’s try to understand the Trinity with our hearts.
The Holy Spirit helps us listen…and truly hear.
We are a liminal people, because we know that that is where growth and change happen.
We are Mary. We are Joseph. We bring Christ alive in the world. We protect and nurture all that is holy.
Anyone who has ever known a kid has had the experience of reading the same story over and over and over again. And then reading it a few hundred more times. This is a story book that was a favorite of both my daughters. I read it about a million times. It’s called Guess How…
Right after Thanksgiving, the Christmas music started on the radio (And of course, we’ve been hearing it in the stores and shopping malls since Halloween!). I waited and I waited, but I never heard my favorite Christmas song. The title is When Love Came Down. It was written in 1999 by a songwriter named Chris…
If we look closely at the world, we can see two timelines unfolding side by side, moment by moment. First, you have the worldly timeline. We all know about that one. It’s the one that brings us headlines about bombings in Paris and in Bangladesh. It’s where we hear about mass shootings in Colorado Springs….
Nearly every year, I find myself standing with a bunch of other parents partaking in a familiar Easter ritual—the Easter egg hunt. We wait while the children are split into age groups and then for the organizers to give the signal that starts the search. It got me to thinking about my older daughter’s first…