In the midst of Easter week there are seven facts you don’t want to miss. These facts are easy to overlook.
In a busy week of preparing for Easter Sunday service and getting my home ready for a family gathering, I find it helpful to remember what is real---whether seen or unseen.
We are called to find God in the midst of busy, noisy, demanding lives. How do we do that?
I’ve learned that there are many reasons to fast, there are different types of fasts, and that I’d rather not fast. However, two things will keep fasting as a spiritual discipline for me throughout the year:
I’d never given much thought to an old woman’s hands until I looked at my mother’s wrinkled ones covered with age marks.
Don't miss the Holy in the imperfect. This short clip pulls back the curtain on the imperfections in your family so you may cherish what is precious.
"Saint Patrick": a book that takes you beyond the shamrocks and beer of St. Patrick's Day and gives you a well researched overview of the historical Patrick.
Celtic Christians understood that finding the Holy in the daily meant harmonizing their lives with the rhythm of the Holy.
Some Sundays I’m just not in the mood to go to church. The mindset that keeps me trudging through the doors of regardless of my mood is my knowledge that church isn’t about me.
Where does one find the Holy in the midst of the flu and cold season? Here are 5 things you can do to get well soon and connect with the Holy.