Who knows where the gospel will go, where it will take root and flourish? Yet we must be willing to proclaim it in our words and deeds just as the Sower scatters seed.
When the daily grind is off to a rough start, where do we find God?
Uh-Oh… just about the time we are enjoying our Great Fifty days of Easter along comes a triduum of penance. How could that be? Well, chalk it up to a series of very unfortunate events in the 5th century and Charlemagne.
There are people who are definitely in Christ. It shines out of them, this Christ-light, and it extends outward to a world that needs to see that light.
Who is beautiful and unique and needs to be cherished and kept safe today?
In those moments when I am not worrying about being clothed and fed I am freed from most of my fears. I am loosed to be connected with all those humans around the globe who are struggling.
This morning’s Psalm gives the day ahead a burning significance.
For me, this passage reminds me that it is easier to hear God, if I am still and listen. It is difficult to hear if I am always the one doing the talking.
Embracing embarrassing moments can be good practice for discipleship.
There are only 22 days left in The Great Fifty. Are you ready for Pentecost?
by Linda Ryan “The man who cannot accept the possibility of complete, radical, personal failure in the carrying out…
Many of us are a lot closer to “adultery” than we think.
Here is the challenge for Christian community in this time of fear and uncertainty. We are called to truly love one another. Do we companion one another as we grow deeper and deeper in relationship with the living God?
Today we can bring our whole selves, rather than some gender-restricted version of ourselves, to our ministries–just like Paul and his fellow apostles.
Might, at some point in our life, we have some sort of experience of reckoning, of those episodes of blindnesses to our own 21st century forms of idol worship