A reflection about Advent and our hope that Jesus Christ came to save the world from sin and will indeed complete his work of doing so.
Jesus’ return will usher in the ultimate salvation and renewal of all things, but waiting on his coming can distract us from our current purpose.
We inispire other people to offer greater thanksgiving to God when we demonstrate our love and generosity with acts of kindness.
The Apostle Paul gave us five new attitudes to develop as believers so that we could have healthier, stronger relationships with one another.
I have hope that, in spite of the feelings of darkness and loneliness, God is present. And that’s a hope I will hang onto. And I hope that you do, too.
If we could choose our circumstances, we would avoid discomfort every time, and miss out on some amazing opportunities for growth.
There are a ton of commandments in the Bible, but when Jesus launched his new movement, he boiled God’s expectations down to one – love.
It’s by establishing the right daily habits that we aim ourselves in a healthy trajectory for the future. Our habits make us who we are becoming.
Lectio divina (“divine reading”) dates back to the earliest centuries of Christian history and is a way of reading the Bible while listening to the Spirt.
Our faith is a way of expanding our perception and understanding of who God is and what God is doing, which leads us to wholeness.
Podcast Episode #006: Three Phases of the Spiritual Life: Construction, Deconstruction, and Reconstruction
Deconstruction is just part of the journey. In fact, it’s not the first or the last part. It is, in fact, the middle part of our life’s spiritual journey.
A memorial to those whose lives were lost on 9/11, September 11, 2001, and a lesson for every one of us about remembering we are not invincible.