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I’d like to think I’m more grateful and aware of God’s abundant blessings than the Israelites were but then I have to stop and ask myself…am I?
How are we supposed to love one another…Pope Francis recently raised the bar so take a minute with this post and see what we are truly called to!
Deacon Tom Fox shares the impact one woman's prayer had (and continue to has) on his ministry as a deacon.
Ebeth Weidner asks, "When you are at the lowest of your moods, how do you have faith? Where does that ability to have faith come from?"
What is the point of our Lenten penance?
Lori Hadorn-Disselkamp remembers a friend who loved God, creation and her garden.
A Hands-On Prayer Craft for Lent: My hope is that the repetitive and flowing lines in this design will be the perfect companion to meditative Lenten prayer.
Things aren’t the most important. People are the most important. Things can be replaced, and people can’t. People matter more than things. Always. This is supposed to be true. Mothers, especially, are supposed to know this. Certainly,
There is green beneath the snow and ice. There is life beyond the anger and the scowl.
A lesson learned from two spider webs relates to life in the real world.
Jeannie Ewing reflects upon the challenges and blessings of a long winter.
Newer isn’t always better. Sometimes the lessons and wisdom of those gone before us trump anything we have today.
Kimberly Cook ponders immortality and heaven.
Catherine Boucher hears some tragic news and responds by realizing that no problem is too small to offer up.