Share The Love!

 By Rhonda Zweber    “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all the nations.” Matthew 28:19 Easier said than done, right?  I used to think so.  It wasn’t long ago that I wouldn’t have opened [...]

Advocacy is for each of us

By Kate Anderson   For nearly 16 months, my dear Dad plumped hospital pillows, formed alliances with nurses, and asked doctors hard questions. He never tallied the hours spent in waiting [...]

Happy Mother’s Day

By Deborah Kendrick Our God is a wonderful father! Desiring a family with whom to share His boundless love, He created a man to be His son.  He foreknew that His solitary son, Adam, would also [...]

Redeeming My Eden

By Sonja Corbitt The biblical account of the Garden of Eden teaches us that God designed us in a state of perpetual need for community. Neediness is a result of not fallenness, then, but [...]

To Love Greatly

By Sharon Wilson   Today, Palm Sunday, we read the Passion of Christ at Mass.  It is such a strange day. We enter into the church singing Hosanna and waving palm branches and we leave [...]

How Long Do You Have to Wait?

By Colleen Mitchell There are few things that make me more excited than to come across a miraculous resurrection story in  joy; the times when Jesus raises an actual mortal human being from the [...]

Children of the Light

By Debby Giusti     Brothers and sisters: You were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Live as children of light, for light produces every kind of goodness and righteousness [...]

Eulogeo

By Susanna Bolle Etymology is rocking my world! (Etymology is the study of the sources of words.) “Why” is etymology rocking my world you might you ask?  Because of the word eulogeo [...]

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