In the rush and tumble of our normal daily pace, how do we make intentional time for stillness and presence? Here’s how I’m learning how, after falling off the contemplation wagon.
The worldwide body of believers, past and present, believe different things about what happens during Eucharist. Do you believe Christ is present? How have you experienced this for yourself?
These days, loads of those who identify as “post-evangelical” are crowding into the pews of mainline denominations. They, like me, are newbies to the church year. How can you help them understand Epiphany?
The true self and false self can rise up and be at odds in the Christmas season, perhaps without our even realizing it. How will we notice and respond?
I don’t yet know what Advent means, but perhaps reflecting on the experience of waiting and longing can teach us.
As we approach the season of Advent, let’s first make room for the reality of our experience of God’s seeming silence in our lives. What it is like to live with such silence? What’s really happening in those voids?