We are called to be full of grace in our hearts and kindness in our eyes, just like our father!
On this first Sunday of Lent we consider how to fast until we're full.
What does it look like to be present amongst the movement and in the mystery of God?
It's easy to find comfort in the things that we can provide for ourselves, but our God calls us into a life full of faith that's dependent on his goodness.
The Christian life cannot be lived in isolation, but it can only be fulfilled in community. How can we be united across such diversity?
What if our words could commission angels? What if we believed it?
If Jesus didn't need to be baptized, what can we learn from his sacramental act?
We probably talk too much. What if someone was waiting to speak to us in the silence?
A posture of thankfulness isn't always easy, but it's always right.
"Don't be afraid", the angels say. "This is the most joyous news, and it's for everyone everywhere!"
God loved the world so much that he became one of us so we could become one with him.
On this first Sunday of Advent, we consider the hope we have in Jesus, the promise of the prophets fulfilled.
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Just like a child rests within the shoulders of their parent, we too find shelter and safety in the arms of the God of the universe.
In whatever battle you're in and whatever one comes next, the Lord is faithful to deliver you from evil!
If the joy of the Lord is our strength, what does that mean for us in times that we can't be happy?
Look into the light the poet says, and don't be afraid of the shadow it creates. The Lord is my light, what do I have to be afraid of?
On this Thanksgiving weekend we consider the scriptures that call the Lord our portion. Greater than any portion of turkey we'll put on our plates, the portion of God is our inheritance.
If the Lord is our shepherd, that must mean that we're his sheep! He takes great care of each one of us.
We're often bent towards not being able to believe things until we see them. Christ offers an alternative, faith-filled perspective - you'll see it when you believe it, he says!
In light of this week's gospel readings, we try to answer the question "What is the gospel, and what does the cross have to do with it?"
Our God is the lifter of our head and the restorer of our souls. He won't leave us where he found us!
God expresses himself in love towards first, every morning. Because of his expression, we can respond with love too!
The children of God are seen and known in Christ - nothing can separate us from his love!