The gospel is about fruit and fire. The fruit comes from us. The fire comes from God.
Advent is about waiting, waiting for the good things which are to come. But not all waiting is the same.
What can we do when pain and loss enter our lives? Although we cannot explain evil, we can negotiate its presence though acceptance and “throwing together.”
When the things we take pride in are destroyed, it is then time to place our pride in God’s faithfulness.
When you are tempted to doubt what will happen after death, look at what is happening before death.
Zacchaeus moments are when we thought we were only going to observe but then discover that Jesus has something different in mind.
The fact that God is searching for the one who is lost does not mean that God has forgotten those who are faithful.
This is a new video on the Holy Spirit. God’s Spirit moves in us and through us–as close to us as the air we take in and breathe out.
Every time we pray, we remember who we are and we grow more sensitive to God’s grace.
Words and ideas can only bring us so far. It is only when we ground ourselves in God’s personal love for us, that we can find peace.