Books, for instance, like "of the Bible"
What are we supposed to learn form the disciples’ immediate, enthusiastic response to Jesus’ call? That depends …
What does it mean to be “a light to the nations”? Do we need our passports? …
Can we learn something from the magi about spiritual practice? …
Why would Matthew put this story of death and destruction and displacement right at the beginning of this gospel? Maybe to remind us …
Thankfully and joyfully, the kingdom of heaven is a present reality as much as it is a future expectation
Zechariah reminds us: it’s hard – but not impossible – to accept the good news of the gospel in today’s world
“the full armor of God” is really indistinguishable from the Christian life – “putting it on” means taking up that way of life of faith and hope and love in the strength of a gracious God
hopefully we can see ourselves for who and what we are – works of art, made by a gracious, divine artist
What if we knew that the saints actively pray for us? What would change?
the Biblical authors meant something different by “faith” than modernity’s notion of “believing things without proof”
The Holy Spirit is ceaselessly at work – in and through our ordinary lives – to make us whole, individually and as the whole people of God
God is persistent, and we could be, too – in a good way
we are called to live our normal lives as people who are prepared to lay them aside at a moment’s notice
All Christians have received “a spirit of power and of love and of self-discipline,” who enlivens and empowers every other spiritual gift, in the gift of the Holy Spirit