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If your house and your life are anything like my house and my life at this time of year, then maybe we should spend these next 15 minutes in silent meditation.
It is four days before Christmas.
Many of us have family coming into town if they are not here already.Read full transcript...
While every year is filled with its triumphs and its terrors, 2014 has been a year that has felt particularly fraught. It is not because this is a year where evil and terror appeared from nowhere, surprising us in our general euphoria or mundane lives.
The minions notwithstanding, "Silent Night" is a much-loved carol, and may be one of the few cultural icons left to us that honors silence.
I often hear the term 'cafeteria Christian.' It is a description of our current religious milieu. People pick and choose what’s important to them in their faith. It’s usually said with disdain—and a bit of eye-rolling.
No matter how serious the children are in their Biblical roles, we end up laughing at Christmas pageants.
Looking at a man who sat crippled by the roadside, we read that Paul saw his faith. I wonder what Paul saw? What does faith look like?
Maybe more than anything else, to be a saint is to know joy.
Mark Sandlin recently wrote a telling article on the rise of the 'Dones,' people who have been active in the church and their departure. The article hit a deep nerve and a number of people declared themselves among this new, disaffected tribe.
In his Reflections video, the Rev. Geoffrey Black urges us not to ignore the realities that face our world during Advent. As our experience of faith is challenged, what better time to consider what God’s love means.
My daughter came home from school—elementary school—reading a book that she absolutely could not put down. Then she starts telling me the plot. 'Kids kill one another.'