The hope of Emmanuel appears in the stories of our lives.
Alexander imagines that in Jesus’ busyness around the holidays he would manage to slow down and spend time with someone in need.
Can’t see the plank in your own eye? Ben LaBadie says, we ought to see the Pharisee in ourselves and be humble.
We’re not perfect people. We’re not “flawless in morality”. But, we can strive in our greatest calling: to love all.
The message in Jesus’ parable of the seeds is not far from home.
This week in Peter’s garden is a reminder of our tendency to fear—and our need to trust God.
Sometimes within the weeds of life is hidden fruit. Oddly enough, Jesus tells us not to harshly rush to yank out the invading enemy, but to examine it first.
A meditation on Psalm 139 and God’s intimate relationship with us.
The Ocean and the Waves form a new metaphor for our connection with God.