Incarnation occurs all the time, even in our decisions. We are in a whirl of confusion and feel like we’re in darkness. Advent is a time of sitting with those raw feelings and emotions because discernment begins with observation.
Alexander imagines that in Jesus’ busyness around the holidays he would manage to slow down and spend time with someone in need.
Why is it we sometimes default to retaliation in the face of being wronged? Marilu (and Jesus) say gentleness is the way.
The message in Jesus’ parable of the seeds is not far from home.
Could postpartum stretch marks be an invitation from Jesus? Erin, our newest blogger shares a beautiful reflection on her days of new motherhood.
Free hug? Alexander is sure to give you one because for him, it’s a conduit of God’s love.
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.
God wants us to have a happy life. But how? It’s not power, honour or riches that lead us there, but a strange and paradoxical path.
When we have an encounter with the divine, we must ask: How is this encounter going to affect how I live the rest of my life?