What do you do when you’ve just been diagnosed with a terminal illness? Who do you turn to?
Looking at the generally simple life of animals can bring us humans down to earth.
Nature often becomes a metaphor for our lives of faith. In this post, it’s in the cuttings of a bonsai tree.
What do we possess to give away? What do we lack? How easily do we receive? The connectedness of the Kingdom involves a balance of giving and receiving help.
“The truth is that forgiveness is deeply embedded within love. Without forgiveness, there can be no love.”
Why focus on suffering? Let’s re-orient our perspectives and end on a happy note!
Sometimes the key to finding and experiencing God is recognising our interiors a bit more.
Ever felt called unexpectedly by God? Here’s a beautiful reflection on the Caravaggio masterpiece, The Call of Saint Matthew.
Healing and redemption is a cooperative process with God. We can’t just wish away negative feelings. We must first invite God into them.