Politics stirs up deep emotions within us, but can we really separate our spirituality from politics? The messiness of elections speaks a lot to the messiness of discernment.
It’s often said that the fruit of our labour is not always seen. In his ministry, Tony understands this; he understands that he is a humble gardener in God’s garden.
Each day our desires come face to face with challenges, and the mess of feelings in the middle doesn’t make the spiritual life any easier. Yet these three things are important to pay attention to.
So often we are awakened to a dialogue with God in the midst of discomfort, when we feel de-centered and off balance.
Like Chip from Beauty and the Beast, we all have imperfections that are simply a part of who we are.
Public transit becomes a reminder to pay attention and cultivate an awareness of rest and being.
God’s messages seem to come in threes for Teresa, and in the little creatures of nature.
Alexander imagines that in Jesus’ busyness around the holidays he would manage to slow down and spend time with someone in need.
Lately I’ve felt “more Christian”. Here are three ways we can grow in our Christian identity.