Rosa’s greyhounds teach her to accept her woundedness and God’s desire for her to heal.
Part of our journey to healing and wholeness is Jesus’ simple call to love and accept ourselves.
Do we have time to slow down and walk with another or are we “lost in the isolation of success and self-conservation”?
Not having a parent at your wedding is difficult, especially when that parent is suffering from cancer. Laura shares about the power of God’s grace in life’s varied moments.
Sarah’s annual birthday run becomes an indicator of her spiritual health.
Consumerism drives so many of us, but there’s hope. The good spirit is always reminding us that we just need love, grace, and healthy relationships.
My parenthood is already teaching me about the kind of love God has for us and the ways God keeps a patient and loving vigil for us.
Beneath life’s instability we find a steady God who is our foundation.
The darkness of Winter Solstice reminds us that we’ll soon be met with reassuring light.