Like Chip from Beauty and the Beast, we all have imperfections that are simply a part of who we are.
The hope of Emmanuel appears in the stories of our lives.
In the midst of a broken world, we can find hope in the season of Advent.
“See, I make all things new,” God says. Goodness and beauty can even spring forth from the brokenness within a family.
Looking at the generally simple life of animals can bring us humans down to earth.
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.
In a struggle to stop doing and to just “be” in her brokenness, Dorothy Dingle found God’s grace in some cracked shells on the beach.
Les Misérables reveals the true meaning of Lent and of Christian discipleship, all through a bishop and his candlesticks.
The divisiveness during election season reminds me so much of our brokenness—and that wholeness can come even from our political differences.