Why are we uncomfortable with vulnerability and gentleness when God’s encounter with us often happens in those moments of meekness and softness?
Jesus entered this world in poverty. Imagine the mercy of God breaking into the grittiness of 21st century poverty.
The hope of Emmanuel appears in the stories of our lives.
Dogs don’t judge you; they listen, be with you, and love without condition. We can learn a lot from them as we spend time with family this holiday season.
In the midst of a broken world, we can find hope in the season of Advent.
A poem for Epiphany, from Jeffrey Wallace.
A crying baby reminds us that the Christmas story was real and not so silent.
Perhaps impossible to answer, but George Bailey reminds us that we may not realise what a gift our life is to others.
The gift of presence is sometimes more healing than fixing an unfixable problem. God sits with us and feels our feelings with us.