Each day, Erin and her patients encounter the thin places where heaven and earth touch.
The trees and leaves teach us about glorifying God and being ourselves in any season.
“See, I make all things new,” God says. Goodness and beauty can even spring forth from the brokenness within a family.
What do you do when you’ve just been diagnosed with a terminal illness? Who do you turn to?
Religious themes are certainly not absent from Star Trek. Here’s an encore post of What Is Death?
Use your imagination to meet Jesus at a party. The conversation turns to resurrection. What do you say?
The tremendous suffering in El Salvador reveals something of Christ’s suffering and death, but it is an unfinished story. We wait for the 15th Station of the Cross: The Resurrection.
When Data asks Captain Picard about death, Picard finds himself in a sort of meditation Ignatius would be proud of.
The shift from Holy Week to Easter reminds us of our daily dying and rising.