Jesus prays for us and our future, just as we pray for our children and seniors and the journey that lies ahead for them.
How is the Holy Spirit like breath?
As I reflect on the passage of time, particularly over these past few months, I am reminded that part of the issue was my misunderstanding. I forgot that I do not own time. How I use time does not prove its worth. Instead, time is a tide in which I live. I am swept up in time and all I truly need is with me at any given moment.
What are you grateful for?
The Road to Emmaus tells us something about who Jesus is and how the Body of Christ surpasses all space and time.
When we experience peace, we experience God with us, a gift of the resurrection! Who, what, when, or where do you experience and share peace?
A Godly Play story. The cross that helps us think about the mystery is purple on one side and white on the other. That is the mystery of Easter: the sadness and the seriousness are changed. You can’t separate the sadness and the happiness.