The inauguration of a new administration does not mean we have time to relax. Long-needed change requires continued vigilance and passion.
Disney/Pixar’s movie “Soul” raises the question of “What is my purpose in life?” We’ve asked that for centuries. The answer is simple.
The actions and events of this week require a response if we are fulfilling our obligations to making this year a better one.
Our final thoughts on this Advent season take us to the first pronouncement of a coming Messiah and Mary’s account of why deity incarnated.
The message of the Fourth Sunday of Advent leads us to believe in the possible part of impossible.
How do we find joy in the midst of a pandemic that leaves many empty places at the table?
May the Peace of Justice find us embracing repentance and redemption not only for ourselves but for those who we may not consider worthy.
What in our future is worthy of anticipation? The following article was first published November 29 on Facebook Today is the first Sunday of Advent in the Christian…
We’re all exhausted and need a break but there’s no place safe to go
Our actions during the pandemic betray what we claim as our national identity. We are not nice people.