Faithful responses to work, family, and everyday life
As we unpack the same ornaments, read the same stories and entertain the same deep thoughts our ancestors did, we have every reason to be gloriously unoriginal.
I recently went to parents' night at my stepsons' school. Since then, I've been thinking about the parishioners I've served over the years.
Captain Phillips emphasizes the larger story: long before they meet, the lives of the pirates and the captain are already bound together.
I have conversations with a wide variety of clergy colleagues. But they're all the same conversation: "Is it well with your soul?"
Sometimes it feels like a thick mist has descended on us, distorting communication. But then a face shines through the mist and dispels it.