There is a little leprechaun in all of us. Jesus can heal it.
God’s confidence in us may be more of a miracle than a holy birth.
The coming of Jesus is God’s way of disrupting the old, conformist ways. Don’t let anything drive out your joy at seeing this salvation.
Philosophers and social scientists have named this time “the age of outrage.” We are so clear about who is on the other side and how badly they are behaving.
We are living in a stormy world. But that’s not the end of our story.
This Christ the King Sunday. When we celebrate Christ the King, I know we are hoping for a time when Christ will come in glory and reign over us. But we are here, in this world. The world Jesus was lived in. And when Jesus was alive, he didn’t want anything to do with...
Hope is persistent. It appears small but it endures. And it grows.
Worship is an institution that reminds us we are a link in the chain. Worship brings us to the place where God has the opportunity to remake, redeem and reorient us.
I once led a class of preschoolers in an experience of the creation stories in the Bible. I mixed up two big batches of modeling clay. One we rolled into a giant albeit lopsided ball that was like the earth that God created. The other, the children received pieces of...
Watching children discover color is an amazing thing. I don't mean the color of people's skin or being able to name the colors of the rainbow. I mean the wonder of color on a page – through paint or crayon or pencil. Young children will use color in unexpected ways....