December 31, 2019

About a year ago I decided to give in. No, I decided to embrace. Gray. I've never looked back. But I was more than ready. Read on as dear friend, Leslie Leyland Fields processes her feelings about gray ... and more.


Going Gray (or Blue) at 62

By Leslie Leyland Field...

December 24, 2019

This carol is based on a poem written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. He penned the poem on Christmas Day, 1863, during the American Civil War. This honest depiction of hope in the midst of despair resonates throughout the centuries at Christmas. We celebrate the realit...

December 17, 2019

Baby Jesus

By Elisa Morgan

Every year when I pull out Christmas decorations, I find one box containing multiple nativities that I've collected over the years. Confession: I'm not so much into the fancy-filigreed, gold-glittered versions that make Jesus look like the real...

December 10, 2019

What are you waiting for? And how well are you waiting? Laura Savage-Rains turns our attention to a surprising woman who waited well.


Find Joy in the Waiting

By Laura Savage-Rains

Are there any yummy smells coming from your oven these days? Do you find it hard to wai...

December 3, 2019

It's oh-so-easy to let our need to earn money for practical living reasons take over the work we love - and are called to do. Read on as Elisabeth Klein directs our thoughts.


Money and Ministry

By Elisabeth Klein

You can't pay the bills with a Facebook message from a...

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