Here is a summary of the Book of Job, using a verse (or two) from each of its chapters.
I was honored to be invited to contribute this article to the Eastertide 2022 edition of The Merton Journal, published bi-annually by The Thomas Merton Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
A new poem by Bonnie Thurston has me pondering what the future holds for this "rusty old ship" called the church.
A reflection on how my mother-in-law shaped my faith.
No More Empty Places There will be no more empty places at your table when we fall in love again.So rekindle the flame that once burned so bright.Help us to remember what drew us first to you.When we wander too farto hear your voice, and no longer care, let our lonely despairopen our souls again,that…
A reflection on this famous quote attributed to Nikolaus von Zinzendorf: "Preach the gospel, die, and be forgotten."
A poem for my dad ...
When I was in Florida for my father’s recent hospitalization, death, and funeral, I was holding onto the thread that is described in this poem by William Stafford: The Way It Is | William Stafford There’s a thread you follow. It goes among things that change. But it doesn’t change. People wonder about what you…
When we abide in Jesus, we will bear much fruit. Here is the last of my devotions on the fruit of the Spirit, this time focused on self-control.
When we abide in Jesus, we will bear much fruit. Here is the eighth of my devotions on the fruit of the Spirit, this time focused on gentleness.