Religion & Spirituality:Christianity
"See how they love one another!" From the origin of Christianity, people were so attracted by the joy they saw in the followers of Jesus that they eventually felt they no longer could tenably hold to their viewpoints and prior beliefs. This joy and this love then spills over into legal and social action, ministries of justice, and service to the most vulnerable.
Pope Benedict XVI stated in his book Christianity and the Crisis of Cultures: "Our greatest need in the present historical moment is people who make God credible in this world by means of the enlightened faith they live. ... We need men who keep their eyes fixed on God, learning from him what true humanity means ... so their hearts can open the hearts of others"
So here are some suggestions for this Christmas and holiday season.
God's Promise: "I am acting"
How not to become an "injustice collector"
How good it is to be marooned on "unsure ground"
I want conversion, not a new normal
The Quiet Eye of the Heart - Reflection after the death of Mr George Floyd
Surviving Depression - A Marian Devotional (Mary at the Cross)
Coronavirus: The important shift is what happens within
Surviving Depression - A Marian Devotional (Wedding at Cana)
Surviving Depression - A Marian Devotional (The Nativity)
Celebrating Easter when the world is turned upside-down - Easter in a pandemic
Jesus wants to wash your feet
Surviving Depression - A Marian Devotional (The Visitation)
All Shall Be Well
God also tells us to "shelter in place" within our hearts
Surviving Depression - A Marian Devotional (The Annunciation)
Surviving Depression - A Marian Devotional (Introduction)
The Miracle of Recreation
Guided Prayer for Healing Memories
A Powerful Practice to Melt Away Negativity
New perspectives on our lives in 2020
The Bible Recap
Joel Osteen Podcast
Timothy Keller Sermons Podcast by Gospel in Life
The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com