Religion & Spirituality:Christianity
The night can be a scary time. As kids we might have been afraid of monsters under our bed or of sleeping in our own room. Even now as adults the “dark night”—whether it slips into our life as depression, breaks our heart with unexpected ruptures of relationships and futures, or quietly takes from us what we had most cherished—still holds hands with its sister anxiety. Just as individuals live through darkness, cultures and periods of history also can be overshadowed by fear and chaos and death. Now is one of those times.
The saints lived through times such as these. The courage of the saints might seem “out of reach” to us, but the Church as a good Mother gives us stepping stones each Lent so we can regain our balance and our strength, knowing truly that this world—even as it is—is still in Christ, and without Christ the world has no meaning.
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
Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast