Many of us spend our lives trying to find our way in the world: who we’re supposed to be, what we’re supposed to do. The goal is to make our way instead.
In this remarkable book, scholar Kristin Kobes Du Mez shares the rise a cultural Christianity that many find in opposition to their faith.
Rather than using doctrine as a litmus test, we can view it as light handed down from our predecessors, guiding us in our journeys.
In a year of struggle, it is important to remember the message of Christmas, “The light shines in the darkness.” We are to share that light.
In the Christmas story as told by Luke, there is a theme running throughout of God seeing people who feel unseen.
NYOJoe 007: Sometimes we move on from Thanksgiving far too quickly. This year, when we may be more excited than ever for what’s next, let’s remember to take thanksgiving with us.