“I met a man who told me everything I have ever done.” So if Jesus knows all our sins, what is his reaction?
Jesus changes the rules for disciples to bring God’s kingdom to the here and now.
William Holman Hunt’s painting, “Light of the World,” shows Jesus knocking on a door. Hunt says he wants us to let him in. Is he also inviting us to come out?
Who are these multitudes surrounding us on all sides? These are the saints — past, present, and future — unbounded by time or space. We call them the “communion of saints,” and you know some of them personally.
Steven Covey said, “The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.” The people of Israel had forgotten that; perhaps we have too.
Lewis Carroll brought us into the magical world of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. One of my favorite scenes in the story is when Alice finds herself at a crossroads and addresses the Cheshire cat, grinning from a tree branch above her. “Cheshire puss,” Alice began, “would you please tell me which way I ought to go from…
The Rev. Dr. Cathy Deats considers what it means to feel blessed when daily life is a struggle (Ephesians 1:3-14).
The Rev. Dr. Cathy Deats describes the mountaintop experience of the Easter Vigil.