What Judas Missed

by Lindsay Schlegel     It’s Mostly About Him As I’ve grown in my faith, I’ve come to realize that growth in Lent is more about what we allow God to do in us than in what we try to do [...]

No Fooling Challenge

By Lucy Johnson No Fooling This year, I resolve… Perhaps it’s due to my age and stage in life, or maybe it’s because my resolutions aim for spiritual growth, but I’ve been keeping the New Year’s [...]

Becoming a Yes Girl

By Kate Anderson   “Yes, yes, yes…!” The memory remains a delirious, ecstatic fog, but I’m pretty sure I triple-accepted when my Beloved posed that life-changing question on bended knee. [...]

Jesus is Always More. Never Less.

By Sherry Antonetti   Today’s Gospel strikes that odd tone in the heart as only Jesus can. He tells his disciples, “Do not think that I have come to abolish the law or the prophets. I have [...]

How Will You Walk With Jesus?

By Hilary Scheppers   ASHES & SACKCLOTHS In the Old Testament, today, we hear from Jonah. He announces to the town of Nineveh that, essentially, they have 40 days to repent, or there [...]

The Music of Lent

By Anni Harry   Music is a powerful product of the heart. One of my favorite activities is turning on some good music and cooking in my kitchen. I routinely wake up in the middle of the [...]

 Change the Narrative

By Katie Taylor     As I drove home from work fuming, I could feel the anger building up from the little exasperating moments. When I walked in the door, I immediately asked my husband [...]

K.I.S.S. = KEEP IT SIMPLE SILLY

By Roxane Salonen     My high-school math teacher introduced me to the concept of K.I.S.S., or “Keep it Simple Silly.” It was his way of helping us boil down numeric [...]

0