After the hustle and bustle of Advent and Christmas Eve services, most congregations take a decidedly simpler approach to the worship service..
There’s a concept in improvisational theatre referred to as “yes, and.” It goes something like this: When an actor in an improvised..
Begin the time with your children by asking them to imagine that it’s dark outside and they need to get from one..
“Getting ready” has taken on new meaning during the pandemic. Where it used to mean showering, dressing in decent clothes and..
Several years ago, I taught a Sunday school class for pre-teens. One of the boys in the group was skeptical of church..
Last Saturday I shed a healthy dose of tears. In part, they were tears of relief that the agonizing election cycle was..
The day before the election, I ended up driving through the country for about four hours. On long drives, I like to..
When I was young, I had a very particular view of what a saint was. Many of my friends were Catholic..
This coming Sunday has been designated as Reformation Sunday by the Presbyterian Church. (U.S.A.). Pre-COVID-19, many of us would be attending or..
When my son was 5, he overheard my husband and I talking about an interesting parenting situation one of our friends found..
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