In the Magnificat, Mary praises God for “scattering the proud in the thoughts of their hearts … has bringing down the powerful..
The fourth question of Belonging to God: A First Catechism Children’s Version reads, “Don’t you have to be good for God to..
In the fall, my family planted four heirloom apple trees in front of our house. Rather than purchasing full-sized trees, we opted..
One of the questions that children often bring up as we move towards Easter is “did Jesus have to die?” It’s a..
Last week, a friend who knows I’m a church educator asked me if I was ready for Lent. I gave the same..
Transfiguration of the Lord Sunday can be challenging for our youngest disciples. While the story of Jesus’ transformation paints a vivid word..
Valentine’s Day is tomorrow. Children are likely preparing cards and candy to share with their friends at school. They’re thinking about love..
“Many hands make light work” is an adage we’re all familiar with. It is most definitely true for ministry! The work of..
“Love is patient; love is kind; love is not envious or boastful or arrogant or rude.” Many adults can recite these verses..
Our children are well acquainted with diversity. They are growing up in a time when discussions of racial justice, gender fluidity, and..
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