Who do you want to be today? And why might that make a difference not only in your life but in the life of the world?
This month of July, the worship services are focusing on Sabbath and finding the ways to find peace and tranquil...*RING RING*...sorry, my cell phone went off while I was trying to find...what was that again? Oh well, better get back to work or something.
Sabbath – taking a time out for rest, renewal, and reflection – is an essential part of the spiritual life. I was reminded of that again recently while on retreat at the coast, when I ran across this quote from Judith Schulevitz: The Sabbath is to the week what the
Mother’s Day is around this time of year and it can be either: an acknowledgement of a great mothering spirit or a difficult time for those who do not fit the definition of “mothering” that they see in society and perhaps from the pulpit. A blogger Amy Young (www.messymiddle.com) wrote
I usually cringe whenever I turn on the cable news and see someone offering political commentary from a “Christian perspective.” While I do occasionally share the same beliefs as the talking head, it troubles me that someone can offer a “Christian perspective” as Christianity is as diverse as the snowflakes