We all need to find spiritual practices that will give us resilience in these most challenging times.
I hope you can find some as well.
While some people view Christianity as a relatively rigid dogmatic religion, its history is much more pliable.
After last year, when no one predicted 2020 accurately, it just seems ridiculous to make any predictions about the future.
First, let me open by saying, “I’m floundering a bit these days.”
Once people practice this kind of compassion, it grows one’s ability to see other people as…people.
Overcoming the obstacles to voting put in our way by anti-democratic forces.
Deadlines have a way of helping us face what we’d rather put off.
We are running the risk of putting the whole experiment of democracy in peril.
Earlier this week, my wife Lisa and I walked to what is now called George Floyd Square.
Collectively as a nation, and as global citizens we are all living with loss.
The choice will come down to one question: What kind of a country do we want to live in?
I’m finally comfortable with my vocational calling in life.
This week is as good as any to offer thanksgiving.
I’ve come to a rather simple formula when it comes to money. (Simple to write about, hard to live into).
The spiritual happens in the everyday, ordinary, messy, confusing, painful, and delightful moments of life.