Finding Hope When Christmas Doesn’t Look the Same
“Mom, we have to make a way to be able to see some family at Christmas time,” my eleven-year-old daughter pleaded.
She had just put words to the lump I had been carrying around in my throat for the past several weeks.
Thank You Very Much
“Your baby’s brain and all major organs are fine,” he leaned forward in his chair and cleared his throat, and that was when I realized that he was about to say the word “but. . .”
Outside the Worcester Cathedral there is a centuries old stone walkway. In between the stones there should be sand. However, over time, the sand has been worn, blown and sifted away. In its place there is dirt, rubbish and grime. Moss and weeds inevitably have managed to grow in those cracks as well. . .
If Your Teen Questions His Faith, Go There With Him
My 16-year-old son was home from school with a chest infection. I walked in on him watching a Netflix documentary called The God Delusion. There is a class in school that is challenging his faith. . .
We never Know what God is Doing
In August of 2015, our family of five drove from our home in Pennsylvania to Niagara Falls. My in-laws and niece flew in from Texas to join us there. Everyone anticipated a wonderful time together exploring the amazing natural wonder of the falls …