Pews were leaving the building. The pastor panics. Then God speaks to Moses and to her.
Another in the series, “Many Voices, One Faith,” shared by the Rev. Kent Millard.
Its cover is gone, its margins are full of notations. But its words still fill this woman’s soul.
Wide awake in the wee hours? Turn your eyes from the alarm clock to Jesus and find rest.
We all have found left-behind Bibles. But have we taken the time to return them to those named on their pages?
Megan Hill writes about a different kind of “church lady” in a blog this week’s Christianity Today.
“Dave Smith, whose family has farmed potatoes and supported a church in rural Michigan for generations, is finding that lately he’s been getting a lot more out of prayer, Bible reading, and Sunday school.”
Theologian Malinda Elizabeth Berry examines the lectionary scripture just this side of Ash Wednesday.
MELANIE LEE CAREY Clergy Assistant to the Bishop I lost both of my parents by the time I was 40 years old.
REV. MELANIE CAREY Clergy Assistant to the Bishop I joined a small group at the local church I attend. We are studying Adam Hamilton’s book Revival: Faith as Wesley Lived it. Each week during our 90 minute meetings, we discuss a chapter of the book, we share about our spiritual practices and our lives, we read