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Category: Soul Matters
We are introducing a new way of doing worship and religious exploration for families.
June is the final month of our church year. And as with any turn of a calendar cycle, it’s a perfect time to take stock of what matters most to us. Our Soul Matters theme this month is “Delight.”
In the Hebrew scriptures, the word delight … read more.
As I sat down to write this month’s reflection, I was handed a pickle. It’s not a real pickle. It’s a red wooden peg from my daughter’s toy hammering set. But for today, my daughter has declared it is a pickle and it is “yummy … read more.
Addy just turned 2, and she is fully exploring the power of the word “No.” I have been particularly amused by the times when she is offered something and responds with an immediate, adamant “NO!” only to turn around two seconds later and say “YES!” But I … read more.
The Path of Love
In my family of origin, it is tradition to end every phone call with “I love you.” It took my wife a little time to get used to this. While she comes from a loving family, they don’t say “I love you” … read more.
In the 16th century, Nicolaus Copernicus – an astronomer and mathematician who worked for the Catholic Church – developed a model of the universe that placed the sun at its center. His ideas ran contrary to what those around him believed. They could clearly see with their … read more.
“We all change, when you think about it. We’re all different people all through our lives. And that’s OK, that’s good, you gotta keep moving, so long as you remember all the people that you used to be.”
This is a quote from a season-ending episode … read more.
Our Soul Matters theme for the month of October is “Courage,” and I’m excited to see where our shared exploration of this theme will take us!
At this time of year, we see people from different cultures honoring their ancestors, drawing courage from their stories. And at … read more.
A few days ago, I had our 17-month-old daughter, Addy, out at the church. She was exploring the grounds while carrying a rock she’d found near the building. When it was time to go, I showed Addy how to set the rock down on the ground. But before … read more.