Today I’m going to tell you about something not in today’s reading. I’m going to tell you about hope. You all know I am a student teacher – and in February I was transferred from the one of the richest middle schools in the state to a Catholic High School where the vast majority of… Continue reading He Gives Hope
Today is Good Friday – the day that Christ condemned to death, is crucified, and buried by his faithful. It is a heartbreaking and solemn day, except for this one thing: he rises again. Christ knew there would be earthly pain, he knew there would be earthly death… and he knew he would return. If… Continue reading Salvation and the Seeds of Faith
Through faith and patience. Let us pray for both today.
I think a lot about my non-Christian friends. Not the friends who are of other faiths, but those who do not proclaim a faith, or have never explored a faith. I live deep in the heart of “none” country when it comes to religion – we have a coffee shop on every corner a church… Continue reading Our Hearts Are Known
I didn’t do the reading. In fact, I haven’t read any of my bible reading this week. I’ve been shuttling myself from doctors offices and hospitals to explore a mystery stabbing pain in my gut. So I didn’t read my bible, but not once did worry consume me. You see I’m a white middle-class woman… Continue reading Blessed Not Bothered