As people have started engaging with this milestone, some have asked, “So, what exactly is a spiritual discipline?”
Perhaps the rhythm that I find most challenging and most important, however, is God’s heartbeat for justice and mercy.
So when Paul calls the early church in Rome to practice hospitality, the Spirit is teaching God’s people “to pursue loving strangers.”
But Mom prompted us: “You need to give away something you love.” Then she drew my attention to the two new boxes of mac and cheese we had just bought. I was crushed.
The practice of gratitude is about recognizing, trusting, and responding to God’s goodness and abiding presence with us.
In many ways, keeping sabbath is about restoring all of who we are and realigning us with all of who God is.
Do both your lifestyle and your prayers join the Spirit in seeking justice and shalom for others?
Faith Formation shares this report highlighting questions and observations about the content of the New City Catechism and about the curriculum content, pedagogy, and design.
This prayer has been written for Good Friday 2020, specifically in the context of the current COVID-19 pandemic.