In Christ we are brought back home. Peace and reconciliation are possible across even the widest of chasms.
The Feast of the Holy Name... is the Feast that begins our year with hope and joy in the reality that we are connected to this messianic hope that God has come to save us.
"...celebrating the coming of the Christ child isn't just about celebrating an event that happened 2,000 years ago. Christ's birth in the manger means nothing if he isn't reborn over and over again in our lives and in our hearts."
This musing is going to be short, because it's just a simple question that I've been reflecting upon this week. The question is this: What song has God been singing to you lately? In one of my favorite books that I haven't read yet (I have lot's of those) The Silmarillion, J.R.R. Tolkien describes the creation of … Continue reading Coffeehouse Musings: Listen to the Angels Shouting
Exclaiming "Keep Christ in Christmas" is not enough in a world where, too often, "Christ" is no where to be found in the "Christian." We are challenged by the world to proclaim, and more importantly to LIVE out, why Christ matters.