"The monastery is a school of love because it teaches us to forget ambition, convenience and self-gratification in order to open our hearts to love."
During bedtime prayers this week, something incredibly silly and irreverent happened. Complete hilarity ensued before the throne of the Almighty as toddler humor took over our prayers. I didn't know whether to scold and lecture my kids about making light of prayer, or burst out laughing along with my 4 and 6 year old. What … Continue reading Fowl Prayers: Silliness Before the Throne
Join us as we continue our journey through 1 Peter verse by verse! Last post we explored 1:13-16 where Peter helps us set our hopes not on any earthly hope but on the salvation realities found in Christ. In a world driven about by knee-jerk emotionalism and untamed desires, we are called to be driven instead by minds … Continue reading Why Fear a God of Love? (1 Peter 1:17-19)