December 19, 2022

Mound of peaches

We Pay It Forward

It was a huge bag of peaches that took two kids to carry. I thanked them for their thoughtfulness, reflecting to myself, Who brings fruit from their backyard to the previous owners of their house?  “It’s our pleasure, María! You ...
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Festival candles at Rodeph Shalom in Philadelphia are seen during a service marking Erev Rosh Hashanah Sept. 6, 2021. (CNS photo/Rachel Wisniewski, Reuters)

Churches called to ‘national reckoning of soul’ amid antisemitism crisis

Scholars of Jewish-Christian relations are urging churches in the U.S. to "a national reckoning of the soul" amid what they are describing as "the greatest crisis of public antisemitism in a century" in the U.S.
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Black man with eyes closed

In the Divine Presence

Reflect Silence and solitude are not loneliness, but stillness. In the stillness is an invitation to enter into the sacred presence so that we can just be with God. When I do so I am blessed with one-on-one time with ...
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Our God Understands

Knowing that God not only knows but experienced what it was to be a human being should give us patience with our weakness and joy in our strength.
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