Change is hard for me, as it probably is for most of us. Change can be scary. But one thing I have learned through past hard-time-changes is that, no matter what, God is with us.
We do “righteousness” toward others. Here are some links to articles and organizations where you can discover ways to do “justice” in the lives of others. The links below are for you to learn, grow, support, and even join in various movements of God for the good of our neighbors.
One of the things that make day-to-day life so difficult today is the never-ending list of decisions that we have to make.
A mom of one of our preschoolers told me a couple of weeks ago how her son had told her how much he enjoyed her helping him with his Legos. It can be the simplest things that mean the most.
G. K. Chesterton once reflected that “At least five times, therefore, with the Arian and the Albigensian, with the Humanist skeptic, after Voltaire and after Darwin, the Faith has to all appearance gone to the dogs.