One Ministry – A Family of Programs
Perhaps to help us bide time until he takes over as host of The Late Show, Stephen Colbert recently made a video (embedded below) for the Catholic magazine America that showcased the same comic-religious sensibility that defined the best episodes of The Colbert Report.
Called “Colbert Catechism,” the video features a casual interview between a newly bearded Colbert and James Martin,...Read More at Think Christian
In today’s reading we find Cleopas and his companion, perhaps his wife, trudging home from Jerusalem to Emmaus on Easter Sunday. Crucified on Friday, Jesus’ body turned up missing from his tomb on Sunday morning. Our friends on the Emmaus road are two dejected disciples with nothing left to do but head home.
As they discuss these strange events, a stranger joins them. We know he is Jesus resurrected, but they don’t. Jesus asks what they’re talking about, and they tell him what little they know. Even before the whole drama unfolds, we learn an...Read More at This is Today
The upcoming statement is not going to sound fun: Communications is about creating systems. While it sounds boring, without a baseline for basic communications, you’ll never have the foundation to dream about the future.
In general, people in your church want to be in the loop. They want to know...Read More at ChurchJuice.reframemedia.com
When looking at everything wrong in the world today, it might be easy to seek out an external culprit and blame Satan or a more generic evil and while that might be true, there are passages in Romans which suggest the actual root of the problem is internal to each of us. So internal that the...Read More at GroundWork
I have always admired my Aunt's sense of adventure and her love of God’s world. As a child, I delighted in how she would come down to my kid-level to show me the uniqueness of a plant or examine the markings of a butterfly. When we went out adventuring, she poured out information on all the wonders of plants and wildlife. From my childhood, she helped me to marvel at the intricacies of God’s...Read More at Family Fire