Listening for the Shepherd

    There’s an old hasidic story about a revered rabbi who was riding in a carriage with his young Continue Reading →

The Charcoal Fire

Those unforgettable days of Passover are finally over. Their rabbi and lord Jesus had been betrayed, crucified and buried; he Continue Reading →

Time for an Identity Crisis

What would Lent be like if we spent it the way Jesus spent those forty days in the wilderness? We Continue Reading →

On Resentment

There’s not just one, but two troubled figures in Jesus’ parable of the Prodigal Son. The angry, older brother introduced Continue Reading →

It’s Choice, Not Chance that Matters

Life is a marvelous and mysterious mixture of chance and choice. There is a great deal about out lives that Continue Reading →