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At the age of fifty-eight, with two luminous daughters successfully launched into adulthood, and two charming grand-daughters navigating the exciting terrain of early childhood and a third only days away, it feels as if it might be safe to assume that my major parenting blunders are behind me.
Thousands of people in church every Sunday, mostly under 40… where could this be?
How failure plays its part
Invitation develops the fruit of the Spirit: patience, courage, persistence.
Same walls we build to keep out disappointments also keep out happiness.
Spending the day with Michael Harvey learning about “Unlocking the Growth.”
The challenge Pope Francis is offering to the church, apparently goes much deeper than merely tinkering with the trappings of the faith.
Some challenging thoughts “from brokenstones”:
Yesterday I wrote about a person who is experiencing a “that lack of faith” and finding that experience called into question. I wondered what is really going on when someone claims to experience “a lack of faith.”