The story of how and why God gave manna to the Israelites contains valuable lessons for us today. It highlights God’s ability to provide for His people and demonstrates His loving kindness towards us. But how often do we recognize manna when we see it? How can receiving our daily manna strengthen our faith?
More than anything else, what the pandemic revealed to me was our absolute lack of control over the future and the frailty and brevity of our lives
Christian charity can fade into the background when self-preservation or self-interest kicks in. I came out of the quarantine determined to take a closer look at why at times my empathy does not translate into practical action and what I can do about it.
Whether we realize it or not, we are all immigrants. We become foreigners to the world when we are born again. We see the earth as the land of our pilgrimage, and not as our home.
Somewhere between the daily schedules and routines, we manage to click pictures of our children. These photos capture not just precious moments but the essence of motherhood.
We are homebound with children and spouses, separated from friends and family, surrounded by grief and loss, and within touching distance of a virus. What role does our faith play in this predicament?