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Creed of an Autism Mom

This is my creed, as the parent of a child with autism. I’ll just tell you now–I already know a lot of ASD parents would disagree with me on some of these, but this is what is meaningful in my experience. 395 more words


SATURDAY READING: The Paradoxes Of Christianity, by G. K. Chesterton

From Orthodoxy

The real trouble with this world of ours is not that it is an unreasonable world, nor even that it is a reasonable one.  8,728 more words


Something Old (Part One)

My brothers and I (there are four of us) had the unique experience as little children of taking part in our parents’ spiritual journey. By that, I mean we were constantly hopping from church to church: Church of God, non-denominational, Baptist, Methodist, Presbyterian, Assembly of God, mega churches, tiny churches, and everything in between. 476 more words


Veiling, a disappearing reverence

Go to any Roman Catholic, Anglo Catholic or Orthodox Mass today and the chances are you will see very few women wearing any kind of head covering, let alone the mantilla or chapel veil. 752 more words


Scriptural support for the Trinity

While the doctrine of the Trinity has been most widely accepted by orthodox Christians since the early days of the church there are still some holdouts to this blessed, biblical, and orthodox doctrine of God. 109 more words

Morning Prayer 24.4.15, Genocide Remembrance Day

Be on your guard, so that you do not lose what we have worked for, but may receive a full reward.

If then you have been raised with Christ, seek the things that are above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God. 3,670 more words

Jesus Christ

The Kingdom of God Parables

I went back and forth on these parables, to cover them individually or as a whole. They are all similar in that they begin with the words, “The Kingdom of God is like…” and then offer a comparison to something familiar to the people. 1,007 more words