A Family Dinner

By Dan Flynn Everyone has 168 hours in their week to do what they need to do. We often hear the complaint

A Family Dinner2017-05-09T10:19:09-04:00

Whole Family Holy Week

It's Holy Week and if you're anything like me, you have a to-do list a mile long. Between family visiting, planning Easter

Whole Family Holy Week2017-04-18T08:43:26-04:00

A Grace Filled Yearning

I love being with people. I love being in relationships. I love hanging out, laughing, eating, and sharing life together. Hospitality or

A Grace Filled Yearning2016-06-30T09:17:22-04:00

Brothers in Arms

By Gail Flynn   When Michael went to church on Sunday morning, he was marked. Neighbors and classmates would notice. During the

Brothers in Arms2016-08-01T09:47:07-04:00

Prayer on the Go

By Justin Rossow One of the blessings of going through Confirmation with my family this year has been a prayer relationship with my

Prayer on the Go2015-06-16T22:55:24-04:00

Talking about Death

By Miriam Rossow My 8 year old has had a hard time separating. She has been worried that something will happen to

Talking about Death2015-05-26T13:17:51-04:00

Being Neighborly

By Jennie Gollehon We moved from Nebraska so snow is not a new concept to us. We've seen it, felt it, been

Being Neighborly2015-05-26T13:18:18-04:00
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