Have you ever watched children playing outside? I watched a small group of children playing in a yard recently. They were free to laugh, run and play and fully enjoyed the experience which brought joy to their Spirits and mine. Soon after this I had quite a different experience at Midway airport. Hundreds of people stood in lines delineated by barriers depicting a Continue reading
I woke up to many hugs and kisses this morning. It is these simple acts of goodness and kindness that makes one’s life beautiful and meaningful. Continue reading
To gear up for Earth Day, April 22, 2013, I wrote a column about “Water Bottles”. This is a repost of my latest column for EthicsDaily.com
Raising children means packing school lunches, including a drink. Water is always a safe and preferred choice, but our household dilemma is how to send water with them. Continue reading
This devotion was given by one of my students, John Egerton (Moravian Theological Seminary) for my “Introduction to Theology” class.
by John Egerton
A number of years ago, when my older son Todd was four years old and my younger son Eric was one, I came home to this scenario: My wife Barbara was making dinner; Todd was coloring as he sat at the center Continue reading
It was the second week of January, and I was alone with the three kids as my husband was off to sunny California on business. The first night he was away, my youngest son had a little fight with his older sister. He was so upset that he came to me and asked if he could sleep in my room. I automatically said “no,” as I have never allowed my kids to sleep in my room and wasn’t going to start now. Continue reading
This was originally posted on Feminist Studies in Religion blogsite.
As many Christians including myself celebrate Christmas, we want to take a moment to pause and reflect upon what it means to celebrate Christmas.
As we live in the busyness of getting into the Christmas spirit, the message of the birth of Christ gets lost in the fervor of buying present, decorating the trees and holding Continue reading
By: Grace Ji Sun Kim
September came in like a lion.
Three kids mean three different school shopping trips. Each kid requires new clothes, uniforms and new school supplies. This school shopping has become a greater chore which I like even less towards each year.