We can learn from Saint Maximilian Kolbe’s dedication to both purity and sacrifice even in the face of difficulty.
We have a hope that cannot be dashed if we believe that this world is temporary.
Scripture itself is full of metaphorical phrases used to describe aspects of God in ways our finite minds just can comprehend.
Although we can love the Lord with all of out heart, soul, mind, and strength in relationships, our worship of Him extends past our interactions with others.
A heart that has been reconciled to its Redeemer is transformed and longs to seek reconciliation with others.
To be human is to know that we only exist because of the careful, intentional hand of a good God.
Trusting in a new chapter of life to save you from your circumstances is idolatry. If we focus on our plans and not on God, we lose sight of who we are doing this for.
The Lord, in all His wisdom and glory, created us. Sin has tainted our souls, but it did not destroy God’s infinite love for us.
Contingent pacifism is a biblical ethic, consistent with the teachings of Jesus himself.
God’s desire to connect with humanity doesn’t begin with Jesus in the New Testament. It begins with Yahweh, our loving father.