On the Lord’s Prayer in biblical context and the context of your life.
A gift to my soul as a Southern, white man.
How Jesus’ invitation to intimacy still challenges us.
Amid all the amazing artwork, architecture, and music in the basilica, my epiphany came from a surprise visitor.
How humility deepens gratitude and boosts hope in hard times.
How my father eventually became the kind of witness we need.
How a near death experience clarified one man’s life on earth.
The prodigal is your neighbor…or possibly yourself.
“Tis human to be dissatisfied. Christmas delivers the surprising solution to the perpetual problem.
How Jesus’ first blessing proves the first step into joy.
My father, C. Rees Jenkins, Jr., died in his sleep on Saturday morning, September 19. Here’s a tribute shared once when we celebrated his birth, now updated as he crosses over to the other side of the grave.
Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 5:3). In my darkest hour, I claimed the treasure that bathes my life in Light. This prized possession brings me happiness greater than I knew possible. Like you, I spent my younger...