The Scouring of the White Horse

By Christopher Yoder   On a hill in the Berkshire Downs in southern England, there is an enormous, abstract figure of a horse cut into chalk. The white lines of the chalk horse stand out sharply from the sur... Read More...

Equipping the (Young) Saints

By Clint Wilson I would like to share with you the single most effective way I have encountered to develop mature, culturally-engaged, young adult Christian leaders, and the reason the church I serve has dec... Read More...

Hard Lessons on Discipleship from Cobra Kai

By Terence Chandra “It’s a tough world out there and I can help them be ready for it.” — Johnny Lawrence The last memory most priests have of their confirmation students is from the day of the rite itself — posing uncomfortably in starchy outfits chosen by ... Read More...

The Way of Love: Pray

Part of a series on The Way of Love. By Nathan Jennings Bishop Curry’s Way of Love provides the church with “practices for a Jesus-centered life.” Many of these practices are traditional Christian discipl... Read More...

The Beginning of the Good News of Jesus Christ

Mark 1–3 By Brandt L. Montgomery The oldest of the four canonical New Testament Gospels, the Gospel According to Saint Mark stresses the mighty works of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Thorough, yet quick to the point, its purpose is to present Jesus’s actio... Read More...

Walking Through Morning Prayer

By Jean McCurdy Meade We often think of the Christian life as a journey, a Pilgrim’s Progress to the Celestial City, in the words of John Bunyan, or the race that we run to win the crown we are promised as S... Read More...

COVID, Children, and Catechesis

By Jenny Andison When I was a young girl, my father often urged me to heed Churchill’s famous advice: “Jenny, never waste a good crisis!” Churchill’s mantra has been running around in my head during this “ti... Read More...