On Faith

Our simplest good deeds will take us heavenward

There is an old Hasidic tale about a holy rabbi who lived in a tiny Russian village. The villagers w

On Faith

Confidence and belief can help you conquer that giant

One of our all-time favorite stories from scripture is the tale of David and Goliath from the book o

On Faith

Who do you think you are? Just remember WHOSE you are

Mark Trotter tells the story of a man whose great ambition was to become a general in the army. He i

On Faith

It takes courage to be kind, but surely it’s worth the risk

Kindness seems like an old-fashioned word. And it does have history. It apparently derives from or i

On Faith

We all discover in time how hope and history rhyme

We’ve come to love a beautiful poem called “Doubletake” by Irish poet Seamus Heaney. It seems

On Faith

Stressed? Find peace by keeping calm and carrying on

Have you seen all the paraphernalia emblazoned with the line: “Keep Calm and Carry On?” We notic

On Faith

Defining moments make us stronger, more faithful

An insightful author once noted that “a person reaches maturity when he or she finally accepts the

On Faith

Invest your wisdom and compassion in ways that matter

Jesus once told a provocative little parable about a master who, in leaving town, left his possessio

On Faith

‘We wish to see Jesus’: When we seek, we shall find

We’re told there is a little plaque attached to the top of the pulpit in the Chapel of Columbia Th

On Faith

Gift of wisdom: It’s right to admit when we’re wrong

The legend goes that Rev. Peter Miller was the pastor of a small Baptist church in Ephrata, Pennsylv

On Faith

‘Abide’ may sound archaic, but its meaning endures

Here’s a list of words to consider: verily, twain, forsooth, methinks, anon, quoth and hither. The

On Faith

We, too, can imitate God and touch the earth with beauty

What’s your image of God? Most of us begin with images from childhood that depict God as an old ma