I began my journey in ministry in 2008. I was often taught, either explicitly or by example of ministry leaders, to always bring your A-game to ministry, no matter what. Never show any weakness. Always look happy. Always make it look like you have it all figured out so that others will look at your perfect life and be inspired to live holy lives. There are two problems with that. First, who doesn't have any weaknesses, is always happy and lives a perfect life? Second, why are we lying to people, including ourselves?
Pokemon Go released this week and is not only fun and brilliantly nostalgic but if used well, it can help us improve physically, mentally and in evangelization.
School is out for summer! And what does that mean? It is Netflix binge watch season! Read on to see how my binge watch session of "Lost" helped me realize I needed to change the way I pray.
Today's blog addresses how many people view Christians as being "two-faced;" living one way at Church and another everywhere else. Read more to see what a recent video game I played and an experience in college taught me about how to deal with this issue.
These are the Stations of the Cross written with modern reflections for both youth and adults. They have been used for college students, youth groups, and parish wide events. Feel free to use them in your personal prayer, with your family or at your parish.