Faith Reflections


Faith Reflections: From engaged to married »

by Elyssa Salinas 


Engagement is all about transition. The climax of the proposal goes straight into the rising excitement of preparing for marriage. The proposal story gets a small spotlight on the wedding website,

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Faith Reflections: Rituals for saying (and meaning) goodbye »

by Anne Edison-Albright


They started to notice a pattern. About a week or two before Bob had to leave for his next military deployment, Bob and Barb would start fighting. Usually it was about

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Faith Reflection: Genesis and loving our bodies »

by Amanda Zentz-Alo 


Created in God’s image, human beings are strong, creative and powerful. Our bodies are intricate and magnificent creations, filled with mystery and wonder.


So when the woman saw that the tree

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Faith reflections: Blessed be the good Samaritans »

by Samantha Nichols 


In the parable we call “The Good Samaritan,” Jesus reminds us that our neighbors are not only those with whom we agree or those we like. In his time and place,

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Ode to the woman of valor »

by Anne Edison-Albright 


The Woman of Valor, a character from Proverbs can be read as a perpetuation of old stereotypes, an example of women’s equality and also as something in between.


Charm is deceitful and

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