Join The Well live tonight at 8:00 p.m. as we pray A Mother’s Walk: The Way of the Cross together. Let us take time this Holy Week to reflect with Mary on her son’s great passion.
Join The Well live on Wednesday, April 8 at 8:00 p.m. as we pray A Mother’s Walk: The Way of the Cross. Let us take time this Holy Week to reflect with Mary on her son’s great passion.
Ash Wednesday is February 25. How will you grow in your faith over the next 40 days? Check out our list of 25 unique ideas for fasting, prayer and almsgiving.
“The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light,” Isaiah 9:2, Matthew 4:16. Just as those words of Isaiah are echoed in Matthew’s gospel, so too have these words been echoing in Mary Conway’s heart of late. Sometimes it is just so dark. Do you feel it? Have you found yourself walking in darkness? In her latest blogpost for The Well, Mary offers words of living hope that it was the ones waiting in the darkness who saw Him first.
New at the blog: “Though we can respond to His invitation with but a fraction of what He deserves, every moment we spend time with Him, no doubt, He is wholly pleased.” Bonnie Shaw invites us to just come.
In her latest post for The Well, Dr. Heidi Lepper Barrett builds upon previous blogposts to continue encouraging happy, healthy, whole and holy lives.
The glass mirror as we know it today is only about 200 or so years old. For most of human history it was only in still water where one could see what one ‘looked’ like. Which begs the question: at any moment, do you know what you ‘look’ like? Not identifying features such as the shape of your nose or color of your eyes … but do you know what you ‘look’ like to others? When others see your face, do they want to approach you or avoid you? When others see your face, do they feel welcomed and loved or not so much? When God looks at you, does He see His own Light reflected back? Heidi Lepper Barrett explores in her latest post for The Well’s blog.
New blogpost: Cindy Clefisch shines a bright light on the Feast of Pentecost and shares practical ways to celebrate this important day on the Church calendar.
“Jesus, come into my heart and stay with me forever!” Bonnie Shaw links together joy, suffering, and life-sustaining friendships in this heartfelt reflection celebrating the great feast of Pentecost.
“I believe loving one another must first begin with our relationship with Jesus. I challenge you the next time you pray, to close your eyes and have a seat with Jesus.” Destiny Welsh shares a new post at The Well’s blog, reminding us the more time we spend developing our relationships with the Lord, the more He will form our hearts to His own.