Welcome to Faith @ Home Daily! In this email, Faith @ Home is providing a new way to equip families and friend groups to participate in daily formation and discipleship practices at home. The following resources have been curated with these practices in mind: WATCH, LISTEN, READ, DO, and PRAY. Each resource is designed to be experienced inter-generationally, so you can have conversations about faith at home with everyone, no matter where they're at in life.
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We would like to give a special thanks to our curators for this week's activities: Wendy Claire Barrie, Kathy Graham, Rachel Jones, KariAnn Lessner, and Sharon Ely Pearson. Thank you also to Wendy Claire Barrie for providing us with bonus content.
The book of Psalms is the hymnal and prayer book of ancient
Israel – the people of God we read about in the Old Testament. Even though the
Psalms were written thousands of years ago, they still sound good to us today
to help us express our joy, troubles, fears, anger, and even wonder. They are
our songs to God! Today’s psalm reminds us of God’s great power to ...
Today we remember Óscar Romero, an archbishop from San Salvador who was martyred on this day in 1980. When he was twelve, he was apprenticed to a carpenter, but later heard a call from God and became a priest. He worked among the poor and was a witness for freedom and a sign of hope for the people. The psalm appointed for this day speaks to Bishop Romero’s assurance ...
In the Bible, angels were God’s messengers. They brought news to the people – sometimes in the form of warnings and other times to bring strength and joy. They announced God’s plans to the people chosen to do God’s work on earth. Today we hear about an angel named Gabriel who brought good news to a young woman named Mary. She was going to give birth to a ...
For just as the body is one and has many members, and all the members of the body, though many, are one body, so it is with Christ.For in the one Spirit we were all baptized into one body—Jews or Greeks, slaves or free—and we were all made to drink of one Spirit.
In the Corinthian church (in Greece two thousand years ago), some people thought they were more ...
The Book of Exodus is all about how God is a saving God. God
chose Moses to lead the people out of Egypt where they were slaves. But in the
beginning of this story, God saves Moses from harm. In order to protect him,
his mother put him in a basket and floated it down the Nile River. God
protected him and the king’s (Pharaoh) daughter found him and raised him as ...
In this blog post, written exclusively for Faith @ Home, author Wendy Claire Barrie gives families tips and ideas for peaceful bedtimes during anxious times. Thank you, Wendy, for sharing these resources with us!
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