Welcome to Faith @ Home Daily! In response to the reality that schools are closing and parishes are suspending formation activities over the next few weeks, 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.
This is the second of two Faith @ Home Daily emails for the week of March 16th. Starting Monday, March 23, you will receive the entire week's Faith @ Home Daily content on Mondays, and our regular lectionary-based devotions on Wednesdays.
As this is a new and growing ministry, we would love your feedback and ideas! You can email us at email@example.com or contact us via Facebook.
We would like to give a special thanks to our contributors for this week's activities: Lisa Brown, Emily Gowdy Canady, Kate Huston, Andrea McKellar, and Missy Morain. Special thanks also to Wendy Claire Barrie for providing us with bonus content.
I am not sure if your home is like mine, but we made it about 45 minutes into self-quarantine before my kids started fighting about something. We quickly decided that a schedule with lots of fresh air was in order. I realize that while this situation is something adults know is unprecedented, children are looking to us for reassurance and normalcy. There are a lot of ...
Mark’s gospel reminds us that community and sharing in community is one of the core things we do as Christians. When we are separated from many of our physical communities - school, work, church, even friends and family, we can start to feel lonely. Today’s activities focus on reminding us that even when our communities feel far away, there are still ways to connect ...
It is not surprising that the disciples were afraid when they saw a “ghost” walking towards them. Fear is normal when we encounter the unexpected or unusual, and we are in a highly unusual situation. Fear is entirely normal right now. And we need to look at each other and see Jesus.
How is your silly doing this week? Today we want to offer you ...
Faith @ Home is a resource for keeping discipleship practices and Christian education going in the home during the week. Give your families the tools they need to care for their children's, partners', and friends' spiritual lives. Our writers represent a wide swath of the Church; they are a diverse and talented group of passionate Christians. For more information, click here to visit our website. You can also click here to follow us on Facebook.