Remembering The Holocaust


This Thursday, April 24,  is Holocaust Remembrance Day in the United States (it actually starts at sundown on the 23rd). As the generation that lived through WWII and the Holocaust dies, I think it’s more important than ever that those of us who come after them stop and remember. The problem is that neither I, … Read more

Why Celebrate Holy Week?

Holy Week, the week that leads up to and includes Easter, is the most solemn week of the Christian year. It memorializes five key moments–Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter–that occurred during the last week of Jesus’ life. This week has been set apart (made ‘holy’) by the Church since at … Read more

Passover: What Is It?


Passover is one of the most sacred holidays celebrated by the Jewish people, and with good reason! Because the holiday memorializes Israel’s freedom from slavery in Egypt, it is a joyous reminder that God cares about the oppressed! However, it is also a solemn challenge to anyone with power or influence. Passover let’s us know … Read more