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Pilgrimage and Walking the Rounds by Christine Valters Paintner

The tradition of pilgrimage in Ireland is an ancient ones. There are many trails and paths known to be sacred for hundreds, if not thousands of years. One of the more ancient Irish practices of pilgrimage is the turas, which means to “walk the rounds” in holy places. Often there is a series of pilgrim […]

Month One

  Preach the Gospel always, and when necessary use words. -St. Francis of Assisi   This has been one of my favorite quotes ever since it was the theme at North Texas Celebration #1 (Celebration being the church camp I went to in high school, for those reading from a different state). I took the time to write it down the other day, but it hit me this week that this has been the theme of our ministry here in Albania as well.   I wrote some already about how words were not the

TWO perspectives // ONE story

It never ceases to amaze me how God shapes my view of myself or who He is calling me to be. Here, let me show you: My storyI grew up as a daughter in a household with two loving parents who took me to church every time the doors were open. I knew the Bible stories for Sunday School trivas. I memorized Bible verses for the church Bible drills. I knew the first and last verse along with the chorus to all the classic hymns. As I dwelled so often in His house, I became more and more aware of my si