Hey Rev — How does one implement mindful parenting?
I feel like “mindfulness” is all the rage these days. I’ve tried my hand at mindful eating, spending — even driving. But I wonder, how would one implement mindful parenting?
Find out Father Knows Best’s answer here.
Responding to tragedy with love
Hindsight is not 20/20. Unfortunately, we cannot control the actions or reactions of others — only our own. And while this is not terribly comforting in times of tragedy, it becomes a challenge for how we choose to act as time goes on.
Ecclesiastes 3 tells us that there is a time and a season for everything under heaven.
Even “the Lord’s Army” needs to lose their “don’t ask, don’t tell” policies
The Christmas season highlights opportunities to extend generosity as at no other time in a year. Numerous non-profit and not-for-profit agencies have faith values and mission statements that indicate how they carry out their work, and while such agencies often allude to a policy of non-discrimination, the agency’s core values and practices do in fact discriminate, specifically toward those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or intersex (LGBTQI).
I’m thankful for wonderful writers and loyal readers
Spokane Faith & Values has become a go-to source for religion news and reflection in this area. The credit belongs to our writers. I’m proud to say that we have more than 40 writers contributing to our site. They volunteer their time and make the site the treasure that it is. I’m amazed everyday by how much thought they put into their articles and I’m humbled by how much they truly value this website and the relationship they continue to build with readers. To date, we have writers from the following traditions: Buddhist, new thought, Mainline Christian, Evangelical Christian, Catholic, Pagan, atheist, agnostic, Unitarian, Mormon, Muslim, pluralist, Jewish and unaffiliated.