“Hi, what’s your name? What do you do? Where are you from?” These are often the first questions we ask when we meet someone for the first time. I often get asked the latter question twice: “where are you from? Oh, I mean where are you FROM?”
For the fifth Sunday of Lent, FMC Executive Director Kevin Granger reflects on the Gospel about the death of Lazarus and shares about the intimate, trusting friendship that Jesus wants to have with us.
FMC’s digital media coordinator, Kellie Herrera, reflects on the reading for the Fourth Sunday of Lent and encourages us to seek the light in the midst of darkness
by Katie Glafcke // God’s grace filled in where I lacked. The Holy Spirit took over as I opened my bruised and battered heart to Jesus. I asked for my heart to be washed clean, to be reconciled with My Lord. The priest listened and gave me absolution. My penance: go and love your husband tenderly.
FMC missionary Erika de Guia reflects on the reading about the woman at the well for the Third Sunday of Lent
FMC missionary Sarah Ourso reflects on the readings for the Second Sunday of Lent and encourages us to remember the Lord’s promises