Kim Snodgrass

Kim Snodgrass is Assistant to the Bishop for Christian Formation.

Shift towards Virtues

Three-Minute read. We can shift from the things that seek our own will, distorting our relationship with God and all creation. God is calling us to a life of holiness and virtue. By redirecting our attention to building up the seven virtues, over time God frees us from bothersome chains.

Holy Week at Home

Six-Minute read.
In any other year, we would all be saying, “Go to church, experience all Holy Week has to offer!” This year, attending in person will not be an option for everyone. Still, we can incorporate the rhythm and customs, the experience and blessings, into Holy Week at home.

Everything Holy Update

Two-minute read.
The response to Everything Holy has blown past all expectations in the first two months! If you are already participating, thank you for your support, not to mention the encouragement and excitement this brings to the creative team.

Pursuing Wisdom

One-Minute read. If you’re looking for a roadmap of how God designed the world to work, and practical day-to-day guidance, wisdom literature can make life more acceptable, especially when it doesn’t appear to be going that way.

Challenges ahead in March

One-minute read. A reminder about the Everything Holy project. Inviting God into everyday life experiences is transformational; unexpected moments can become holy.

Lenten resource recap

One-Minute read.
Finalizing decisions for Lent? It’s not too late to creatively incorporate resources that are online, downloadable, easily sharable and ready in a jiffy!

More Lenten resources

One-Minute read. More Lenten options for households and congregations; meaningful ways to mark the days of Lent beginning with Ash Wednesday at Home, a free printable resource.

Creative Ideas for a COVID 19 Ash Wednesday

One-Minute read. Living Church recently published a whole host of liturgical responses to the Imposition of Ashes this year. Creative thinking can make this Ash Wednesday something really meaningful in the midst of COVID 19 restrictions.

A Jar of Blessings

One-Minute read. Is it ever too late (or too soon) to incorporate a good idea?

Come, Pray

One-Minute read. After the last year in which churches around the world have been closed and congregations scattered, the SSJE Brothers invite you to “Come, Pray.” Join them in receiving the daily gift of prayer – at home or wherever you find yourself.

Tell Me Something Good

One-Minute read. Needing some good news? The Episcopal Church has got you covered!

Epiphany; truth becomes clear

Two-Minute read. When things suddenly become “clear” you see the world through different eyes. An Epiphany is not only a season, but something to welcome.

Mini-Habits and the Big Journey

One-Minute read. Small, positive behaviors that you force yourself to do every day increase mindfulness, willpower and lead to long-term results. Basically, small steps can be transformational.

From Many, One: Conversations Across Difference

One-Minute read. Conversations are formational. We hear, see, experience new perspectives. Hearts, minds and ultimately, our souls are transformed and we become God’s beloved community even more fully.

The Man Who Invented Christmas

Two-minute read. Based on the inspiring true story, The Man Who Invented Christmas tells the journey that led to the creation of Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, and other classic characters from A Christmas Carol.

Blue Christmas

Two-Minute read. This year the words Blue Christmas might ring especially true to you as 2020 draws to a close. Perhaps you and yours can find solace in a Blue Christmas service that is reflective as well as healing and hopeful.

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