T. M. Moore is principal of The Fellowship of Ailbe, a spiritual fellowship in the Celtic Christian tradition. He and his wife, Susie, make their home in Essex Junction, VT.
Israel enters the promised land in the presence of the Lord.
Joshua explains the meaning of the stones.
Safely across the Jordan, and only one way to go.
Safe on the other side of Jordan, the people make camp.
Celtic illuminated manuscripts combine God's two books of revelation.
In the Christian community, sometimes we give the impression that only the people with big responsibilities matter. They’re the ones that get things done, the ones everyone listens to and wants to learn from, the folks we look to for leadership in our churches and Christian organizations. We need leaders, and sometimes leaders play really important roles in the Kingdom. But more than that, we need energetic, everyday believers, men and women who understand that Kingdom progress is incremental and gradual, that it comes as we lay hold on the little things of life and make them something glorious.
Twelve stones on shore, twelve in the river. What?