Letting go is a good and necessary part of life, and yet, it is challenging, as we are often forced into the process unexpectedly. It is a time of saying goodbye, getting rid of stuff we don’t need, and it is where our plans, disappointments, dreams and life collide with trust in God.
The Museum of Western Art is now open to the public and hosting its much-anticipated exhibition, “Men to Match My Mountains.”
In Matthew 4, we read that the crowds followed Jesus as he taught and healed them. In chapter 5, which includes what are called the Beatitudes, we see that Jesus seeks to distance himself from the following mob, to get together with his disciples to teach them about how to behave in their ow…
When Kerrville photographer Leah Thomason snapped a photo of model Danille Rodriguez at the Cibolo Nature Center in Boerne, she knew she had gotten “the shot.”
“Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never — in nothing, great or small, large or petty — never give in, except to convictions of honor and good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.”
Zion Lutheran Church Pastor Mike Williams saw Thursday’s prayer vigil as a statement of unity — for a community that has been spared of the physical toll of the coronavirus pandemic, but has not escaped the economic consequences.
No doubt, these are some crazy times with COVID-19, but I think for those who walk with God, we have a magnificent opportunity right now. The big key at this time is where our mind is fixed.
Its words were sung by Jesus and His Disciples as they journeyed from the Last Supper on their way to the Mount of Olives. It was also a favorite Psalm of Martin Luther who proclaimed it “nearest to my heart” of all the Psalms.
Thinking about Good Friday, Easter and all the things going on with the COVID-19 pandemic, I have discovered some things they have in common: threats, death, trust and overcoming.
In times like these, we are reminded of what is always true but often forgotten — we stand on the promises of God. One great promise is Romans 8:28: “And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.”
As the Lenten season ends with “Holy Week,” which began last Sunday, Palm Sunday, Christians have accompanied Jesus on his journey to Jerusalem, including the last supper with his disciples on Thursday, when churches observe the sacrament of communion — (this year individually at home).
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” begins the famous one-of-a-kind opening sentence of Charles Dickens’ “A Tale of Two Cities.”
The longer I walk with God, the more I realize I need a fresh revelation of His love for me in challenging times. Most of us could use an upgrade when it comes to comprehending God’s love for us.
This Sunday, March 29, the Fifth Sunday of Lent, marks 21 days before Easter. In some traditions, it is observed as a time to rejoice, similar to the third Sunday of Advent, when the pink candle signifies a time where, in the midst of penitence and somberness, Christians are reminded to rejo…
Have you transitioned from condemning to caring, from renouncing sinners to receiving them? These are important questions for all Christians to consider. It’s one of the radical changes that happened to Matthew once Jesus rocked his world with “Follow Me!” The story jets ahead from the small…
Students at St. Peter’s Episcopal School have been busy with a variety of events, including a Texas Independence Day celebration and a visit from the Cat in the Hat.
Before he began Sunday’s worship service, senior pastor David Payne addressed the issue weighing on the congregation of Kerrville’s First United Methodist Church.
Irena Taylor, an artist from San Antonio, will offer a free painting demonstration at PTBT Productions Fine Arts Studio, 211-A Old Ingram Loop, from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 21.
After an exciting ride up the music charts, where he sold 200,000 albums and hit the Top 30 on Billboard’s Country Album chart and Top 10 on its Independent Album chart, Cory Morrow was wondering what to do next. He decided to ask his fans what they wanted to hear. Their answer?
The Celtic Angels, five women who perform the songs of Ireland, will appear in Kerrville’s Cailloux Theater on Saturday, March 21, at 7:30 p.m.
BOERNE — The Tap Pack — Australian performers Jesse Rasmussen, Jordan Pollard, Thomas J. Egan, Tom Struik and Sean Sinclair — will be in Boerne for some of the fastest footwork on both sides of the equator.
Camerata San Antonio, the Classical Music Chamber Ensemble, will present a tribute to Beethoven at their next concert, “Blueprint,” set for 3 p.m. Saturday, March 21 in Kerrville.
The Bandera Natural History Museum and the Frontier Times Museum will continue to offer special activities and discounts throughout March for “Dinosaurs, Cowboys and Family Fun in Bandera.”
The city of Kerrville will soon have a permanent tie to the city of Jerusalem, thanks to the collaboration between both countries and a concerted effort by many.
Perhaps one of the most commonly quoted Biblical statements is what is known as the Golden Rule. In Matthew’s Gospel, Chapter 7, verse 12, are the words of Jesus: “In everything do to others as you would have them do to you, for this is the law and the prophets”
Tax-collectors were despised during the time of Jesus. These parasitic extorters were considered traitors to God and country, Jewish men who were hired by Rome to extract all manner of taxes from their own people.
I had a telephone call a few weeks ago from a kind person at H-E-B corporate offices, inviting me to a groundbreaking ceremony here for the new Kerrville store on March 6.