A call to the ministry of healing…one priests journey – By Rev. Kate Picot

Bless the Lord, O my soul, and do not forget all his benefits who forgives all your iniquity, who heals all your diseases, Psalm 103:2-3   Back in the early 1990s I trained as a nurse at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London. I wouldn’t have imagined several years later, I’d be ordained in the magnificent and nearby St Paul’s cathedral (I didn’t even attend church…

The Neuroscience of Love – By Dr. Matthew S. Stanford

If you have ever been in a serious relationship, you know the symptoms: light headedness, upset stomach, loss of appetite, confusion, insomnia, obsessive thoughts and abnormally elevated mood. It’s not a new psychiatric disorder, its love! While our sexual motivation system drives us towards the opposite sex, the romantic attraction system enables us to focus our mating efforts on a preferred individual, Mr. or Ms.…

Meeting Michael – By Rev. Amy Bezecny

One special painting in our home includes layer upon layer of colors, shapes, and patterns. In it, you can subtly see our last name, Bezecny. I painted this while we were in the process of adopting one to three children of any age. The painting was an expression of my prayer about our past, current endeavor and hope for our future. A few scriptures are…