The Pilgrim Log
Weekly Inspiration to Live Your Daily Pilgrimage
ARTICLE – Are you looking for answers to questions such as, “Why is (fill-in-the-blank) happening?”, “What do you want me to do with my life?”, or “Should I choose Option A or Option B?” Pilgrim Center of Hope’s Media Coordinator, Angela Sealana offers some thoughts, when looking to Jesus for answers.
In every situation, Jesus always knows what he is going to do, but there are times when he will ask us what we are going to do when we are confronted with a challenge. Will we limit the possibilities of a solution to the resources at hand, perhaps believing it is hopeless?
ARTICLE – With all of life’s ups and downs, triumphs and tragedies, joys, and sorrows, do you ever feel like you need to find direction? Who do you turn to when you feel this way? Pilgrim Center of Hope’s Speaker Team Member, Victor Negron offers some helpful ways to look to Jesus for direction.
ARTICLE – What is a Holy Day of Obligation? Who is called to make up the Body of Christ? Pilgrim Center Hope’s Events Coordinator Nan Balfour offers some great insight to help you on your daily pilgrimage of life.
ARTICLE – How can we keep God at the center of our life, so we can look to him for direction? Pilgrim Center Hope’s Speaker Team Member and 2021 Catholic Women’s Conference Emcee, Renee Polka offers some thoughts to help you on your daily pilgrimage of life.
ARTICLE – Have we become accustomed to efficiency? God does things in His own way and in His own time. God answers all prayer that is for our good and the good of his kingdom. Find insight on how to stay the course when praying, in this week’s Pilgrim Log.
ARTICLE – Pope Francis has proclaimed a year of St. Joseph, from December 8, 2020, through December 8, 2021. How can YOU find inspiration and hope from the Foster Father of Jesus?
ARTICLE – How do you keep your faith in God even when you do not see? No matter what stage of life you find yourself in, there is an opportunity to search your heart, then you will see.
ARTICLE – Have you ever considered your words and actions, as planting seeds in others? Are you planting seeds for the kingdom of God? In this week’s Pilgrim Log, Debra Garza shares her experiences in planting seeds. Read and you will see, how these apply in our daily lives.
ARTICLE – When couples “tie the knot”, it is a sign of their willingness to love and sacrifice for their spouse. In this week’s Pilgrim Log, Mary Jane Fox offers great insight on this special topic.