September 27, 2010 | 02:20 pm

Monday - How did you learn about faith?

No human is an island entire of itself; every person is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. – John Donne

How did you learn faith? Was faith passed down to you through generations of family members? Did you encounter faith through your own compelling energy of curiosity? Was it a transformative traveling experience that caught you in the currents of faith? There are many entry points for us to learn faith. As we look to World Communion day this Sunday we have the opportunity to reflect on the global and local ways in which we learn and share faith together. The writer of II Timothy 2:1-14 gives us a glimpse of the ways faith is shared within a family. Luke 17:5-10 welcomes us to wonder how faith is increased. Your life and your faith is never alone, but an interconnected journey with those around you, behind you, and before you. - Jes Kast-Keat