Entries by Selah Center

Visio Divina in the Southwest

A photo essay by Beth Griffith By Beth Griffithpart of the Selah Community Editor’s note: While Lectio Divina is a method of praying with scripture, Visio Divina (Latin for “divine seeing”) is a method for […]

Mystery of Suffering

May all the love you lavish come back to you in a glittery filled bright ball of sunshine As you have loved and cried and screamed and ached and nursed wounds […]

Lamenting in Haiku: Kairos Response

Breathe, pause, listen, hearSpirit awakens wonderPause, embrace beloved Deb Tripp   struggle to let gorefocus and re-engageas part of the whole Theresa Schaudies   AlienationSeeking different Gods we becomeAlien nation […]

To Uvalde in Memoriam

I was in the woods at 8 tonight it was similarly quiet, and they were singing here too I did not feel joy nor peace  I asked to the Divine […]

I Wonder

Words from Jeffrey Brusseau…. I was in the desert, in the depths of the Grand Canyon of Grief. It was hot, dry, miserable. The walls of these cliffs are brown, […]

A Prayer in Spring

“Oh, give us pleasure in the flowers today; And give us not to think so far away As the uncertain harvest; keep us here All simply in the spinning of […]

1 Peter 1:3

Praise be to the God andFather of our Lord Jesus Christ!  In his great mercy he has given us new birthinto a living hope through the resurrection ofJesus Christ from […]

Combinatory Play

While doing research for my doctoral dissertation awhile back, one nugget I continue to use is the gift of creative genius that by putting two-three ideas together, named by Einstein […]

Would I?

Would I recognize you Jesus if you rode into town on public transit? If you stepped off a bus in filthy blue jeans and a tattered coat carrying a bedroll […]