Featuring a Verditas Prayer by Hildegard of Bingen.
Today we can ponder a quote by Abraham Joshua Heschel a Polish-born American rabbi and his thoughts on silence.
John Kiemele offers this tender poem.
A poem by Christopher Ball.
Inspired by a Kairos Morning on The Lord’s Prayer, Lorina Meade offers this prayer.
Selah Companion Wendy Bryant offers a haiku and a painting in this post.
He is Risen.
As we wait for Easter and Christ’s resurrection, hear this spiritual composed by enslaved African-Americans, “Were You There?”
In this last week of Lent, here is a favorite poem of mine by Zoanna Pearson from Selah Center’s book: “Reflections: A Journey through Lent into Easter.” Lent Day 39.
A Selah Companions offers this poem about Jesus’ washing his disciples’ feet at the Last Supper on Maundy Thursday, Lent Day 38.
Today marks the final week of Lent leading up to Advent. Mary Pandiani provides an overview of the events of the “Passion” week and what it means in God’s story and yours. This is day 35 of Lent.