Haiku.

Wendy Bryant shares haiku inspired while on vacation earlier this summer in the Arizona desert south of Phoenix.

For the Interim Time

A photo taken by Beth Griffith brought a poem by John O’Donohue to mind.

Lent Day 40. Were You There?

As we wait for Easter and Christ’s resurrection, hear this spiritual composed by enslaved African-Americans, “Were You There?”

Lent Day 34. The Message of Easter.

On Lent’s Day 34, an excerpt from Selah Center’s “Reflections: A Journey through Lent into Easter” and a quote from Frank D. Getty.

Lent Day 29. Follow Ancient Steps.

Start off the sixth week of Lent, Day 29, with a real treat. A photo essay from Beth Griffith’s trip to Ireland with a poem written by Dr. Kirk Webb, the director of the Celtic Center. Savor: “Follow Ancient Steps.”

Lent Day 26. Why Do You Weep?

“Woman, why do you weep? Who are you looking for?” asks Jesus in John 20:11-15. Today Beth Griffith writes an imaginative response from Mary’s POV. This is the 27th day of Lent.

Lent Day 20. Divine Embrace.

Beth Griffith was inspired to write today’s poem from a photo she took in the Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada. May you be inspired as well on this 20th day of Lent.