Tag Archive for: Author Wendy Bryant

Day 17. Remember Me.

Wendy Bryant’s workshop piece, “Remember Me”, explores finding strength in brokenness, likening communal healing to a mosaic. It emphasizes finding peace and hope through God’s grace amid trauma.

Day 5. Haiku.

The Selah Center recently held a Poustinia, a Russian tradition of silent retreat for prayer and solitude, to prepare participants for Advent. This practice seeks to remove distractions and foster clearer communication with God. Wendy Bryant, one of the participants, shared her contemplative experience through a heartfelt prayer during the retreat. The center also followed the Revised Common Lectionary for daily scripture readings during Advent.

Haiku.

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

Haiku.

Selah Companion Wendy Bryant offers a haiku and a painting in this post.

Lent Day 3. Dorotheos Inspired Haiku.

Lent Day 3. As a follow up from Monday, Wendy Bryant offers a haiku inspired by the teachings of Dorotheos of Gaza. Entitled “Wholeness.”

Dorotheos of Gaza

Wendy Bryant shares with us from the teachings of Dorotheos of Gaza, a desert father from the 6th century.