Tag Archive for: Selah Center

Summer Sabbath.

Mary Pandiani writes: “Sabbath is taking time … time to be holy … time to be human.”

Being Human.

Sherry Roscoe shares a contemplative poem on humanity, Being Human.


Chris Ball shares a contemplative poem on mothering.

A Prayer of Examen for Our National Holiday.

Steve Garnaas-Holmes shares “A Prayer of Examen for Our National Holiday.”

For the Interim Time

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


In honor the Juneteenth holiday, read a little about an escaped slave turned abolitionist and Women’s Rights Activist Sojourner Truth.

A Bruised Reed.

Today Chris Ball graces us with another of his poems, this one about “a bruised reed.”

Living Poem.

Sherry Roscoe shares a contemplative poem.

The Silence of Awe.

Today we can ponder a quote by Abraham Joshua Heschel a Polish-born American rabbi and his thoughts on silence.

So Glad.

John Kiemele offers this tender poem.

Lent Day 28. The Singing of Angels.

To wrap up this fifth week of Advent, here are Howard Thurman’s thoughts on the singing of angels. It’s an excerpt from Selah Center’s book, “Reflections: A Journey through Lent into Easter.” Get your copy now. This is the 28th day of Lent. –D.B., Editor