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
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For Lent Day 27, Mary Pandiani shares some of the writings from a recent Gig Harbor Gathering Hub called Collects style poetry. Learn more about Gathering Hubs.
In Memoriam. We remember Steve McPhail, who passed last week. And, a poem entitled “For Collective Grief.”–Debora Buerk, Editor
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.
Today, Selah Director Emeritus John Kiemele writes about the deepest of listening — our heartbeat — representing God’s Love Song to each of us. Deep, John, Deep. Savor on this 17th day of Lent.
Friday, Lent Day 15. Today pause and savor this poem by John Kiemele, entitled “With Interest.” John is on staff at the Rolling Ridge Retreat Center in North Andover, Massachusetts. Here & Now is broadcasting coast to coast with this post.
Lent Day 14. Today, walk around Green Lake with Selah Companion Kathleen Heppell in “A Moment in Time.”
Today receive a gift of poetry from the Selah Community’s Christopher A. Ball, “Greyness” for day 13 of Lent.
Lent Day 12. Correction: Today we are blessed with an imaginative reflection about four friends lowering the paralyzed man to be healed by Jesus by Zoanna Pearson’s son, “Five Friends.” –D.B., editor
As we begin the third week of Lent, Selah Center’s Executive Director Mary Pandiani wonders “Who Is This ‘Jesus?'” Lent Day 11.
On this second Saturday during Lent reflect on words by Thomas Merton and the importance of building community. Lent Day 10.
Lent Day 9. We greet Friday with one of our own, Beth Griffith’s photo essays and poems,”Love Embodied.” Savor her post over your coffee. So a little journaling perhaps. Enjoy!