People are writing a lot, I think. Some folks always write and others are renewing or beginning a practice in this time of distancing, of staying in and working at our computers.
So I ask, what’s saving your life this week? For me, it may be my kids playing games (mostly monopoly) together.
What’s saving your life? What’s bringing you joy or peace?
Revdbeth at House of Grace in Lenten Crosses offers us beautiful images of crosses of various kinds, found in the everyday.
Kristin reminds us of The Value of Repetition and Memorization as she finds value in the old memorized bits of liturgy that bubble up when she is trying to sleep.
Maren’s prayers have been one of the things saving my life. We have used two of them in our recorded worship services. She expresses so eloquently things I long to say. This is Prayer for a Full House.
Liz offers a vision for Easter hope even this year, Pandemic Easter. Who will bear witness?
Rev. Charlene Hinckley at Musings for a Beautiful Day cannot host a Queen of the Night Party as she waits for her night blooming cereus to open for the first time in the 17 years she’s had it; nevertheless, it seems to be the right year for it to bloom.
And, finally, Jan offers as a Not Covid-19 Post, inviting us to take a moment and think about and share other things.
This is a mere sampling of what folks are writing. I invite you to share your posts in the comments here or at the FaceBook page. Peace. –Wendy
Wendy Lamb works as a commissioned pastor in a Presbyterian Church (USA) in Southern California and teaches college English classes at a local community college. She occasionally blogs at Bookgirl.
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Thank you Wendy so very much for including me in these wonderful resources. Wonderful (and perfect to procrastinate on my sermon)
Thank you for your prayers. –Wendy