Monday Prayer: Sun, Birds, Flowers & A World Both Troubled and Blessed

My Life’s Companion, Friend of All, Good morning. Sun is shining. Birds started singing so early today it was like they couldn’t wait any longer to wake us up. With morning broken, their song is even louder. They are giddy with sun-ripening currants on the bush and their first young ones finally flown the nest.… Read More

Monday Prayer

*In my country, Canada, we have been bleeding truth. Using radar, 215 bodies of buried Indigenous children were located on the grounds of a former residential school, and we know there must be more. Every country has a turn at bleeding truth, though, doesn’t it? So this prayer is ours. Spirit, sometimes I can’t find… Read More

RCL Commentary: Palm Sunday 2021: Living on Borrowed Time, Colts, and Promises

Mark 11:1-11   John 12:12-16 Approaching Jerusalem, Jesus paused. It had been another unsettling week for the disciples – a week full of parables they struggled to understand, an unexpected lunch with a tax collector, and a morbid take on this trip to Jerusalem. But seeing the city in the distance and knowing that ahead lay… Read More