March 10


Currently on my easel is this under-painting of a favored spot for many on the Guild campus.

Lupine bear witness—

years of coming and going.



Rwandan peacebuilder and doctor Joseph Ryarasa Nkurunziza in the Keep Watch with Me Lenten Reader, writes, “[T]he more the young girl, surrounded by other people talked, about her pain, the more she was able to heal. In community, she searched for life after death.”


‘liminal moments’ ~ those moments when the little hairs on our arms rise, when goose bumps appear, when tears well up

“Being part of the cosmic dance can only be known experientially.” ~Richard Rohr


The source of all light and life and love…an awestruck wonder…whispered down the infinite ear of mystery: God …Is …With …In …Us. ~Joe Davis, spoken-word poet and rapper from Milwaukee


another morning of lovely reflection with Jan Richardson’s Beloved Lenten Retreat


Notes taken during LEAD’s Spiritual Practices Retreat on Mark 2:1-12


Marked with the Cross of Christ… Lectio Journal – A spiritual journal is a record of God’s word to you. Does anything in the Galatians 6:14 passage stand out to you? Make notes on what stirs you. Perhaps you’d enjoy adding color, shapes and images to your notes. Give yourself permission to be immersed in creating. Don’t worry about the outcome, just enjoy the creative conversation. Back in January, I was reflecting on that passage while in Peru. This is a journal page created after a worship at Luz Divina Lutheran Church in Márquez, Perú. Lyrics from one of the songs caught my attention, “I who have been crucified, how much more will I sin? I who have been resurrected, another life to live.”


This painting was inspired by “Give us today our daily bread.” The artwork presented on Sundays during Lent was drawn by six young artists of Luz Divina in Márquez, Perú, and then painted by a community of 90 artists! Special thanks to ARTreach!

Este pintura fue inspirada por “Danos hoy nuestro pan de cada día.” Las obras de arte presentadas los domingos durante la Cuaresma fueron dibujadas por seis jóvenes artistas de Luz Divina en Márquez, Perú, y luego pintadas por una comunidad de 90 artistas! Agradecimiento especial a ARTreach!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s