As I allow this day’s images to wash over me, especially when I begin with the 2014 one and scroll up toward 2020, it feels like a story being told.
“In a world where bigotry and brutality could be around any corner, we need more foolish peacemakers: running to the spaces where violence strikes, hearing and honoring the stories that emerge, trusting that doors will be opened, feeling the pulse of the Spirit, going wherever She takes us next.” ~William Stell, Keep Watch with Me Lenten Reader
Curiosity about the origin of the word ‘attention’ led to this image. Of all that swirls, once in a while there is connection.
“In the wonder of your grace, this seed rises from the rocky ground of an empty tomb to offer new, abundant and lasting life.”~Bishop Bill Gafkjen, Indiana-Kentucky Synod of the ELCA
Here are sermon notes from Living Word today. We’re in a Lenten series asking the tough questions of Lent. Today’s was “How do we betray?” I have counted on and will continue to count on this promise, “Love finds us when we stray.”