Tag: #lent2022

  • My “Barnabas” Friends

    A Miracle called Friendship By Anonymous There is a Miracle called Friendship that dwells within the heart and you don’t know how it happens or when it even starts.  But the happiness it brings you always gives a special lift and you realize that Friendship is God’s most precious gift. I recently came across this poem and thought of the many wonderful […]

  • To a Woman Wearing Spring’s Silken Garment

    Woman, in your mystical garment of spring’s fragile beautya luminous mesh woven of life flowing forth from darknessmade of living freshness to dress you in beauty, how doyou speak from within your wisdom of knowing that beautydoes not last through all seasons of time’s passing, for itssilken freshness blessed by zephyrs is soon met by […]

  • The Beginning

    A destination one afternoon—Cooper Hewitt Museum in NYCanticipation to experience treasures offeredstrangers upon entryMichelle with teenage daughters Bella and SophiaMarcie camera in hand on her ownboth possessed passion for art, photography, strong family tiescircumstances promoted conversationdelightful moments over cups of teano inclination of what might unfold every story of friendship uniquewho knows why it beginswillingness […]

  • Candlelight Dinner

  • A Prayer for International Women’s Day

    Today is International Women’s Day. Started in 1975 by the United Nations and building upon some traditions dating back to 1909, this day is perfect to pray for all of the women of the world. Will you pray with me? A Prayer for All Women And girls Our Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer in Heaven, Let […]

  • Walking with Unknown Friends

    About two months into the pandemic, my husband and I found ourselves feeling cooped up and stir crazy.  We needed fresh air: we needed to get out of the house.  Still feeling anxious of the unknown risks of catching Covid, we decided it would probably be safe to venture out to the Columbia Trail, which […]

  • Psalm 34

    Each Sunday we share music to guide you through this walk of Lent with friends.

  • She Called me Dear Heart

    So, you see, friends do the most extraordinary things. I will always be Jean’s Dear Heart, and she will always be mine.

  • Building Bridges

    The Lenten season is to me the most mystical of all the seasons and, thereby, the most beautiful in its power to evoke human feeling by bridging seeming opposites:  sorrow and joy, death and life.  How is it that life comes forth from death, which in the Christian interpretation, means resurrection from the tomb?  Easter, […]

  • Welcome to Lent

    On Ash Wednesday My friend became one with GodAnd let go of my hand. On Ash Wednesday. Her groans ended. Mine began. On Ash Wednesday. Tears trickle down my cheek As I sit silently in the back pew. On Ash Wednesday. The echo this day’s ministryWafts over me, but can’t break through. On Ash Wednesday. […]