Short form Lenten Reflection Inspired by: 2 Corinthians 5:20b—6:10
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I am going to try to do a Lenten discipline of reading scripture and offering a creative response. The creative response will likely be a short form poem, but who knows! I may get really wild.You are welcome to join the journey. This is not a challenge, but it is a resource to prompt your own journey. If you would like me to list your blog here, I am happy to do so. Just drop a note into the comments.
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Poetry written this morning as I was cracked open wondering about social justice, the church, history of icky issues and prefiguring what will happen. And ultimately, where will I stand. I haven’t decided yet if I am satisfied with it, so y’all can let me know.
Musings on composting the church. =)
This is often the name used for Mary. Mother of God. She gave birth to God. Or so the orthodox Christology would have it. But maybe the orthodox had the right idea while missing the mark.