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Tuesday’s Thoughts: Orthodoxy and Unconventional

Tuesday’s Thoughts: Orthodoxy and Unconventional

bible, Scripture
I am continuing my daily art/haiku journaling practice. This is inspired by Marcus Borg's introduction to Galatians. I'd like to also shout out to Bazaart. They are a very easy to use app on my phone that allows me to create collages for free. I'm sure I could pay to remove their watermark, but naah! seeds planted with care the desert blooms like the rose nurtured by grace         (more…)
Tuesday’s Thoughts

Tuesday’s Thoughts

bible, Scripture
In Christianity, we have just traveled through epiphany. Epiphany is an "ah ha" moment but it is also specifically that time when Jesus is found by the magi in Christian scripture. We often travel through the whole story of the magi searching for Jesus, finding him, Jesus & family escaping to Egypt, then living there, Herod dying, and then Jesus & family returning home in five minutes. Yep. We go through about 5 years in 5 minutes. Rush rush rush. We do that very well. I decided to break up the readings so each major event occurred on a different day. Today is the day Herod orders all the children in Bethlehem killed. My thoughts, artwork, and haiku: searching for rest grace found in the wilderness enslaved no more 01-08-2019 Epiphany 3 Matthew 2:16-18 T...