How does poetry help us to know God, as well as ourselves? And how can we find new treasures in ancient words? This Trinity Sunday sermon, which weaves together ancient and more modern poetry, explores these questions through three key Biblical words.
Check out these poetry readings in celebration of National Poetry Month, which demonstrate how poetry can connect us across time and space, and offer us some much-needed perspective.
A poem that explores the experience of walking a labyrinth.
What are poetry feedback groups, and why do they matter? Check out my article about my own experience of finding God through leading poetry feedback groups.
A poem about living in the tension of the "already, but not yet" this season.
"Art and Faith: A Theology of Making" is good news for artists, poets, and other contemplatives. Check out my recently published review of this empowering book.
This year, I've celebrated Black History Month by learning from Black artists and poets, past present, and future. The more I learn, the more I want to learn.
This is what doomscrolling feels like to me. What about you?
Why memorize a poem? What do race, #ChurchToo, and embodiment have to do with poetry? I explore all of those questions, and more, in this hot-off-the-press book review.
A time-sensitive invitation and gift, in the form of a star word.