This is Your Day

We are not lost, we are not alone, we are not wanderers, flounderers, nor sitting ducks in a sea of probability. We are worshipers  in the service of Divinity.

Today I Think of The Women by Joel McKerrow

I think of the girl without a name, or a name forgotten, or a name that was lost when they sold her off to marry a stranger that did not know her though he was twice her age. I think of women elders, the champions of their people, those who show us how to live out of deep compassion when our egos get in the way. Joel McKerrow

Who is the Holy Spirit?

When all else fails, and you don’t even know what or how to pray. Think on the Holy Spirit. Our comforter and guide. Awaken the presence of the Holy spirit within you. Meditate on the person and power of the Holy Spirit. Ponder on His eternal characteristics and personality.

Arty Farty

Create the permission to smile whatever the weather.

Create umbrellas out of aspirins and parasols out of ice-cream.

Create cubbies from cardboard boxes and telescopes out of toilet rolls. Cameron Semmens

A Call to Follow

A Call to Follow is a simple and beautiful poem that you can use today as a prayer.  I particularly love the line ‘let me your creation discover how to be creative’. I hope you enjoy this simple… Read More

Friday Arts Day with Joel McKerrow

‘In a time when politics, theology, and other important avenues of human intercourse suffer from a flatness of prose and a vacuum of meaning,
Joel walks on stage just when we need him,
sounding off with all the craft of a first-rate poet and all the verve of a first-rate performer.’
Joel McKerrow

A Call to Grace

Monday’s Meditation A Call to Grace by Simply Simon Grace: it’s never far away. Hold out your hands now. Open your heart and receive its gift. For the undeserving and the spent, for the wounded and the weary,… Read More

Better Things by George Mac Donald

Better to have a loving friend
Than ten admiring foes;
Better a daisy’s earthy root
Than a gorgeous, dying rose.