Surrexit Rex – Graham LePage

Who is this coming king? This already-not-yet regent, humble, hard, and kind, Lord beyond death, broken body bursting with life, transfigured with light, the torture wounds still open on his resurrected hands.

Arriving Where We Started

Our post here comes from dear friend, Sam Stockwell. Here it is: We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time. - T. S. Eliot, “Little Gidding” Perhaps Eliot wasn’t thinking of Lent when he penned... Continue Reading →

On The Receiving End

From WH Auden’s Christmas Oratorio For The Time Being: And because of His visitation, we may no longer desire God as if He were lacking: our redemption is no longer a question of pursuit but of surrender to Him who is always and everywhere present. Therefore at every moment we pray that, following Him, we may... Continue Reading →

The (un)Known Way

As newlyweds, the talk of children creeps into the topic of conversation for Hannah and I - what names will our children have, where would be the best place to raise them, what will they look like? Our thoughts wander to sports they will play, characteristics they will inherit... The list goes on and on.... Continue Reading →

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