You know me

Oh yes, you shaped me first inside, then out; you formed me in my mother’s womb. I thank you, High God—you’re breathtaking! Body and soul, I am marvelously made! I worship in adoration—what a creation! You know me inside and out, you know every bone in my body; You know exactly how I was made, … Continue reading You know me

The Covenant

This ink design is inspired by Judges 2:1-2 The meditation on these verses and 'the covenant' itself led to the different expressions/reminders recorded in the Bible. Using simple lines and repetitive patterns the Tree of Life recorded in Genesis 2 is found on the left of the image.This is one of the earliest expressions of … Continue reading The Covenant

You know me

Oh yes, you shaped me first inside, then out; you formed me in my mother’s womb. I thank you, High God—you’re breathtaking! Body and soul, I am marvelously made! I worship in adoration—what a creation! You know me inside and out, you know every bone in my body; You know exactly how I was made, … Continue reading You know me

Gratitude

'gratitude' by, Henri Nouwen: "Gratitude is not a simple emotion or an obvious attitude. It is a difficult discipline to constantly reclaim my whole past as the concrete way in which God has led me to this moment and is sending me into the future. It is hard precisely because it challenges me to face … Continue reading Gratitude

Worship

worship is more commonly defined as the expression of reverence or adoration for a deity. In the Judeo-Christian perspective we are instructed to worship God in and through every aspect of our lives. Here is the book of Revelation John describes the presence of God. The presence of God takes our minds off our circumstances … Continue reading Worship

Palm Sunday

Hosanna!!!! Yes. Today we remember Jesus choosing to enter into Jerusalem. Its a very symbolic event. The Hebrews remembered their celebration of The Feast of Sukkot. One of the things they did as part of their celebration was to wave palm branches and recite Psalm 118  (... vs5. In my distress I prayed to the … Continue reading Palm Sunday

Male and Female, created in the image of God

The word 'mandala' comes from a classical Indian language, Sanskrit. A common, loose interpretation of the word is 'circle'.However a mandala is used in many religious groups for re-entering, focus and connecting with the divine. Here is a mandala that is designed to help one contemplate on who we are. The concentric rings of the … Continue reading Male and Female, created in the image of God

Diversity

More recently I have been pondering over the word 'diversity'. What does it mean? Why does it bother people? There has been a lot on the news about diversity or the fear of diversity. Quite honestly I don't think we humans have done a good job in enjoying diversity. But we try. Diversity is the … Continue reading Diversity

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Loving on our neighbors – engaging in the Christmas story

Stories engage people at every level – not just in their minds but in their emotions, values and imaginations, which are the drivers of real change. -Simon Hodges, https://www.positive.news/2014/perspective/15464/whats-special-storytelling-social-change/, 17th June 2014 Retelling the ‘story’ aids memory – Psychology professor, Dan Johnson, of Washington and Lee University, Stories make effective memory techniques The more you can make something … Continue reading Loving on our neighbors – engaging in the Christmas story