A weekly curated collection of essays, poetry, and reflections for your spiritual journey. From The Wisdom Years.
There will be time enough for running.
For rushing. For worrying. For pushing.
For now, stay. Wait. Something is on the horizon.
Jan L. Richardson, Night Visions: Searching the Shadows of Advent and Christmas
Following The Epiphany Light
The magi left all that was familiar to follow a strange star, not knowing where it would take them. Their journey’s end revealed the Christ. Or was it a beginning? How is God leading you to leave what is comfortable in order to live into some new calling?
Following the Epiphany Light, the Epiphany offering from The Wisdom Years, begins January 9. Three ways to engage the study: join our Thursday-afternoon Zoom group, use the materials on your own, or gather a small group at your choice of time and location.
Materials will be posted on our website beginning January 9.
Staring into the Light
Fr. Ron Rolheiser repeats a story told by medical doctor and writer Rachel Naomi Remen about watching an elderly woman sit and stare into the light. She later saw the same look on the face of a newborn baby. We all, says Rolheiser, will one day be left staring into a very different light.
More about Ron Rolheiser.
The Gerasenes Demoniac
The healing of our own personal demons takes work, grace, and time. There will be tears, there will be frustration, and there will be setbacks; but there will also be glory. That is the lesson in the story of Jesus and the demoniac in Gerasenes.