Friend and author Amy Simpson, whose forthcoming book Blessed Are the Unsatisfied hits book shelves in February 2018, is also a coach and thought leader on issues related to mental health. Amy recently invited me to share some reflections in a guest post for her blog. Explore these “3 Tips for Coping With Today’s Biggest […]
Several days of listlessly lying around with the rest of the family, all of us having succumbed to the flu, has not produced any great mystical visions or deep thoughts. In the absence of these, I’m grateful for a resource like the Episcopal Digital Network’s “Sermons That Work.”
The Rev. Dr. Joseph Pagano’s sermon for the second Sunday of Advent gives voice to what many of us have experienced, maybe most especially at this time of the year- that things are not as they were supposed to be. I commend it to you. (By the way, if you’re wondering why his name sounds familiar, it just so happens that the Joseph Pagano who wrote this sermon is the same Joseph Pagano who is married to Amy Richter of Saturday’s post.)
Tomorrow, another photo meditation in our Advent series, “Visio Divina” (“The Visual Word”).