Welcome to Friday Favorites! As we come to the end of another eventful week in an already eventful year, enjoy these posts that bring us poetry, the timelessness and constancy of God, and the pursuit of God’s voice.
Be well and be blessed,
In This Place (An American Lyric) via Amanda Gorman (discover more poetry by the National Youth Poet Laureate who read at the inauguration)
“The Cup” / “Maundy” via Matthew J. Andrews (two poems that look ahead to Holy Week)
The End Which is Really the Beginning via David Russell Mosley (the planets, stars, time, and God’s time)
A Regime of Small Kindnesses via Jen Pollock Michel (on how we imitate the constancy of God’s care)
The Wonder of Truth: Caring for Words as an Act of Discipleship via Charity Singleton Craig (how do we, as Christians, commit ourselves to the pursuit of truth?)
Listening For God In The “Unquiet City” via April Fiet (learning to listen to and discern God’s voice)