Rev. Jenn's Blog
In bleak Winter, under blackened sky, chirps ring out. Robin, great harbinger of Spring, perched above tundra. Song shattering night. Sustenance revealed below frozen ground. Artic air. Bitter chill. Darkness. Silence. Stillness. And that soft, sweet song, like a...
With thanksgiving, we discover our own hearts.
That kind of thing can’t happen here. But it could happen to you. It could happen to you . . . . . . buying groceries at Kroger. . . . gathering the prayer circle at church. . . . comparing notes in 4th period English. . . . reading Torah on Saturday morning. . . ....
As we trust the process of life, we find ease in our journey.
One of our greatest gifts in life is deciding how we’ll show up.
When we discover what makes life fulfilling, we’re ready to embrace change.
As we let go, we discover new pathways of peace.
In discovering the light we are, we light a way for others.
The heart of faith holds the best for all humanity.
Some roads we travel for a reason, a season, or a lifetime.
When we discover inner balance, we also find contentment.
Sometimes, “I don’t know” is the first step forward.
With faith and courage, we can transcend life’s challenges.
Transformation begins when we have compassion for one another.
The way we direct our attitude determines our destination.
Love is always the greatest gift we can give.
Faith lifts us above our fears.
As we accept life’s challenges, we discover new paths of thanksgiving.
Holidays invite us to rejoice in what matters most.
Sometimes, we can’t. So we don’t.
Let us remember what a beloved community we are.
We are most powerful when we live from the depths of our divinity.