-Laura Newberry, stewardship chair at a small, urban ELCA church
From the Introduction:
“There is a part of the soul that stirs at night, in the dark and soundless times of day, when our defenses are down and our daylight distractions no longer serve to protect us from ourselves. It’s then, in the still of life, when we least expect it, that questions emerge from the damp murkiness of our inner underworld…These questions do not call for the discovery of data; they call for the contemplation of possibility.”
What are you reading, listening to, or watching that’s giving you hope right now?
Let us know what’s helping you through and why, and we might feature your suggestion in this series! (If you’re not yet a member of the Faith+Lead Learning Lab, you’ll be prompted to join before sharing.)
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