From the blog this week: When it Feels Like Death Has Won
“Prayer-infused confidence, compassion, and selflessness should mark how we talk about the coronavirus. Why? Because our Savior put on flesh (John 1:14) and stepped into our sickness, sin, and death.”
I love George Herbert’s poetry. This article provides a brief snapshot of his life and why he wrote the way he did. If you’ve never read his work, I recommend A Year with George Herbert by Jim Scott Orrick.
“I didn’t get everything right, but I did learn some lessons about navigating grief that might serve you in your journey.”
“In our circles, two cultural currents lead us to downplay or psychologize the reality of demonic forces.”