A few years ago I re-worked the words to the song “Thank you” by Ray Boltz, to be a note of appreciation to the volunteers in my congregation. It might be time to pull it out and share it again:
words by Michelle Collins
Based on the song “Thank you” by Ray Boltz
I dreamed I went to Advent
And there I saw the love
The volunteers share with the kids
In praise of God above. Continue reading a ‘Thank you’ poem for volunteers
In one of the Bible studies this weekend, we were pondering the passage from John 6 where the disciples are in a boat, the storm rises, and Jesus is nowhere to be found. We were encouraged to get into groups according to how we process life artistically–through writing, art, fabric art, drama, etc. I was asked to facilitate the writing group.
The question I was tasked to write about was: When you think of fear or terror on your journey, how might you express it artistically?
Here’s what I came up with:
The wind is blowing, it’s getting dark
I can’t see the shore, I’ve lost my mark. Continue reading Terror and Fear artistically