In this poem, Rev. Todd Jenkins expresses our sense of loss and longing created by the pandemic. He says...Dust to dust —
or maybe germ to germ —
we trust you’ll hold
our pain in your strong
but tender palm.
And one day — sooner,
rather than later, pleas...
Rev. Todd Jenkins writes about our social distancing and longing for community in this poem which begins...Here we are, O God,
by a nefarious virus,
yet communally drawn together
by a mysterious thirst
for living water
Rev. Todd Jenkins writes the revitalizing effect of a creek in the woods in this poem which begins... I journey to the woods as often
as I can, because it is there that I learn
about and am reminded of who I am.
This poem by Rev. Todd Jenkins explores the heart of the Living Waters for the World ministry. He says:
Mission has beckoned from earth’s four corners;
water as God’s force no longer gives
life and health freely. How can we share what
we’re given so that everyone live...