We are in the midst of Eastertide – the season in the church’s calendar between Easter Sunday and Pentecost. It is a time of joyful celebration. Resurrection – real and ever-present – abounds with every life-giving rain drop, every sun-kissed blooming.
William Sloan Coffin once said, “I know miracles are real, for I have seen Jesus turn beer into furniture.”
Resurrection happens in all kinds of ways – lives changed from disaster to hope . . . anger to laughter . . . resentment to forgiveness . . .
May you be found this Eastertide in full bloom – filled with God’s own resurrected, resurrecting love that never leaves anyone or anything the way they were found.