Dear College Avenue Friends,
A man named Rawge loves to photograph crosses that appear in unlikely places. In a field of grass where two blades intersect at right angles. In the shadow cast by a telephone pole. In the shape that wooden beams take in an old barn. Some of Rawge’s photographs have appeared on the covers of our worship bulletins during Lent.
On our Lenten journey together, maybe we could all keep our eyes open for crosses in unlikely places. As a way to remember the kind of self-giving symbolized by the cross. The kind of self-giving we learn on any spiritual journey.
Blessings on your Lenten journey!