Joanne Nelson wanders and wonders through tributaries of watery connections.
Benjamin Bagocius senses Noah forgot something.
Marci Rae Johnson explores the paradox of desire and detachment.
Maryann Corbett riffs on the various waters of life.
She rode out to sea at the wheel of the rented boat, her hair wild in the wind.
In “Water Mission,” Jillena Rose offers a narrative of a childhood in Saigon, where she learned the prayer of “women in white silk laughing, letting water run over their fingers . . . another sound for praise.”
In this interview, Josh Butler describes his work with the Advent Conspiracy, an organization that challenges popular consumerist responses to Christmas and seeks to recapture that sense that there is something prophetic and countercultural about Christmas, that a different kingdom is being celebrated when we celebrate the birth of Jesus.