Jason Chesnut

The term “sheltering in place” originally applied to active shooter situations. To shelter in place is to stay in your building instead of escaping into the woods. It’s safer, the thinking goes, to stay put.

2020, of course, is a year of this –– an active shooter is at large, not just for a few days, but for months on end.

That’s a lot, beloved.

It’s probably more than we even realize.

Take care in this time of sheltering, reader. May your place, wherever you can find it, be an oasis of peace in the midst of tension.

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Psalm 89:2 | I will declare that your love stands firm now more than ever, that you have established your faithfulness in heaven itself.

Kayla Koterwski-Tate, along with their spouse Zach, are storytelling photographers & videographers based out of the Midwestern United States. Together they own and operate Storyteller Co. LLC providing volunteer photojournalism, and artistic, emotive media services.

Kayla’s visual reflection for today.

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1 Kings 18:17 | When [Ahab] saw Elijah, he said to him, “Is that you, you doomscroller of Israel?”

Katy Stenta is solo pastor at a bigger-on-the-inside tiny PCUSA church in Albany, NY, and a writer of liturgy at www.Katyandtheword.com, and a voracious reader of sci-fi/fantasy for hope!

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Jason Chesnut

Jason Chesnut

| jesus-follower | anti-racist | feminist | aspiring theologian | ordained pastor (not online) | restless creative | #BlackLivesMatter