This week my heart had I have spent a lot of time thinking about my little Harlem apartment, and Sahadi’s grocery on Atlantic Avenue; I have been grieving for a NYC friend who lost his father to COVID-19, and of course, watching the empty streets of Times Square.
So, this sermon feels special. It feels a little like a love song to a city in pause. Wherever you are this Easter Sunday, I hope that you find promise in the empty spaces.
Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kL2F5w1HNZo
All blessings and peace to you this Easter.
2 thoughts on “SERMON: When Emptiness is a Promise.”
Is there any chance of reaching you, Cathy M. Kolwey, to receive permission for quoting part of an essay you authored (“Redemption”) in my soon-to-be published paperback, “Realizing Our Deepest Desires: Journeying into the Joy of God”? and had published in The Sun, July 2002, pp. 32-33?
Yes Bernie, I am more than happy to talk to you. You can reach me via email at email@example.com