Lenten Series, Week One: Ambiguity

By Rev. Beth Long-Higgins  •  February 26, 2020

Living Faithfully in an Ambiguous World During these 40 days leading up to Easter Sunday, our writers have decided to use the writing of Henri Nouwen as the source of inspiration for the Abundant Aging blog. Specifically, his work published in “Bread for the Journey: A Daybook of Wisdom and Faith” provides us the seeds for our ponderings in the next several weeks. So, I begin with ambiguity.

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