An Altared HeartAnxiety, Prayer, Poetry, and Hope During COVID-19—Sarah Crowley Chestnut

What can be learned about God and self that cannot be learned in any other way but by staying in one place for a long time?

Our friend Sarah Chestnut asks this question in a series of Holy Week reflections on our site and over at The Rabbit Room. Drawing from her own experience of anxiety and the wisdom George Herbert, Gerard Manley Hopkins, and Psalm 23, Sarah helps us understand how God might be molding our hearts individually and corporately in these strange days.

Read "An Altared Heart: Anxiety, Prayer, Poetry, and Hope During COVID-19". You can also listen to Sarah read "CRUCIAL: Poems on Christ's Seven Last Words from the Cross", a series of original poems, over at the Southborough L'Abri podcast.

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