“Blossoms of Hope”; Beth A. Faeth, May 28, 2017

“Yet one of the most meaningful lessons I have learned in my garden is that of endurance. I am always amazed at how plants thrive with very little intervention from me,” Beth preached. “. . . Such is true of the human spirit. Even in seasons of neglect, in pain, in grief . . . we endure. We wake up each morning and face the day. Occasionally we may even laugh and know joy. We tend our families, even when our own spirits sag. We work, we worship, we eat, we go through the motions of life, because even in the midst of deep despair we hold on to the hope that that we, too, will eventually bloom again.”


Beth A. Faeth, Transitional Minister for Congregational Care

 

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