Kendra Thompson reviews Philip Yancey’s “Where the Light Fell” Continue reading Where the Light Fell by Philip Yancey — Book Review
Kendra Thompson reviews C. S. Lewis’ “Mere Christianity” Continue reading Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis — Book Review
In her poem, “Cathedral,” Kendra Thompson reflects on discovering a “cathedral” in nature. Continue reading Cathedral
In her poem, “Cruciform,” Kendra Thompson reflects on the Holy Mother. Continue reading Cruciform
In her sonnet, “What Am I Learning?” Kendra Thompson uses the back and forth nature of the form to echo the paradox of the tremendous grace alongside the scrutinizing aspect of daily engaging in morning prayer. Continue reading What Am I Learning?
In her sonnet, “Bene Nox Bellissimo,” Kendra Thompson considers the vast graciousness of her Maker. Continue reading Bene Nox Bellissimo
In her poem, “Parable Pantoum,” Kendra Thompson uses a form that includes the repetition of words to emphasize a question that is for her Lord and her church; namely, will you still have me? Continue reading Parable Pantoum