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Collins Gulf

From a day hike at Collins Gulf, on the Cumberland Plateau; a gorgeous Tennessee winter day, not a soul in site for 4 1/2 hours, with the Collins river and the tributary creeks up on the sides of the gulf all full of water from recent rains. Some verse written along the way:

The laurel hums the beauty
The water sings the praise
The gulf sits quiet, undaunted
Humility from countless days.

The cypress like Pentecostals,
Arms thrown, to the skies
Branches broken, blown aside
No pity, no queries why.

The moss, it kneels in silence
Mute, but, shouting glory
The river runs white and heedless
Its path long trod and hoary.

Day to day still pours forth speech,
Boulder, and winter smell of pine,
The precipice weeps, the limestone laughs,
And all for joy, for--joy.

--LCC, originally posted December 2015

A September 11 Prayer

A September 11 Prayer

A Prayer from September 11

 

Holy God, God who executes justice, who vindicates the righteous and vanquishes evil, hear our prayer. O Lord, you who have revealed yourself most fully in this one Jesus who called us to love our enemies, who called us to turn the other cheek, hear our prayer and bequest for guidance, discernment, and holiness of life.

We grieve, Lord...

Bison Block Party and Fireworks

Bison Block Party and fireworks, with a free concert featuring Lee Camp, Tokens Show, plus special guests Andrew Peterson, Andy Gullahorn, Scott Mulvahill, and more.  Friday, June 30, with inflatables for kids and food trucks starting at 5.30 p.m., concert at 7.00 p.m., and fireworks following.

The event is free and open to the public.  Food will be available for purchase from a variety of vendors, and lawns will be open for bring your own picnics. Bring a blanket, bring your friends, and spend the evening. Visit bisonblockparty.lipscomb.edu for more details.