Tea Time was rushed though as I woke up groggy from a head cold I've been fighting & had to run errands to get our car to the shop for an oil change. Yesterday I had a nice English Breakfast blend from the Kurig at Mom & Dad N's house & today, as I write, I'm enjoying the second squeeze of a my Tazo decaf chai with a splash of milk & honey.
Tea Time make me take a a few moments in each day to breath deep & sort out my too often cluttered brain.
Tea Time is a time to be thankful for the hopeful moments amidst the despair of life's everyday news.
Boosted by Pub Theology ( with Humble Walk church ) & the discussion of Hope led by a college professor from my time at CAP I ask this week:
Where do you find Hope in your life & what are some ways to cultivate Hope for our communities?
This blog prompted by Capital University pride & ministers now located in MN