"lent 2, 2017: water" mixed media (acrylic paint, found papers, gel medium, glitter, waterpaint, glass beads) march, 2017 gregory a. milinovich as i continue to journey through my lenten discipline of creating something each week that serves as my response to the theme and text in worship that week. since we are focusing on "the landscapes of lent" at St. Paul's UMC and Wesley Foundation, we began on ash wednesday by looking at ashes, then last week at the wilderness. this week we turned to the story of the woman at the well, and talked about water, and about what really satisfies us. somewhere in us - in all of us, i daresay - is a hole. a hunger. a desire. a need for fulfillment. some have called it a God-shaped hole. in any case, the lining of that cavity, at least for many of us, is lined with the scars of many attempts to fill it with that which doesn't quite fit, or fulfill, in any case. that must have been true for the sam
a collection of words about God and life and art and baseball and football and hope and my family and my ministry and music and the immense joy in each moment of all of it. it's a record of being human. welcome.