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This week we’re featuring poetry by Thom Shuman.
To kick things off, we have a poem inspired by Matthew 15:11—and a conversation between Thom and Kyle about these kinds of poems and prayer for liturgy and beyond. See below for more about Thom’s ministry, including links to his work.
“It is not what goes into the mouth that defiles a person, but it is what comes out of the mouth that defiles.” Matthew 15:11
of all the things we could speak out about: justice for refugees; children in poverty; epidemic racism; homeless veterans; and so much more, we're going to spin our time quibbling about who sells the best coffee??? kyrie eleison
You can support Thom Shuman and Creative Commons Prayer by purchasing Thom’s work on Amazon using the links below.
The Jesse Tree by Thom Shuman
Daily Readings for Advent
Gobsmacked by Thom Shuman
Daily Readings for Advent
Thom M. Shuman is a graduate of Eckerd College (St. Petersburg, FL) and Union Presbyterian Seminary (Richmond, VA). Currently active in transitional/interim ministry, his liturgies, poems, and prayers are used by congregations all over the world, and by individuals for personal devotions.
His Advent book, Christmas Eve in the Diner, has just been published by Wild Goose Publications.
His Advent devotional books The Jesse Tree (2005) and Gobsmacked (2011) have been published by Wild Goose Publications/The Iona Community, as well as his wedding liturgy, Now Come Two Hearts.
Wild Goose has recently published The Soft Petals of Grace. He is a regular and frequent contributor to the Iona Community’s worship resources and prayer books.
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