Rev. Axel Gehrmann and W.A. Ray Krise
The season of spring, as well as the religious and secular holidays that have sprung up this time of year – stories of saviors’ resurrections, of a religious people’s liberation, of gods returning to earth, and furry, long-eared harbingers of spring – all of them offer perspectives on perennial questions: How might we imagine our own personal growth and spiritual rejuvenation? After an extended period of winter (and pandemic) dormancy we ask: How can we come back to life?