“No Place Like Home”

Revs. Axel Gehrmann and W.A. Corey Brunson
Homes come in all shapes and sizes. Often – but not always – they involve four walls and a roof over our heads. Sometimes a mortgage or rent, inspections, insurance, perpetual improvements, maintenance and repairs. But a home is more than a physical structure or a place on a map. Home has a spiritual dimension. In the course of our life journey home is the place we come from. In some traditions home is imagined as the place where our journey ends. What does home mean to you?