Which Memphis-area house of worship do you find most beautiful, spiritual, sacred? And why?
God’s presence went from theoretical to actual for me in a rustic cabin nestled among the 145 acres of Saint Columba. Just a ten minute drive from my Bartlett home and only twenty to thirty minutes from many locations in metro-Memphis, Saint Columba is one of the most God-saturated spaces I’ve visited. I once spent three days in one of their hermitages in prayer and reflection. And, for a season, I spent a couple of hours each Friday prayer-walking the grounds. Each time I’m there, I feel God’s presence in the warm sun or crisp air, I see God’s creativity in the green trees or brown deer, and I hear God’s voice in the soft breeze and rustling leaves.