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Pray for Peace from Salt Project

A couple of months ago I was introduced to the website saltproject.org.  Their tagline:  You are the salt of the earth; but if salt has lost its taste, how can its saltiness be restored?"  (Matthew 5:13)  In my recent musings about salt, a friend shared that if salt does not connect with what it is intended to season, it is useless, lost its saltiness.  Our life together is about making connections. 

This is what they say about themselves:  “SALT is a not-for-profit project dedicated to reclaiming and sharing the beauty of Christian life through film, photography, music, poetry, and ideas.”  Their aim is to “build a community of conversation and resource-sharing that, like salt itself, preserves and seasons the best and most beautiful of the Christian tradition.” 

Beyond their self-description, I know three of the five on this team of creative, courageous, faithful folk.  The prayers they share are particularly timely and meaningful.  May this prayer, “Pray for Peace,” be prayed by many.    http://www.saltproject.org/  This is connection I am blessed to have made.  This is a connection I am honored to share.  

 
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