“What use are the psalms? Are they dusty old prayers that have nothing to do with us? Cheery blessings that are irrelevant to a person that struggles or doubts or feels anguish over the course of life? This presentation will illuminate the relevance of the psalms for all of real life–the good, bad, and ugly.
The Rev. Dr. Jan Fuller studied at Hollins College, Yale University, and Wesley Theological Seminar. She has been the University Chaplain at Hollins for 24 years. She is a Christian scholar, Episcopal priest, and teacher of many religions. She spent the first half of her life in Beirut, Lebanon, and is committed to breaking down walls between the Arab world, its people, cultures and religions, and U.S. misconceptions.”
Join the Rev. Dr. Fuller for “Psalms for Doubters and Strugglers” on Thursday, January 13, from 2 until 3:30 p.m., at the Glebe Retirement Community in Daleville.
Submitted by Susan Mason, The Glebe Retirement Community.