Climbing with the Psalms

Climbing with the Psalms

Individual Psalms

Psalm 1 Psalm 2 Psalm 3 Psalm 4 Psalm 5 Psalm 6 Psalm 7 Psalm 8 Psalm 9 & 10 Psalm 11 Psalm 12 Psalm 13 Psalm 14 Psalm 15 Psalm 16 Psalm 17 Psalm 18 Psalm 19 Psalm 20 Psalm 21 Psalm 22 Slides  Psalm 22 Song Psalm 23 Psalm 24Psalm 24 Slides Psalm 25 Psalm 26 Psalm 27 Psalm 28 Psalm 29 Psalm 30 Psalm 31 Psalm 32 Psalm 33 Psalm 34 Psalm 35 Psalm 36

Becoming Storytellers and Poets

Fathers and Sons Mothers and Daughters Jim and Job When Grief Gets a Voice Breaking Barriers in the Balkans A Travelogue of the Interior, finding Your Voice and God’s Heart in the Psalms by Karen Dabaghian

Exercises in the Psalms of Lament

The Voice of Abandonment The Voice of Confession The Voice of Unspeakable Grief The Road to Restoration: Psalms 3 and 63 When Grief Gets a Voice in Sedona Breaking Barriers in the Balkans Psalm 142 Sermon Tears in the Night: 2 Samuel 1 Psalm 51 Sermon Psalm 3 Sermon Psalm 63 Sermon

Sedona Retreat

When Grief Gets a Voice Psalms and Poetry Women’s Retreat in Sedona, Arizona: When Grief Get’s a Voice, March 9-10, 2018 Brian Morgan, James Garcia and their colleagues, Karen Dabaghian, Elsie Kirchhofer, Lynn Gibson and Kristen Chen led a women’s retreat unpacking David’s Psalms as a model for our personal grief and unrelenting sorrow. Jetta Meyer, our host and organizer, sent out invitations to 20 different churches, including many women from Navajo tribe. The exposition of the psalms, James’ music…

Introduction to Psalms and Hebrew Poetry

Discovering the Power of the Poem A Song that Writes History Chronological Order of David’s Psalms Give Me a Authentic Voice Shall We Pray “Kill My Enemies”? The Shape of the Psalter The Dynamic Movement Within the Psalms Art of Biblical Poetry