By The Rev. Deacon Joe Dzugan
We often hear it said that summer is a great time to energize our souls in nature. An opportune
time to take a break from technology and go for a walk or hike. A chance to hit the pause
button and sit quietly in a serene environment that will help bring clarity to our lives. And all of
this is certainly true. But is there something more, something that invites us to go deeper?
Something that will address the longing that people are experiencing throughou...