Interrupted by God | Glimpses from the Edge (Lind)
Noticing the Beauty of God
With camera in hand, Tracey Lind, dean of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Cleveland and an open lesbian, looks for and finds God on the edge of exclusion and embrace in Interrupted by God: Glimpses From the Edge.
This powerful combination of black-and-white photographs and spare storytelling shares Lind's spiritual journey as well as the interruptions of God in unexpected people and places, including:
- Lisa, the homeless Christmas angel,
- Siah, the infant hope of her ancestors,
- Sally, who feasts on communion remnants,
- the Garbage Tree on Ellison Street,
- Bacardi, the drunken Christ,
- and others.
About the Author
Tracey Lind is the dean of Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland, Ohio. She earned her M.Div. from Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York. Tracey finds photography is both prayer and meditation, welcoming her to see glimpses of God. She is a child of interfaith marriage, a lesbian, and has spent countless hours with the homeless. Tracey stays close to the edge so that she can see beyond her privilege. Explore the edge with her at her blog.
Paperback: 254 pages (8.5" x 9")