J. Dana Trent

Author of the interfaith memoir, Saffron Cross

Photos

Fred and Dana at the Sri Venkateswara Temple in Cary, NC. Photo by Franklin Golden

Fred and Dana at the Sri Venkateswara Temple in Cary, NC. Photo by Franklin Golden

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Fred and Dana at Binkley Baptist Church in Chapel Hill, NC. Photo by Franklin Golden

Fred and Dana at Binkley Baptist Church in Chapel Hill, NC. Photo by Franklin Golden

Fred and Dana at Binkley Baptist Church in Chapel Hill, NC

Fred and Dana at Binkley Baptist Church in Chapel Hill, NC. Photo by Franklin Golden

Fred and Dana at Binkley Baptist Church in Chapel Hill, NC. Photo by Franklin Golden

Fred and Dana at Binkley Baptist Church in Chapel Hill, NC. Photo by Franklin Golden

Fred and Dana on their honeymoon in India.

Fred and Dana on their honeymoon in India.

Click here to view more photos from our Indian ashram honeymoon…

Fred and Dana relaxing at Lake Johnson in Raleigh, NC

Fred and Dana relaxing at Lake Johnson in Raleigh, NC

Fred and Dana relaxing reading scripture in Raleigh, NC

Fred and Dana relaxing reading scripture in Raleigh, NC

Dana and Fred at Lake Johnson Park in Raleigh, NC. Photo by Jim Harris

Dana and Fred at Lake Johnson Park in Raleigh, NC. Photo by Jim Harris

4 Comments

  1. Dana it’s super and unique topic on your book, saffron cross is so nice i can’t explain with words.

    Already on middle of the book, going to finish it soon and if i am getting a reply from me will be delighted .

    thank you
    from india

    • Thank you so much. I appreciate your interest in the topic. It’s wonderful to hear from someone in India!

      Please do let me know what you think of Saffron Cross! Thanks for reading.

      Best,
      Dana

  2. I’m so thrilled to see you guys. Marriage got be a spiritual union, what can be more spiritual than a monk and rev marrying . May you both have a fulfilling spiritual journey together. May ‘Christ’na bless you 🙂

    • Lokesh:

      Thanks so much for reading and commenting.

      Indeed, marriage has to be spiritual in order for it to be successful (you’re so wise!), because the strongest bonds of partnership transcend what we know to be true about our material “stuff.” Partnership is mystical in the most sacred of ways, and I’m blessed to have married a person who makes God a priority, which in turn, encourages me in my faith journey.

      Blessings to you!
      Dana

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