Monthly Archives: August 2006

give it all to Jesus

Last night I was in one of those meetings where you do the best you can and then have to wait on the other pieces before resolution happens. Not ugly, just transition. Nevertheless, this pastor had some anxiety after everything … Continue reading

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stained glass ceiling

The New York Times has a story today (copied below) about clergywomen and the stained glass ceiling. The experiences of the women in the story rings true with the women I know. I have seen women who “moved up” but … Continue reading

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Back to School Friday Five

Back to School Friday Five From the RevGalPalsBlog: 1. What is your earliest memory of school? That would be playing “Daktari” during inside recess. I had never seen the show but I caught on quick that everyone wanted to be … Continue reading

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an untold story

As I was strolling down the blog path tonight, I found a post to which I decided to respond. I have chosen to say very little regarding the deep feelings I have because of the “fall out” from church people. … Continue reading

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RevGalPals Friday Five From Across the Pond

In the spirit of My Word! and Says You!, Songbird and Kathryn offer up a Brilliantly British Friday Five. Below you will find five phrases seen or heard by Songbird on her British holiday. Use your imagination to define them. … Continue reading

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the book meme

Here’s to the book meme! One book that changed your life: DragonDrums by Anne McCaffrey. I discovered it as a paperback in Jr High. Peimur helped me think that I might not be the only one in the world that … Continue reading

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fruity friday five

I suppose if I’m to have a blog I should write something so… the RevGalPals friday five is below Well, those of us in the United States are on high alert for air travel. Thank heaven, it appears that a … Continue reading

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