Monthly Archives: August 2007


The Irish Times is reporting that the Christian missionaries from Korea that were kidnapped in Afgahnistan are being released. A settlement has been reached. Read it for yourself here Advertisements

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RevGalBookPals: Grace(Eventually)

Truth be told, I didn’t have the guts to post this on RevGalBlogPals. However, all of the terrific questions asked are by RevAbi. Others posted their responses but, in general, I think they were more positive than my response. So, … Continue reading

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"Heaven’s Pecking Order"

Don Hoffman pastor of Creston Christian Church, Creston, WA posted a sermon with that title on a public sermon email list 3 years ago. He gave permission for anyone to use it. I thought it was quite creative so I … Continue reading

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Friday Five from RevGalBlogPals

Friday Five: Word Association, Redux posted by Reverendmother This one is patterned off an old Friday Five written by Songbird, our Friday Five Creator Emerita: Below you will find five words. Tell us the first thing you think of on … Continue reading

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worship planning

In the next two weeks, I’ll sit down and plan worship for the coming months. Even though I tend to plan in advance, sometimes flexibility is necessary. We’ll be presenting Bibles to 3rd graders and Blessing Backpacks on Aug. 26. … Continue reading

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how I wish I could cool down

Sometime in the first half of the 1980s, I had my first TedDrews. It’s really hot where I am now and I want TedDrews. But it is way, way, far away from me. TedDrews is the first frozen custard I … Continue reading

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I traveled five hours to go to my sister’s baby shower. There were probably 25 people there, 3 were pregnant, and one was 7 weeks old. I got to hold the 7 week old one for the whole party! I … Continue reading

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