Monthly Archives: September 2010

RevGalBlogPals Friday Five: we who sing pray twice

as posted by MaryBeth Music is a part of the human experience, and part of religious traditions the world over. It is evocative and stirring, and many forms of worship are incomplete without it. Our title comes from a quote … Continue reading

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remembering

There’s a guy in Florida who has garnered a lot of attention this week for a proposed act for September 11 that doesn’t match well with “They will know we are Christians by their love.” This morning I pulled up … Continue reading

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buy in

There are a multitude of ways to build relationships with teenagers when you are a high school teacher. But one of the most effective ways to jump start that relationship building is to create “buy in.” You, as the teacher, … Continue reading

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RevGalBlogPals Friday Five: Storms of Life Edition

As posted by Martha Hoverson I’m listening this morning for word of Hurricane Earl. Is he coming to visit, or will he bypass my part of Maine and move further Downeast, or veer toward Nova Scotia? Should I buy those … Continue reading

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