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Thursday, August 31, 2006

The Last Thursday Meet n' Greet

That's right folks, beginning 9/4 this feature will be on Mondays sharing the spotlight with the Monday Mission. Please keep on sending your great mission ideas to:

And now to greet (beginning Monday we shall meet too!)

Kindom Musings (we sure do a lot of musing in this webring). In her own words: I am a Church of the Brethren pastor in my thirties. While I love what I do, I started out with plans to be a veterinarian. God has a great sense of humor, and I wound up in ministry instead. However, my sojourn into veterinary science did make me a vegetarian, and a love of animals. (We have two cats and a dog at home -- only a small petting zoo!) My husband is also ordained, and we have two young children. My husband keeps me up to date on baseball trivia, and my children keep me giggling. All in all, it makes for a well-rounded life. I was born in Pennsylvania, moved several times for school and work, and have recently returned to my home state. On the Myers-Briggs scale, I'm an INFP.

In My Lifetime. In her own words: I believe all things are possible and that God's goodness and generosity is unlimited. I am tired of hearing folks say that this or that cannot happen in my lifetime. The time for justice, compassion and reconciliation is now.

epilegomai: i am called. From the blog: Epilegomai means to be called in biblical greek. This is the blog of someone called to be a disciple of Jesus. To me, a "disciple" is in essence one who is open and willing to learn. in that spirit, these are my musings, meditations, and reflections on spirituality, scripture, life, and God. I am a graduate student in a medium-sized Jesuit college studying Mental Health Counseling and Pastoral Ministry. I hope to one day work as a spiritually based therapist and campus minister for college students.

the vicar of hogsmeade. In her own words: A Clergywoman, single mom, and PhD student. Is that enough?
And from her first post: The RevGalPalsBlog had a Friday Five about musicals. The Bonus question was "favorite part you've ever played/sung." I started this blog just to answer that question.
I was Mark in Celebrate Life. Mark is the disciple who also plays Jesus. In a Southern Baptist church this girl got to be Mark and Jesus. Maybe it was a sign of things to come.

Whodathunk!? Our webring begat a blog!

SALT for the spirit. In her own words (abbreviated version): I am... wife of Dennis; mother of The Love-Bug aka Little Love aka The Bug, the heart of my own heart, joy of my life, far more than I ever prayed for because my mind could never conceive of such a wonderfully intricate and delightful little being; granddaughter of grandparents who taught me to love fiercely and forgive freely; daughter of two amazing people who have devoted themselves to their children and family and have continued to figure out ways to love each other; sister of three; friend of some hilarious people; pastor of a small congregation of good folks who still love quickly
I did her no justice with my editing. You must go and see her descriptions of the people in her life!

spiritual motion blog. From the blog: A place to find poems, songs/hymns, ideas, questions, plus. The spirit moves us to act and grow and move forward. I am an encourager; into prayer remembering God won't fix what we broke, but will work with us. I like to colour outside the lines...Jesus did too!

Connections: Dialogue of God and Humanity. Not much to go on here. Any comments? (from reverend mommy: I got it.) From a previous intro in a another place and time with Connections: I am an out of the box, idealistic, dreamer with a traditional flair that firmly believes God can do anything and provides perfect opportunities for each of us to become more than conquers through Christ. I have three wonderful children (all under the age of 5) and an awesome and beautiful wife, who are all helping me to rediscover laughter and fun in life. I find beauty in the challenge of discovering God’s grace in the steps I take as I journey through life with God. I cherish every comment I get back. Every time I get a comment, I thank God for the opportunity to be read.

Star Light, Star Bright. Just to make sure you are paying attention... I run a growing non-profit for exotic dancers, called Star Light Ministries, Inc. Our mission is to let every dancer know that she is valuable and loved by God.
Welcome one and all and now revgalblogpals please kindly go
and greet these kind folks!


  1. Amazing, we were the cause a blog starting. What a diverse great bunch of people.

    Will Smama what a great post.

    And welcome one and all. Glad you decided to come along for the journey.

  2. Everyday this webring blesses me. Every single day.

    Today, I was blessed EXTRA, by reading these amazing new folks.

    "Behold, what manner of Love the Father (Mother, Spirit, etc.) has given unto us!"

    that we should ALL be called children of God, and all be drawn together in God's arms and God's love in this ring.

    I need to go pinch myself or something.

  3. What amazing diversity! Welcome!

  4. wonderful wonderful ... thanks will smama

  5. Diversity is wonderfully human and a blessing. God made us that way and I am finding that this ring is a wonderful place to see God working. We may be diverse but we worship the same God.

    May we be always open to see the wonder in each of our ministries, whether looking still, or actively engaged in a church, or still discerning, or retired and now a 'volunteer'. Ministry never stops because love never ends.

    Wonderment is a gift of God's making...enjoy!

    Thanks for creating revgalblogpals!

    Blessings all, for your week ahead!

    Free Flying Spirit


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