Just imagine the "Mission Impossible" them here. (Dum dum dum dum ...) This is because on a Windy Day in Atlanta, I cannot keep a stable internet connection on the Emory Campus.
Good Afternoon, RevGals. The people you are about to meet are our newest members. Your mission? To go visit their blogs and meet and greet them. Reverend Mommy will be your point person today. She's in Atlanta currently dealing with a flakey internet connection. Here are the new member's vital statistics:
Blog: Random Thoughts of a Lutheran Geek
Location:Minnesota, United States
Self-Description: I'm a geek in the best sense of the word. I am passionate about books, movies, theology, philosophy, language, music, and of course, cheesy science fiction! Despite my musings over at livejournal, I wanted to start a more traditional blog here. I hope that my thoughts may be interesting, thought provoking, or even amusing. If not, I hope that you'll fovgive me! I'll do my best though!
Blog: Rev. Rants: rantings, reflections, and redecorating
Name: Divine Cupcake, twenty-something married female minister
Self-Description: I've never blogged before but now is the time! Its been nine weeks at my first ministerial call and ministry is rough. So I'll be using my blog to reflect on ministerial happenings, on my own self-care while also reaching out for guidance and commiseration.
Blog: Frog Blog
Location: South, United States
Self-Description: I am a first call pastor in a Southern town with lots of questions, few answers and a firm belief in God's goodness and grace amid it all.
Blog: Faith, Love, and Band-aids...a Lutheran Mom's blog
Location:midwest, United States
Self-Description: A 29 year old wife and mother, trying to figure out God's plan for her life, while trying to instill a strong faith in her children's hearts.(and hoping to have a little fun along the way)
Blog: Groanings and Grace
Location: Long Prairie, Minnesota, United States
Self-Description: I am a United Methodist pastor and Benedictine oblate who has been through the fire--personally (death of marriage and my mother within one year),and in trying to serve Christ's church (conflict survivor). I have much to groan about in serving three churches in rural small town Minnesota--a place not of my heart--yet recognize that God's grace is freely poured in the midst of it all.
Blog: Life on the Spiral
Self-Description: Life is not measured by the number of breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away. Learning to live out our faith is a lifelong pursuit. Living it out in community requires a readiness to share our lives and our thoughts. We must have people we trust with whom we can travel the road home. I have no idea how often I will write articles for this blog. But as I learn, I want to share. My thoughts, stories, and lessons may help someone on their journey. Since we are all in this together, why not help each other along?
Blog: Reflections on the Bible
Self-Description: I hope that the "Reflections:" posted here will not just be my own but those who wish to add their thoughts. Or to suggest a text.
Blog: Red Heeler Ranch A mythical destination deep in the heart of Texas, where dreamers dream big and cattle dogs run free.
Self-Description: I am (among other things) a wife, friend, dog mama, native Southerner, naturalized Texan, clinical psychologist, Presbyterian elder, and amateur theologian. My favorite activity is just hanging out with my husband of 24 years (the Scientist) and Amie, our sweet elderly cattle dog.