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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Wednesday Festival

Dear Readers,

Enjoy the following posts! One of the delights of the Festival is discovering some writing (and blogs!) that I've somehow missed. I hope you feel the same way.

Sally shares a reflection on Mary as well as a few questions about the internet and pastoral care.

As Advent comes closer, Ginger at WalkHumbly who celebrates a new baby and shares a couple of conversations with her older son -- one is a great interaction with a little girl and the other a conversation about baby Jesus.

At Faithstones, Jacque has just written some commentary on the ordination
of two women in the RC WomenPriest movement.

And, Shawna shares ideas that we could all use about Self-Nurture and Sabbath-Keeping and Making Room to Be Women.

Leah Sophia has some very cool images of in process and in-progress graphics from 1 John. Take a look at 1 John 3:1a and 1 John 3:17

Have you ever wondered what's it like to visit your church? Mitch takes a vacation visit to another church that made him look at their church through the eyes of a visitor.

As always, if you forgot to recommend the post that made you laugh out loud or wipe away tears (I know they're out there!), mention it in the comments -- or send it in for next week.

Cheers and Happy Reading!


  1. If you want to re-live your first exam week at seminary (so ok, maybe you don't), stop by; I could stand the company!

  2. If you're looking for resources relating to gender and Transgender Day of Remembrance, November 20th, I've blogged about that today here.

  3. This one great line up. Hopefully I'll have time to make another pass and leave comments. But it's off to work on Sunday's sermon now.

  4. here's a direct link to dona quixote's post--thanks for blogging about this subject.

  5. thanks for the roundup Pink :)

  6. I am leaving tomorrow for the National Youth Workers Conference sponsored by Youth Specialties. I will be blogging about it over at Waiting for the day...

  7. It's International Education Week!
    Come visit me and
    follow the link
    to take some great quizzes!

  8. Looky here! Quotidian Grace shares with us that the Presbyterian Outlook has an article on RGBP by one of our very own! Woot!


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