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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Wednesday Festival: Lagniappe

1-4 Grace shares a post in which she sticks to her principles regarding music in worship. Good on ya! It reminds me how some people are never, ever satisfied.

If you hadn't already gone over to give Cheesehead a big hug, you might want to do so.

Elastigirl is reading a book that is informing her internship in a powerful way. Check it out!
Kathryn has some things to share with those of you raising PK's (Pastor's kids).

A RevGals blogger meetup was achieved by PresbyterianGal and Barb! Garbage Puff was along for the ride.

"This just in from the Department of Houston Religious Oddities, Osteen Watch Bureau:" reporter Quotidian Grace shares the news of Joel & Victoria's latest goodie.

and Jan is blogging about her favorite childhood books! Go join her! (When I saw her illustration I said, out loud, "Oooooooh!" and then had to try to explain to my spouse. You are warned!)

Speaking of books: please excuse the lack of a Monday post in this space...that day's regularly scheduled feature, a RevGalBookPals book discussion of Borg and Crossan's The Last Week,
will take place on Monday, March 30 instead. SO, if you have not finished it (or started it), here's your wake-up call! If you want to buy it, click on the title link and RGBP Inc. will receive a portion of the proceeds.

AND, while you're at Amazon, grab a copy of Daughters of Miriam, by Wil Gafney. It's the book for the RGBP Big Event in April, but even if you are not going to be in Scottsdale, you can play along, because it's also April's BookPals selection. Start reading now and mark your calendars for Monday, April 27th!

3 comments:

  1. May I post a link to my latest post? Wife, Mother, Pastor It's a joyful one worth sharing, I think.

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  2. It's a Lenten miracle - I'm blogging again. Latest posts have been about the new Lutheran Studay Bible. Stop on by and say hello.

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  3. Mary Beth, thanks for mentioning my post about childhood books. I'd wondered why so many people were visiting!

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