I had a hard time breathing when I saw those pictures; my chest
began heaving when I realized those were birds covered in oil. I felt as if the soul of our nation was drowning in the muck, along with our precious wildlife. You see, for my first job out of seminary, I decided to serve a tiny church in the swamps of Louisiana. I moved to the heart of Cajun country while I was still in my twenties and became a solo pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Abbeville...READ MORE
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Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Wednesday Festival: Something New
The RevGalBlogPals, Inc. Board of Directors met on June 7. Among the items discussed was this feature. With the widely-acknowledged downturn in blogging, nominations for the Festival (while greatly appreciated) have been few. It was decided to change the format for future Wednesdays to include a single, featured blog post from one of our ring members. Nominations for featured posts will still be accepted at firstname.lastname@example.org
***Carol Howard Merritt, who blogs at Tribal Church, writes poignantly about "How the Oil Disaster is Tainting our Soul:"