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Tag Archives: RevGalBlogPals
Book review: Denial is my spiritual practice, Hackenberg & Spong
I recommend that you acquire a copy, and keep it close for those moments when, for the sake of faith or sanity, you need to find yourself reflected in the mirror of another soul that has wrestled with life and with God. Continue reading
Ruined – a memoir by Ruth Everhart: Review
Let’s get the disclaimers out of the way first: yes, I have met the author. We are both members of an online group of (mostly) female clergy-types called the RevGalBlogPals. We both contributed to a book edited by the RevGals … Continue reading
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Can I say “fiery cat farts” in an Advent meditation?
This was originally published by the RevGalBlogPals in their weekly email. (No cats were harmed in the making of this Advent meditation.) I adjusted my Advent prayer rituals after acquiring a third cat. Animals are supposed to have a natural fear … Continue reading
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There’s a Woman in the Pulpit
There is much hope in this book. There is so much to relate to and to remember. This is a book for women who are pastors, who are mothers, who are sisters, who are daughters, who are human. Which means it will probably work for a whole lot of men, too… Continue reading