Saturday Prayer – City Prayer

The city is terrible, of course. Too much concrete and not enough trees. The houseless suffer and the wealthy prosper. Nazis, who don’t even bother to be neo anymore, walk the streets unbothered. And don’t even get me started on the traffic, God. And yet, sometimes, when the sun is setting, and her lines are… Read More

11th Hour Preacher Party: Summers End

As summer turns to fall in the northern hemisphere, our best offering in my desert home may be the cooler evenings and sunsets. In the Southern Hemisphere, Spring is coming! What will you preach this last day of summer or winter? RCL preachers have scheming managers, famous quotes about “no balm in Gilead” (will anyone… Read More

Friday Prayer

This is my daily prayer: That I’m alert to God’s tender care. Grace and mercy abound, I was lost, now I’m found. This divine welcome with all I must share. The Reverend Julia Seymour serves Big Timber Lutheran Church (ELCA)  in Big Timber, MT. She blogs at lutheranjulia.blogspot.com and readsallthethings.com. She contributed to There’s A Woman in the Pulpit and… Read More

Help Us Build a Big Event

Beginning in 2008, RevGalBlogPals has offered a Big Event (BE) every year. Big Events are intentionally planned to include continuing education, collegiality, and respite. The planning process for Big Event 2021 is already under way! To help guide our work, we invite your input on what is important to you regarding continuing education decisions, as… Read More

RevGalBookPals: The Journey of York

I live in Montana and here, as in some other parts of the United States, the story of Lewis and Clark is part of the local ethos. The truth and the fiction of the Corps of Discovery is in the soil here. When Philemon was recently in the lectionary, I thought about York. York was enslaved… Read More