They catch my eye as I’m scrolling through blogposts from the many voices & locations of our RevGalBlogPals webring: questions. Stirring questions. Hard questions. Seemingly simple questions. Everyday questions. Big picture questions. As I read them, I find myself slowing down, paying attention to wonder & uncertainty, and sighing with prayer. Perhaps spending time with these questions will help you pause too, and maybe you’ll take the next step of commenting on a blog and connecting with someone who’s asking questions that resonate with you.

“What are bacon-lovers to do?”
asks achurchforstarvingartists.

“Whatever happened to being irrelevant and unproductive?”
asks anglobaptist.

“What if there is no Great Pumpkin?”
asks Liberation Theology Lutheran.

“If we steward creation in the power and presence of the Spirit, how will planet earth be anything but replete with hope?”
asks desert spirit’s fire.

“Do you imagine Jesus hesitated?”
asks Sandpiper’s Thoughts.

“What is the church?”
asks It Seems To Me.

“What if…?”
asks The Vicar of Bolingbrook.

And there are more questions to ask, more questions being asked, more questions to discover if you click through the blogroll that we keep listed here on the RevGalBlogPals website.

What are your questions? In the comments, lift up a question to invite conversation and/or add a link to a blogpost you’ve written around particular questions and wonderings. Be sure to visit the blogs I’ve linked here in addition to others in our blogroll, and leave a comment there or just say “hello.”

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5 thoughts on “Wednesday Festival: So Many Questions

  1. What happens when we talk about and perhaps act upon the idea that church buildings are hard to maintain so let’s move church to a store front or coffee shop. What do we do with abandoned buildings that can’t be sold?


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