2015-01-27 12.51.50This week’s Friday Festival is a sampling of blog posts from our members. Some of them appealed to me because of their title, others because of a picture that caught my eye, others because I had not read that blogger’s work before. Use these links to join me in exploring a sample of the writing by our fellow RevGals.

Mindy Morris, blogging at Bits and Odd Pieces, describes a year of good things and hard things coming so fast that I felt like I was on a roller coaster as I was reading it.

Kim Matthews uses her post in Sandpiper’s Thoughts to reflect on scriptural proof-texting and letting Jesus speak for himself.

Melanie Lynn Griffen, blogging at Writing with Spirit, shares some experiences and insights she gained while substitute teaching.

Connie Tuttle, whose blog is The Gracious Heretic, invites us to think about the history we need to repeat.

Blogging at astrawberrypointe, Alicia Hager thinks about lights and maps that keep us on course and reorient us when we wander.

Take a few moments today to visit these or other blogs from RevGal members; and leave comments for them, so they know you’ve stopped by.

Barbara Bruneau is a recently retired Lutheran pastor living in southeastern Minnesota. She is a knitter, a weaver, and a very occasional blogger at An Explosion of Texture and Color.

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