Winter has undone me. I had a plan, a theme, for today’s Festival . . . but I found other posts to read, and my theme vanished into the snow. I trust that you will enjoy these marvelous posts anyway!
Linda Anderson-Little addresses a perennial dilemma for women: the tension that lodges in the space between desire and self-sacrifice.
Sister Julia explores discernment, truth, and fake news — perennial dilemmas for everyone these days!
Kara Root’s thoughts began with question from an Australian congregation after the U.S. 2016 election: How can we pray for you? The result? A congregation praying for the nation, a congregation praying for 40 days.
Ashley Goff shares liturgical experiences through which her congregation participated in the final days of their former pastor.
And today’s photography treat: Derek Maul’s images of the mountains of western North Carolina.
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The Rev. Mary Robin Craig is the Pastor of Independence (OH) Presbyterian Church and is a spiritual director in the Ignatian tradition. She is a contributor to There’s a Woman in the Pulpit, and she has begun to blog again at www.maryrobincraig.com/.
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