There’s hope…

Happy February, friends!

Where I live, we are all in some serious winter doldrums just now. The weather has been so abysmal that we couldn’t even tell, let alone enjoy, that the sun is setting an hour later than it was a month ago.

So…let’s party! There’s nothing like a good ordiversary celebration to lift the spirits, and I am looking for YOURS!

Were you ordained in February? Tell us about your ordination, and some advice you have for people being ordained this month.

Are you just looking to celebrate something about your ministry? Do it here! Consider this your license to brag about the amazing things you and the Spirit have been collaborating on. What’s been fabulous, wondrous, awe-some in your ministry life? Could be recently or long ago….whatever it is, share the good news so we can lift each other up and be reminded of the joy of living into this calling.

Happy ordiversary!


Teri Peterson is a Church of Scotland minister, whose view is normally amazing but currently can’t be seen due to the fog and rain and clouds. She is mom to a cat called Andrew, minister to an amazing parish, a board member of RevGalBlogPals, and a contributor to There’s a Woman in the Pulpit (which you can order in the sidebar!).


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