RevGalBookPals: Rise Up Shepherd!

It’s been a long year and it’s not over yet. I’m tired. If you’re not, I am genuinely happy for you and I rejoice for the peace that surrounds you. I am praying deeply for my own serenity as we slip into a season of busyness and activity around Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany. If your… Read More

Friday Prayer: Overpacking

God- You and I both know that I am over-packer. Three pairs of pants when one would be fine. More underwear than necessary because who, but You, knows what might happen. Several books, craft projects, and two journals because I always end up with extra free time… except that I don’t. It seems likely that… Read More

Friday Prayer

Santo Dios, ten piedad de tus hijos en Puerto Rico. Rompa los corazones de aquellos que se interponen en el camino de la curación y la restauración. Agitar la convicción del Espíritu Santo dentro de los pechos de las personas que hablan de la deuda, mientras que fingir a la atención. Muestre bondad a aquellos… Read More

In our space: a statement from the President of RevGalBlogPals

RevGalBlogPals includes clergywomen, members of religious orders, and women discerning a call to Christian ministry, as well as supportive clergy and lay people. Our online settings, from this blog to Facebook, also include men as well as people who do not identify as either male or female. Our criteria for membership are 1) support of… Read More

Friday Prayer: Bisexual Visibility Week

God whose nature is bigger than our imagination,  We give you thanks for the gift of our friends and family who are bisexual. We thank you that your creativity is beyond binaries. Bisexual people, within your glorious creation, are witnesses to grace, mercy, and welcome in the entirety of their lives- vocations, avocations, and recreation.… Read More

Friday Prayer: What Do You Want?

Dear God- I am well aware of how you spoke to Job. I know the words of your Son. i have listened to your prophets and I have listened to those who have pimped the name of the Christ. All that being said, I’m still frustrated. I’m still crying. I’m still fist-shaking, gasping, head-scratching, foot-stomping,… Read More

RevGalBookPals: Womanist Midrash

Book bloggers are required to say early on in a review if they received a free copy of a book in exchange for review. So, let me be clear: I bought BOTH my copies of Womanist Midrash: A Reintroduction to the Women of the Torah and the Throne. Yes, I have two copies. I have my hard copy that… Read More

RevGalBookPals: The Cross and the Lynching Tree

This my confession of American, white privilege of a certain age: when I was in seminary, I took classes on race and ethnicity, but at the same time- I assumed that the biggest fights that would happen in my pastoral ministry would be around sex, sexuality, and gender and money. My social and class location,… Read More