RevGalBookPals: White Spaces Missing Faces

I am writing today from Big Timber, Montana, which was built on land inhabited by Niitsítpiis-stahkoii ᖹᐟᒧᐧᐨᑯᐧ ᓴᐦᖾᐟ (Blackfoot / Niitsítapi ᖹᐟᒧᐧᒣᑯ), Apsaalooké (Crow), Cheyenne, and Očhéthi Šakówiŋ peoples. It’s been a few months since I put a book review up here. First off, I want to acknowledge that many people have had difficulty reading… Read More

Worship Words for 18 October 2020

If you’ve struggled to find liturgical language adequate to this moment (pandemic, political crises, civil unrest, widely publicised injustices, and so much more), you’re not alone. By this point in 2020, with a seemingly endless journey ahead too, many of us are a little low on creativity. Here we have some contributions from our RevGals… Read More

Worship Words for 4 October 2020

If you’ve struggled to find liturgical language adequate to this moment (pandemic, political crises, civil unrest, widely publicised injustices, and so much more), you’re not alone. Day 476,902 of 2020 finds many of us a little numb and low on creativityHere we have some contributions from our RevGals community to help — feel free to… Read More

Friday Prayer

One to Whom Revenge Belongs, I feel almost nothing but rage and grief.  I am surrounded by those who make a mockery of truth, honesty, and justice.Their yes is “if it pleases me”. Their no is “if it pleases me”.Their vows are fulfilled on the bodies of people slain just for living while black or brown… Read More

Friday Prayer: Note to Self from Psalm 103

Note to self: Bless the Lord. We’re in the middle of a marathon slog, but God has not abandoned us. Intermittent joys have sustained us beyond what we could have imagined. The Lord has stayed our hand from slapping the foolish and, sometimes, from typing the thing we cannot take back. Come on, soul. It… Read More

Worship Words for 13 September 2020: I Beg Your Pardon

If you’ve struggled to find liturgical language adequate to this moment (pandemic, climate crises, political crises, civil unrest, widely publicised injustices, and so much more), you’re not alone. Here we have some contributions from our RevGals community to help — feel free to use as-is, adapt, or use for inspiration. If you use them in… Read More

Worship Words for 16 August: Remember Those Treated as Dogs

We know it can be difficult to find liturgical language that is up to the task — of online or physically distanced gatherings, of pandemic, of political turmoil, etc. Even our regular lives can have ups and downs that affect our creativity. Worship Words are here for you to use however you need them —… Read More

Friday Prayer: Honoring Congressman John Lewis

Essay by Congressman Lewis here. The Reverend Julia Seymour serves Big Timber Lutheran Church (ELCA)  in Big Timber, MT. She blogs at lutheranjulia.blogspot.com and readsallthethings.com. She contributed to There’s A Woman in the Pulpit and is President of the board of RevGalBlogPals, Inc. RevGalBlogPals encourages you to share our blog posts via email or social media. We do not grant… Read More