Friday Festival: All Connected!

This week, reminders that we come from a variety of places and points of view abound in the blog ring. This one cracked me up when it appeared first in my feedly on Thursday: In Tales from the Great Adventure, Derek urges us to stop bashing millennials and help them fix the world instead! No,… Read More

“There’s a Woman in the Pulpit” – a review

 (Today on our blog tour, a book review from a RevGal who is not a blogger herself. Thanks to Sigi Hegelson for reading the book and sharing her thoughts.) “There’s a Woman in the Pulpit!”  When I read the title of the book recently published by Rev. Martha Spong – director of RevGalsBlogPals. I knew… Read More

Blog Tour #WomanInThePulpit

Together we RevGals have birthed / launched a book! It’s available for purchase by clicking on the book cover in the right sidebar. Remember that all proceeds will support the ministry of RevGals. To help spread the word, various RevGals and supporters will be featuring the book on their blogs for the thirty days between April… Read More

Announcing a Book Tour/Blog Tour: #WomaninthePulpit

Authors love to describe the loneliness of their book tours: the reading where only two people showed up, including the bookstore barista; the pile of unsold books, whose covers flutter like brave badges of optimism as they’re stuffed back into their box. Personally, I’ve experienced the unique solitude of sitting behind a table which holds copies… Read More

RevGals Book Project – updates

You may have seen this post last Monday. Updates are in Bold. RevGalBlogPals is excited to announce our forthcoming book, to be published by Skylight Paths Publishing, and to invite submissions by our web ring members. The 60,000 word anthology will feature essays in six areas of ministry and personal life: •    Worship/Preaching and Leadership – Anything… Read More

RevGals Book Project – an invitation

RevGalBlogPals is excited to announce our forthcoming book, to be published by Skylight Paths Publishing, and to invite submissions by our web ring members. The 60,000 word anthology will feature essays in six areas of ministry and personal life: •    Worship/Preaching and Leadership •    Baptism and Communion •    Influences by or on pastors from outside the… Read More