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This blog offers ideas on Progressive Christianity, Peace, Justice, Sustainable Abundance, Spirituality, The Perennial Philosophy (or Mysticism), Travel, Movies, Rock'n'Roll, The Presbyterian Church (USA), ...

reallyrural
A mental health professional and "tent maker" pastor in a very rural community I find myself with many thoughts, and not many places to share them. I find writing down the ideas that come to me as I read, ...

40 Days Without Facebook: A Lenten Journey Back in Time
Everyone seems to be on Facebook--it has become the major mode of communication for many of us, including myself. You know how people say, "I don't know how we ever got by without such-and-such?" Cell ...

The Busybody Presbyterian Clergyman
This is a blog of God's opinions. They are expressed through my words and my voice, as if through a glass darkly. Which is to say, God wouldn't touch these opinions with a ten-foot pole. But She's quite ...

Monmouth Presbytery Clerks' Corner
This is a place for Clerks of Session of Monmouth Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and others interested in local church governance to receive tips on doing their job better, and to engage ...

Monmouth Presbytery Mission Cafe
The Monmouth Presbytery Mission Cafe is one blog in our medley of blogs; it has stories about our mission at the congregation, presbytery, presbytery partnership, and world mission levels. All congregations ...

New Jersey Hunger Action and Advocacy
New Jersey Presbyterian Hunger Action and Advocacy is a joint ministry of Monmouth and New Brunswick Presbyteries. We share the goal of the Presbyterian Hunger Program: to alleviate hunger and eliminate ...

Onesimus Online
This site shares my perspectives on history, theology, culture, the church, and other dangerous stuff. I teach theology at Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology to masters-level students from ...

Rooted In Christ
This site is a blog all about what it is to be rooted in Christ. Colossians 2:6-7 says "As you therefore have received Christ Jesus the Lord, continue to live your lives in him, rooted and built up in ...

La Bloga de Gregorio
I am an aspiring PC(USA) pastor (Austin Seminary, class of 2013) with a heart for Latin America. I have spent most of my adult life working in Latin America on development projects. I currently ...

Wrestling With Wrelevance
The purpose of this webblog is to attempt to convey my personal experience, as a recently returned Presbyterian Church (USA) Mission Co-Worker, as I readjust to a culture (both socially and ecclesiologically)which ...

Reason for Hope
The purpose of this blog is to help remind me to daily look for the hope that God brings, and to share it with others, who too may be looking for the light of hope in the darkness that sometimes creeps, ...

the healing walk
Reflections on disability, healing, and wholeness from a guy with cerebral palsy. My disability was never something I integrated into my life until I got into my 30's. When I got into my 30's I had ...

Pastor James
This is the blog of James Sledge, pastor at Boulevard Presbyterian Church. It is a place for me to explore my own thoughts on faith, including daily "spiritual hiccups" which emerge from my reading the ...

Kara Root
in the hereandnow explores the place where life is happening, where hope and despair collide and God is encountered - not the past, not the future, but right in the here and now. In this messy and marvelous ...

Very Truly Blessed
I am indeed very truly blessed and am thankful to God. I am grateful that God has given me another chance to be a better person. By God's Grace, I am here. By God's Grace, I am saved. By God's Grace, ...

Coffee With Calvin
Coffee With Calvin is a blog started to help my quest to read Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion in a year. I read and comment on the Institutes nearly everyday. After the first year, I intend ...

PCMK Interim Blog
This blog is a chronicle of a shared journey involving Interim Pastor Jack Lohr in ministry with the Presbyterian Church of Mount Kisco, NY. We will be traveling through the interim tasks of: 1. Coming ...

Hymns of Belonging
I write about faith, marriage, and finding a sense of place. Hymns of Belonging is about baptism and community, and all of the messiness and beauty that they bring into our lives. I'm a young husband ...

Robert's Musings
Life is much more enjoyable when read with the lens of Scripture and Scripture becomes all the more powerful when read with the lens of current events. Robert Shaw, pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church ...

Very Truly Blessed
Very Truly Blessed is a blog about life being rediscovered in the guise of a small Presbyterian Church. Away from any church for years and years, I found a small church 1 block from my house, a few months ...

Christ Plays in Ten Thousand Places
I hope to offer new and personal intuitions and insights into old stories and contemporary events. I am a Minister within the Uniting Presbyterian Church in South Africa (UPCSA)in active early retirement, ...

The God Article
The God Article is both a blog about Church\Theological\Liturgical related things (on the 'Church' tab) and also a blog about progressive Christian perspectives (on the 'State' tab)on politics in the US. ...

No Longer "Not Your Grandfather's CPA"
I am an elderly Presbyterian Elder looking at life, the Church, grandchildren, and the weather. I started this blog when my husband and I were trying to sell our house in Dallas and move to Tacoma. It ...

Four For a Year
We are a Presbyterian pastor and a marketing consultant attempting to follow Miguel Ruiz's "Four Agreements" for one year. The agreements are: 1. Be impeccable with your word. 2. Don't make assumptions. 3. ...




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