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A collective of bloggers who believe that the Kingdom of God includes all of God's children, regardless of race, age, class, gender, ability or sexual orientation; and who long for the day when all of God's children - lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, straight - are fully welcome around the Table of the Lord.

Grace Murray
What would surprise Jesus asks what bcommunitys you wonder? How do we walk our faith journeys with the inclusiveness of Christ?

Baptists Affirming Reconciliation, Opportunity, and Servanthood. A place where Baptists seeking to unite and serve Christ in humility and love can gather and grow.

Twerpette seeks to tweak the long nose of life with humor, affection and gravitas. Cheeky topics include faith and spirituality, dating and relationships, and emotional or spiritual abuse recovery.

stumbling toward divinity
the life and times of a hopeless church nerd on his way toward becoming a pastor.

LutheranChik's "L" Word Diary
Can a liturgically minded, lectionary-loving, link-collecting ELCA Lutheran laywoman find happiness and kindred spirits on the Internet? Ja, you betcha! "Here I blog; I can do no other; God help me." Soli ...

Thoughts from a First Year Minister
Reflections from a new minister in her first parish (otherwise known as, watch the progressive, activist Christian attempt to be the pastor in conservative, rural community).

Order of Santa Ignora
The Order of Santa Ignora is dedicated to bcommunitying the Left and Right Wings of the Body of Christ together and flapping in unison, so we can get this puppy off the ground. Members take vows of Commentary, ...

Grover's Corners
A thirty-something gay Lutheran pastor reflects on the Church, music, and anything else that pops up in his haphazard mind.

The Third Sunrise
Just another Lutheran chick out to change the world and have fun doing it.

DoubleP Speaks
In the field of God's work...praying daily that God works through me for the sake of others. Struggling with loving my flock and seeing each of them always as Children of God.

Behind the surface
A former academic who now blogs about being Byzantine Catholic, struggling with chronic illness, and living amidst the horror and wonder behind the usual surface of healthy living.

"The grace of God is strong and liberal." -- John Wesley

The World Monitor
A news, commentary, and review website, edited by a gay Episcopalian.

Throwing Stones
A new Deacon hoping to gather the wisdom of blog-visitors as I travel on down the road...

not too much
Journal and pages of a Australian Anglican theology student who lives in Canberra with his same-sex partner and is writing a thesis on the Holy Spirit and wisdom in the church

Episcopal Chaplain at the Bedside
An Episcopal (Anglican) Chaplain in Health Care reflecting on work and faith and life. NOTA BENE: my opinions are my own and do not represent the Episcopal Church or the health care system within which ...

Church Stuff-more or less
Does the church make sense or do we make it too hard for people to come in? I think yes and yes and the task then is to make it easier. Maybe for someone out there, this will be the case. I write as a ...

Rainbow Pastor
I write about my life as the transplanted American pastor of a GLBT congregation in Canada. Theology, current events, politics, family life, pets, art, music, movies, and literature all get thrown into ...

Hipchickmamma goes to seminary
Come and hear the rants and ravings and poetry of a lunatical seminary student (who is also mom of three onerous girls--from which the lunacy arises?). Don't look for any answers here...all I've got is ...

Barefoot and Laughing
I'm an Episcopal seminarian at Church Divinity School of the Pacific in Berkeley, CA. The +Robinson election brought me back to the church, and here I am, a feather on the dove's left wing.

Christians and Writers and Queers, Oh My!
A queer take on Christians, Christianity, writers, writing, and anything else that crosses my mind.

Shuck and Jive
A Presbyterian minister blogs about spirituality, culture, religion (both organized and disorganized), life, evolution, literature, Jesus and lightening up. John Shuck is the pastor of the First Presbyterian ...

Catholic Women Clergy
This is a group blog presented by (thus far) two Independent Catholic women priests. We post on spirituality, liturgy, feminist theology, and also inform people about the ministries of Catholic women ...

Random musings from a 5th generation NE Missourian and a 1st generation Episcopalian who belongs to an oasis congregation within the Diocese of Missouri.

Eternal Echoes
musings on a spiritual journey