Category Archives: Spiritual heritage

heading north and telling stories

We head north and then east tomorrow for our annual summer trip–our last year “summer” is flexible before Bubble starts school–to visit Computerguy’s parents. I am taking with me books and work and prayers and blessings. We’re doing a road … Continue reading

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the devil card

One can’t argue with the devil card. They pull out the devil card and the discussion is over. If I say, I am experiencing God by praying with the scriptures, by listening to what God has to say to me … Continue reading

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spiritual heritage exercise post four

We meet tonight, so this is it. Earlier posts and explanations can be found here, here, and here. 9) I feel closest to God when… I’m actually spending intentional time in spiritual disciplines. And when I’m writing. 10) My earliest … Continue reading

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spiritual heritage exercise post 3

I think I’ll quit belaboring this exercise, so here are some quicker answers. 3) People whom I consider modern day saints are… My Protestant Evangelical heritage comes to the fore here. I really learned well the lesson that we are … Continue reading

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spiritual heritage exercise post 2: people in scripture

Well, the RevGal Friday Five is kind of Rev specific today, so I think I’ll answer a couple more of these Spiritual Heritage questions. But first, a picture of the kids at the library yesterday: 2) The people in scripture … Continue reading

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spiritual heritage exercise

In our Believing and Belonging class for church, we’ve turned to the gifts and callings portion of the class. One of the handouts we are doing is “Reflection Guide: The Gift of My Spiritual Heritage” from Created and Called: Discovering … Continue reading

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