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Leah Grundset Davis: In the Interim

I finished up my second semester of doctoral work in the Doctor of Ministry program at Candler School of Theology a few weeks ago. I jokingly made a Facebook posting that I wondered what I would do with all my free time and noted— “oh right, I’ll have a baby in a few weeks.” 398 more words

Women In Ministry

What I Do And Why...

A highlight of being a vendor at the Women’s History Expo this past weekend, was the opportunity to share with the women who attended, a little of what I do and why. 17 more words

Farm & Family

Women's History Expo

Saturday started off at 5 am with 2 out of 3 sisters creeping around the house to get all the last minute preparations completed. With a 3 hour round trip we wanted to make sure *everything* made it into the van *before* we hit the road. 352 more words

The Country Muffin

Lost & Found (in His presence)

As I sit in this coffee shop, I’m suddenly hit with this overwhelming desire to weep before the Lord. I don’t know how to describe it except that the Holy Spirit totally showed up and spoke truth, ministered peace and recharged my internal battery, much needed after a busy week of story times, meetings and ministry. 146 more words

Life Stuff

Women in the Pulpit: Fierce and Fabulous for Jesus

When I started blogging three years ago, I went looking for community, and the RevGalBlogPals were the first group to take me in. At that time, the original group of about a dozen clergywomen had grown to a ring of 450 blogs, now the Facebook group is 2500+ members, and some of the RevGals have just published… 602 more words

Prayer

There’s a Woman in the Pulpit: Christian clergywomen share their hard days, holy moments & the healing power of humor

I was a seminary student before I heard a woman preach for the first time. It wasn’t that I hadn’t spent a significant amount of time in the church.  788 more words

#RevGals

Before starting into my thoughts on Hannah’s post, welcome Jem Bloomfield to the discussion. Looking forward to your participation.

Now, on to the topic at hand; Hannah A has brought up some thoughts which hit at the heart of what we’re up to here (in my own thinking and desire for PTSS at least). 900 more words

Gender