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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


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


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