… there are a few new pages on this blog.
They’re just some fun stuff that I thought I’d offer up for your reading or thinking pleasure.
First, is a glossary to go along with the blog … just in case you were wondering what I meant.
Second, is A Story I wrote several months ago.
Third, is my statement of faith.
And, finally, is a list of 100 things you might be interested to know. (This page isn’t new … but it’s kind of fun, if you haven’t already read it.)
After 8 years of friendship and countless hours of debating, dancing and even some drinking … three seminary colleagues begin a blog together. It’s a chance to stay connected to one another, a chance for others to stay connected to each of us, and a chance for each of us (and hopefully our readers) to have a venue to engage in a wider conversation.
This (hopefully) brilliant blog and these (undoubtedly) amazing women can be found at Wholly (Holy) Ordinary. We would welcome your visit!
Discipline. Discipline. Discipline. I confess that I resist it.
I’m not talking about the kind of discipline a parent imposes with children. I’m talking about a commitment to practices that help give our lives shape and form.
In my line of work, I deal with spiritual disciplines (sometimes called prayer practices). I recognize the importance of them; I know their role in the life of faith; I even know which ones work best for me.
But I have a hard time sticking with the practice.
Since writing is one of my spiritual disciplines … and since I am apparently in need of some accountability … I have decided to commit to blogging this year. Starting today, I will be posting once a day for all of 2011.
(What? Am I kidding? Do I realize how much work that’s going to be? Have I also realized that this will mean that my natural perfectionist tendencies will go largely unsatisfied? Do I intend to make peace with my own inner critic enough that I’ll be able to actually be able to post things without revision upon revision?)
I know it won’t be easy. And there will be times that it might not even be pretty. But it might be fun. It might be inspiring. It might even be a real learning experience.
But I’ll need your comments and encouragement along the way. I’ll be counting on your comments, and I hope you’ll “like” and share these posts with others.