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In Case You Didn’t Notice …

… 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.)

Trinity Debut

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!

Meg

Every Day (?!?) in 2011

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.

Meg

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