Monday, September 01, 2008

Welcome to All of You!

New members this week include . . .

  1. RevJavaDude's Cafe: Check here for Theology - Church - Culture - Imagination - Served with a Cup of Coffee by RevJavaDude, a Presbyterian pastor in his mid-forties, a spouse, father, brother, son, favorite son-in-law, who believes that imagination is essential for theology & Biblical work and would consider adding coffee as a third element for communion.
  2. Wine Ministry: This blog is a place for fellow wine ministers (and those who need ministering) to share good wines and the stories that accompany them. About Wine, Friends, Food and Theological Musings.
  3. Ministry as Clergy Couples: Exploring the unique ministries of Clergy Couples, and hoping to build connections between clergy couples in the PC(USA).
  4. The Rev's Rumbles: Honorably retired progressive Presbyterian minister, a religious naturalist who follows the historical Jesus of Nazareth, standing with the weak against the powerful: feeding the hungry, comforting the sick, bandaging the wounded, caring for those who cannot care for themselves, taking the side of the oppressed against the oppressor, and hopefully becoming more fully human (though I still have a long way to go).
  5. ...Hammer and Nails...: A weekly blog with mullings, prayers, thoughts and insight into the crazy place that is this Youth Director's mind. By Stevie P, a 24-year-old law with politics graduate from Northern Ireland, working as Church Youth Director in Allen Park Presbyterian, Michigan.

We're glad to see you here! You're all on the new blogroll now (look at the bottom of the page, on the right, for Members of Our Community - In Development) so that everybody else can check you out!


Elaine said...

How many total blogs does the ring have now?

Norman, Oklahoma USA

Sarahlynn said...

About 115 (all listed in the "in development" blogroll) plus nearly as many "failed" sites which don't show up in the ring because the RingSurf code isn't found on their main page. I'm sloooooowly in the process of trying to contact all of those bloggers about the problem.