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Some of my best friends are Presbyterians

Some of my best friends *are* Presbyterians, and most of them I met through blogging. So when Jody Harrington of Quotidian Grace asked if I would answer some questions for a piece she was writing for Presbyterians Today, I agreed happily.

You may read it online here.

5 thoughts on “Some of my best friends are Presbyterians”

  1. Wow. That is SO awesome! As I read the article, I kept thinking, “Oh, I read her. And her. And her….” and then I realized that keeping up with the spiritual disciplines of my colleagues has become something of a spiritual discipline of its own.

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  2. Great article! Funny you should post this … a few days ago I re-connected with a former college friend on Facebook, who is now a Presbyterian minister. Through his friends list I found many people I know through the Presbyterian church … friends of my parents, or their kids, or people who were in youth group with me and are now in the ministry. Weirder yet, my former college friend apparently knows a woman who goes to my current (Congregational) church! All I can say is “it’s a small world”.

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  3. This is a lovely article! I love your bit quote about writing being a spiritual discipline…I think if I am to make one New Year’s resolution, it would be to write every day, even if it’s more in the vein of “morning pages” from the Artist’s Way…or if it’s post-worthy stuff, that would be okay, too. But I keep saying I want to do more writing, and I keep not doing it, and it’s time to get serious! This helps me put it in another perspective as well. Thank you!

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  4. Thanks for the link, Songbird, and again for participating in the article by answering my questions AND introducing me to Melissa. I only wish I had more space in the magazine so that I could use all of your responses. Enjoy your vacation!

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