Thanks to everyone who participated in the June Synchroblog.
Please remember to add the list of links to the end of your post.
This is a great turnout, especially for a summer synchroblog.
I hope you all can take the time to support one another by reading all the posts during the month of June.
This Is Courage by Jen Bradbury
Being Vulnerable by Phil Lancaster
Everyday Bravery: Overcoming the Fear of Being Wrong by Jessica
Moving Forward Takes Courage by Paul W. Meier
How to Become a Flasher by Glenn Hager
Ordinary Courage by Elaine Hansen
Courage, Hope, Generosity by Carol Kuniholm
The Courage to Fail by Wendy McCaig
The Greatest Act of Courage by Jeremy Myers
Sharing One’s Heart by K. W. Leslie
All I See Is Rocks by Tim Nichols
I Wonder What Would Happen by Liz Dyer
What is Ordinary Courage? by Jennifer Stahl
Loving Courageously by Doreen A. Mannion
Heart Cry: The Courage to Confess by Elizabeth Chapin
The Act to the Miraculous by VisionHub
the spiritual practice of showing up & telling the truth by Kathy Escobar
It’s What We Teach by Margaret Boelman
Thanks to everyone who contributed to the May 2013 Synchroblog about Being with those in pain.
Here is the link list to add to your post:
Make sure you go around and read everybody’s post, and comment on it if you wish.
What If … ?
When I was young, I loved to play the ‘what if’ game. It went like this: I would imagine an unlikely scenario and present it to my mother to find out what she thought. Since I had an active imagination, I engaged in this til I drove her to distraction and she would declare, “No more ‘what ifs’!!” Now that I’m older, I’ve discovered there is a whole group of people who play the ‘what if’ game. They’re called philosophers!
This month we invite you to play the ‘what if’ game with us. Try to imagine that some or all of the Bible narrative is not necessarily true history, but is myth of one sort or another. What sort of effect would that knowledge have on your faith? What effect might it have on the larger church? How would it change you? Would it change you and how you view the world?
We recognize that this might make some or all of you uncomfortable and while we recognize the struggle involved with that sort of discomfort, please feel free to blog about that fact as well. The ‘what if’ game can involve some prickly feelings and we welcome that as well.
Here are the links for for those participating this month:
hey all, here is the link list for the march synchroblog. i’ll post any latecomers in the morning and so check back to make sure you have the most updated copy. if you can please add to the bottom of your posts, that would be great!
Thanks to everyone who contributed to the January 2013 Synchroblog on the topic of how we will serve others in the coming year.
Here is a list of those who contributed. Make sure you read them all, and if you contributed in this month’s synchroblog, add the following list to your own blog. See you next month!
Here is the first round Link List so far for the November Synchroblog on the Spiritual Practice of Gratitude. We will update it tomorrow morning with any additional links that come in and appreciate you adding it to the end of your posts. Thanks for participating!
Here is the list of links for the June Synchroblog. All participants should put this list at the end of their post.
Rebecca Trotter at The Upside Down World – The Real Reason the Term “White Privilege” Needs to Die
Carol Kuniholm at Words Half Heard – What Do You Have That You Didn’t Receive
Glenn Hager at Glenn Hager – Unjust Justice
K.W. Leslie at More Christ – Sharing From The Invisible Knapsack
Jeremy Myers at Till He Comes – My Black Privilege
Alan Knox at The Assembling Of the Church – Knowing Who You Are and How Others Identify You
Leah Sophia at desert spirit’s fire – backpack cargo
Liz Dyer at Grace Rules – Christian Privilege
Kathy Escobar at Kathy Escobar – privilege.
Here’s the link list for this month’s synchroblog. Thanks, everyone for participating & for putting this link list at the bottom of your posts!