Today’s Zero-to-Hero challenge is one that is near and dear to my pastoral heart – building community. However, this is a very different kind of community. It is one of writers, thinkers, and bloggers. For “Not Quite Home” the community I would like to hang out with and read more from time to time would have to include people who are willing to look for grace wherever it may be found – or wherever it finds them. So, I did a search on “grace” and found some new (hopefully) friends that I intend to read. They are not in any specific order, but I do recommend reading them.
Not a WordPress blog but someone who looks for grace in the moment. I look forward to reading her blog! I found poetry and prose on this blog and though I am a great fan of poetry, I haven’t ventured into the sharing of poetry…yet. There is powerful stuff here.
I read a few entries in this blog and I found a whole lot of promise from this blog by a mother. I really hope to see more here. I don’t know what it is about mom’s that allow them to see grace so clearly, even when the light is “dimly burning” but it is there more times than not. I am glad she is sharing her thoughts and observations!
You had me from the title! This is a blog that is just getting started but a whole lot of possibilities in this one. Sticking to that joyously imperfect theme makes a great companion on my so-called endless journey toward home.
A Presbyterian pastor with two tattoos…Okay, I’ve got to follow this one. Yeah, I’m United Methodist and male but there are some things about being a pastor that, well, are just about being a pastor. I laughed out loud at the thought of “white” tattoos of “Grace” and “Love.” I’ve never had the boldness to take that step but will enjoy reading from someone who did.
Finally, I will be honest and say that I thought I had to find at another guy beside the new blog above (the “imperfect “ one) to follow. But the truth of the matter is that after reading about 25 extremely dogmatic and/or tired writings on “scriptural truth” I was beginning to get discouraged. Do all male bloggers about “grace” feel like they have to have the right answers??? Eventually, my journey allowed me to stumble upon this breath of fresh air. Glad it’s there. Look forward to reading it.
Okay…just for fun. Read this guy. He’s hilarious!!
Thanks for taking the time to read this and yes, I recommend reading and following those listed above!