Fellowship of Saints and Sinners

Fellowship of Saints and Sinners


Mutuality in Ministry

Yesterday marked the end of a week-long “Mutuality” series with Rachel Held-Evans.  For technical luddites like myself, it was also an introduction to “syncroblogging”: Held-Evans invited bloggers everywhere to reflect on the theme of mutuality between men and women in the home, church and world, and then share their post at the same Twitter address.  The Mutuality 2012 Synchroblog, especially the list of submitted articles by gifted men and women bloggers, is most definitely worth a visit and a browse!

My own submission this morning, being late, probably will not appear on Held-Evans’ list, but you can read it here: http://blog.beliefnet.com/fellowshipofsaintsandsinners/2011/10/damaris-who.html.  (It also appeared in the September 2011 issue of Arise, a publication by “Christians for Biblical Equality.”)  Enjoy!

 



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