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damned better one than i heard in my church yesterday!

will be chewing on that spiritual depth all week

should read 'spiritual depth-charge' - sorry

Nadia,
Thanks for opening the gospel in such a way that our eyes can see it.

Grace and Peace

hey Nadia - you might remember me? I was priest to the feig community in Gloucester, UK - and we hosted a pre-Greenbelt event in the cathedral that you came to?? we chatted about your tattoos. I've been using a pic of part of one of them on my blog header and just thought that maybe I should ask if that's oK.. (sorry it took so long.) you can see it here: http://michaelvolland.wordpress.com

liking the sound of your book. you wanna do a swap? I'll post a copy of mine out to you (just published - the story of the emergence of the feig community at the cathedral) if you post me yours. what'd you say?
let me know.
peace.
Michael

Heh, I met some LCMS people last Sunday. I can't tell you how glad I am. They're so generous and kind and brave. I'm grateful to have them here in my expat community.

I was gonna stop reading about half way through and say I really like how you linked the former readings in Mark--

then I read the rest and just know there's so much truth in there I needed to know.

Dear Nadia (and I do mean "dear"), I wanted to tell you: tears were literally streaming down my face as I sat in that comfy chair in Edina Community Lutheran Church and heard you preach this good news.

Holy. Shit.

I am so grateful to God for gifting and calling you and to you for answering that call in the ballsy, uncannily gracious, fiercely faithful way that's yours and yours alone. We may not agree on everything, but I'm here to tell you that fundamentally I do not give a shit about that. I'm so thankful that you are a sister and teacher of mine.

Love,
Croghan

just read the post again.
excellent. moving. disturbing.
thanks for sharing it.

"The impossible is what happens when, the Holy Spirit calls us through the gospel and enlightens us with the Spirit’s gifts" This is exactly what I have been experiencing in the past 6 months, after a meeting in which I came very close to leaving my church. Thanks so much for finding the right words

Incredible. Just incredible.

Thanks for the reminder that it's not about me. It's about God. And maybe God will bless me so abundantly that I'll give up the boatload of snotty opinions I carry with me.

thanks. loved it. sharedit on facebook and others loved it too. preach it sister.

eliza (anglican self-suporting priest in durban, kzn, south africa)

Thank you, Nadia. You are truly gifted.

It looks like you have a great site here. I will be checking back often. Once again, Great website, and great writing.

God Bless, Pastor Dan

Awesome sermon!!!! I wish I could hear you preach it!

Wow. Thank you for poignant, powerful truth the way it must have felt--in your face!--the first time around. Needed that!

CMS people last Sunday. I can't tell you how glad I am. They're so generous and kind and brave. I'm grateful to have them here in my expat community.

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