Women of the ELCA Blog
Gavin is totally obsessed with being a pirate. When we go in public he wears a bandana and a pirate hat. He even wears a holster for his sword. His dad gave himRead More »
The month of May brings a lot more than flowers. Last week, May 12- 18, was Women’s Health Week. May is also National Health Awareness & Observances Month. So, what does this mean? You don’t have to run out and join a health club or an aerobics class.
The month’s awareness and observances includes—
Anxiety Disorders Screening,Read More »
Are your Sunday worship services predictable?
If your worship services are anything like the ones at my church, you probably follow one of the hymnal’s communion settings, you probably have a choir or a cantor lead the opening liturgy, and you probably have lay assistants help the pastor(s) lead worship. This is how it is atRead More »
It made the headlines. I have not heard much of an uproar about it. Not even on Facebook. Maybe it happened too fast? It happened in one day.
There was anguish in the halls of Congress over the long lines at airports and the flight delays caused by the furlough of air-traffic controllers so Congress strappedRead More »
Last weekend I was privileged to attend the Metro DC SWO (synodical women’s organization) spring convention where I met many who are loyal and dedicated to Women of the ELCA. Like several SWOs, these women are worried about their numbers, both financial and human.
The theme of the conference was Communication: Vertical andRead More »