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johnieb

John

Southern New England

Layperson w/ M.Div.

Grace and peace

Jared Cramer

First Name (only pls): Jared
General location: Abilene, TX (currently in the Negev desert, Israel)
Ministry interest, if any: Aspirant to the Priesthood in the Diocese of Northwest Texas
Greeting to the community: Grace and peace.

Kristina

First Name (only pls): Krissy

General location: Pennsylvania, USA

Ministry interest, if any: Order of Carmelite Discalced Secular

Greeting to the community: I just found this journal today. I really like it. I have a Christmas journal and posted about St. John today, and wanted to see who else did, so I found this journal through tags. I am glad I did! I want to say "Greetings in the Lord Jesus Christ" to the community, "and may we serve Him and His Church worthily always". Love you all, Krissy :)

barefootpoet

Name: Lindy
Ministry Interests: worship, all things, mostly music
To the Community: thank you all for your thoughts, prayers, and insight as I read MIT's blog, may you all have a refreshing and life altering encounter with the Living God

Justin

Justin.
Pine Sticks of Texas.
Photography.
I hope you are well and happy and pray for you to be so. I wish you all the joys of Christmas and a Happy New Year. May God you a deeper faith, more light, more strength and grace to accept and follow His will with greater peace and clarity. May you have greater trust in Him and may He bring us all to rejoice together in His Light. God bless you. -T. Merton

Kristy

First Name (only pls): Kristy
General location: New Hampshire
Ministry interest, if any: Currently discerning a call to the priesthood but mostly blogging and doing odds and ends at church...oh! and choir.
Greeting to the community: I'm a bit of a lurker, sorry. Merry Christmas and happy New Year!

BruceA

First name: Bruce
General location: Kansas City, USA
Ministry interest: homelessness
Greeting to the Community: May you find peace and joy in the new year.

Paul

Name: Paul
Locale: Sapulpa, Oklahoma
Ministry interest: Baptist Pastor
Greeting to the Community: Peace and blessings on "all ya'll" [mustn't let the Texans outdo us!]

Benedictine Baptist

First name: David
General location: central England
Ministry interest: Baptist pastor
Greeting to the Community: May the Prince of Peace grant you His peace for this season and beyond.

Antony

First Name: Antony
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Ministry interest: writing
Greeting to the Community: Peace

Bryan

First Name (only pls): Bryan
General location: Lexington, KY
Ministry interest, if any: Lay Cistercian
Greeting to the community: In the words of Fr. Louis: “I hope you are well and happy and pray for you to be so. I wish you all the joys of Christmas and a Happy New Year. May God give you a deeper faith, more light, more strength and grace to accept and follow His will with greater peace and clarity. May you have greater trust in Him and may He bring us all to rejoice together in His Light. God bless you.”

LJean

First name: LJean

General location: Texas, U.S.

Ministry interest if any: Worship Assistant on occasion

Greetings to the community: (I have lurked for months-will speak out more...always am moved in some way reading this blog.)
May the Peace which passes all understanding bless "y'all" during these 12 days of Christ*mas.

Brother Tadhg

First Name: Brother Tadhg
General location: London, UK
Ministry interest: Urban 'emerging church' monk (like a jedi christian) & graduate of London School Of Theology.
Greeting to the community: God bless you guys!

Thomas

First Name (only pls): Thomas
General location: Philadelphia, though I'm actually English
Ministry interest, if any: um, I help out with Sunday School, does that count?
Greeting to the community: grace to you and peace.

Monk-in-Training

First Name: Terry (Br. T. Alphege)

General location: Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States

Ministry interest, if any:
I teach on occasion, I like blogging, and I have some ideas for the new year.

Greeting to the community: Hello and blessings to all this Christmas season!

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