presbymeme ii

Bruce Reyes-Chow, moderator of the PCUSA, has started Round II of Presbymeme, hence Presbymeme II. Here’s my meme and who I’ve decided to tag:

The Rules // Presbymeme II

  • in about 25 words each, answer the following five questions;
  • tag five presbyterian bloggers and send them a note to let them know they were tagged;
  • be sure to link to the orginal post, leave a comment or send a trackback to this post so others can find you;

The Questions // Presbymeme II

What is your favorite faith-based hymn, song or chorus.
“Lift High the Cross,” we don’t sing it much since it’s an Easter hymn, Mason and I decided to have it at our wedding…in June. It’s that powerful.

What was the context, content and/or topic of the last sermon that truly touched, convicted, inspired, challenged, comforted and/or otherwise moved you? This Sunday Scott preached on the armor of God. It really hit home and reminded me that as Christians and as leaders we will be attacked. And it called me on my lack of prayer and Scriputre reading lately.

If you could have all Presbyterians read just one of your previous posts, what would it be and why? Just a few weeks ago about my experience at MYC this year, the first time with this youth group and the first time as a SGL. Just have to check it out.

What are three PC(USA) flavored blogs you read on a regular basis?

If the PC(USA) were a movie, what would it be and why?
The Family Stone: Because we are all one big family called together by God. We all struggle, we all fail, we all hurt, we all laugh, we all cry, we all live, and we all love. With the power of the Holy Spirit who holds the family together, we are able to overcome individual problems and support the rest of the family when it struggles and hurts.  (Note: If you haven’t see it, I strongly recommend this movie!)

Tagged: Jana Creighton, Crist Goodwin, Heather Kelly, Sarah Grace Montgomery, Chris Peters

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