Lia Claire Scholl

Rogue Reverend

Category: Vocation

5 January, 2015

Writing Days

Tuesdays are staff days. Wednesdays are office days, bulletins, newsletters and people stopping by. Thursdays are meetings. Fridays and Saturdays are my “days off.” Sunday is hectic and often unpredictable. Not to mention exhausting. But Monday. Ah, Monday. Monday is my writing day. And so on Mondays, I write. I write newsletter articles, sermons, and […]

21 September, 2013

Unfettered and Unencumbered

For the first time in my adult life, I am without keys. No keys to a home, no keys to a car, and no keys to a workplace. All of that, with a purpose. As you probably know, I’m heading to Bali for six months to serve with some wonderful new friends in a congregation […]

23 May, 2012

Cootie Catcher

I’ve been asked to write my call story for Jennifer Harris Dault, @jennintheattic on twitter. She’s editing a collection of stories, with a working title,  Priesthood of ALL Believers. You can help fund it here. I’ve said before, and written before, that I think that women’s callings are come as an unfolding. It dawned on […]

6 April, 2012

Learning by Applying

It’s amazing to me how much I’m learning about myself in applying for jobs. First off, putting down all my skills really focuses me on the fact that I’ve got MAD skills! It also shows off my rather renaissance quality about my skills—I do a lot of things, all of them pretty well, but I’m […]

22 March, 2012

Uncertainty

You’d think by the time you get to be my age, things would be a little less uncertain. But they’re not. As I feel myself being uncertain, and see my friends being uncertain, I have a few things I do to make it not seem so bad: Be Here Now It seems like focusing on […]

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