Lia Claire Scholl

Rogue Reverend

Category: Vocation

30 January, 2012

Mentor-Friend

I had a mentor once. Actually, she was more than a mentor. She was a friend, just a few years older than me, with a lot of life experience. Her name was Jan. She sang in an a capella band, with radical feminist roots, which I didn’t even understand. She taught me about money, making […]

17 January, 2011

Life Beckons

For the last year, I’ve been working during the week in Washington, DC, and living weekends in Richmond, VA. I worked 40 hours a week and was on call 24-hours-a-day. The commute was about 16 hours a week. In addition, I was pastoring a church in Richmond. And trying to have a life. The downside […]

19 May, 2010

Writing, Blogging, Preaching, and Being Busy

I miss writing. Well, more specifically, I miss blogging. I’m still writing sermons, although they feel more raw, more private, and even more confidential than before. So I’m not posting them anymore. But I haven’t written here since I really got going on my new job. Maybe it’s because I’m learning so much new stuff. […]

6 January, 2010

Happy New Job

It’s been a while since I wrote on my blog, but tons of stuff has happened. I interviewed with HIPS (Helping Individual Prostitutes Survive) in Washington, D.C. back in October for a position that wasn’t right for me. In late November, they asked me to interview for a different position. This one fit. And stuck. […]

23 November, 2009

Cultivating Gratitude: Creativity

Today was one of THOSE days. A Monday of the First Order. Everything I touched, broke. Everything I tried to complete took 15 steps more than it should. Case in point, I went to print labels from the post office web site, which required me to create an account, which I didn’t really need because […]

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