Lia Claire Scholl

Rogue Reverend

Tag: friendship

24 September, 2013

Unfettered Update

There’s only one thing better than being unfettered. That’s being surrounded by the love and friendship of people you hold dear. I spent the day in Chattanooga, with some very dear friends. Two of whom are seminary mates from years ago. In fact, while I was at lunch with these two friends, I laughed so […]

30 April, 2012

My First Half

When I run around my neighborhood, I expressly avoid hills. I’ll run an extra mile to avoid hills. Imagine my chagrin when I ran the TriColumbia Iron Girl half marathon yesterday. It was all uphill. Every minute of it. Well, at least it felt like it. Training for this half marathon has taught me a […]

25 November, 2009

Cultivating Gratitude: Friendship

Friendship, friendship, how I love thee. I truly have the best friends in the world. I have brilliant, funny, loving friends. There’s the friend I call when I really need counseling (T), the friend I  talk to for hours, never running out of things to talk about (A), the friend I drink coffee with and […]

2 July, 2009

What Captures My Attention

You know what captures my attention? Relationships. I know it sounds stupid, but I want to know why relationships work. What makes one person like you and trust you, and what makes another dislike and distrust you? What is that little electric charge you get when you meet someone you like? And what’s the best […]

10 February, 2009

True Friendship

There was a woman in one of my congregations, several years ago, who complained about EVERYTHING. She didn’t like the music. She didn’t like the meetings. She didn’t like the sermons. She didn’t like the newsletters. Honestly, there was nothing that she didn’t complain about. She was an elderly woman, her husband had died years […]

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