• Help me brainstorm! What jobs/work do these skills suggest to you? Knowledges: learning, writing, editing, biblical and theological studies, habits, productivity, leadership; Skills: solve problems, develop/improve, get things done, research, study, communicate, lead, teach.

  • Idea: “What Color Is Your Chasuble? Your Guide to a Lifetime of Church Ministry” (But seriously, there don’t seem to be many great books out there offering practical guidance for finding ministry positions that are a good fit. Any recommendations?)

  • A new day. A new sea shanty stuck in my head. 🎶⚓️🌊

  • Any theologically-inclined editors willing to talk to me about their training and career and what being an editor is like?

  • Any theologically-inclined lawyers out there willing to talk to me about what law school and being a lawyer is like?

  • Can’t help but think that Jeremiah is a timely read for the church in the USA right now. (The ACNA Daily Office Lectionary works its way through it in Jan/Feb for Evening Prayer.)

  • Church Wellerman: ”I remember back in 2019 / when week-by-week in church we’d meet / the Body and Blood of Christ to eat / and so we would commune. // Soon may the clergyman come / to bring us both the Body and Blood / someday, when COVID is gone / we’ll get to log off Zoom!”🎶

  • Y’all, could we get like a YouTube channel, podcast, or something where all the techie micro.blog ppl explain the stuff that the non-techie micro.blog ppl should really know about? I hear abt so many cool tools that I don’t know how to use!

  • Trying to gauge market viability for a theologically informed pen, paper, and book review site… 🖋📜📚✝️.

  • I fully expect this to eventually be screenshot-shared there, but has anyone else had negative experiences with the “Anglican Church in North America (Unofficial)” Facebook page? Just curious.

  • Honest question: has Donald Trump ever admitted responsibility for a mistake?

  • Idea: The Sermon on the Mount = the true/proper knowledge of good and evil for humans.

  • Brave words from Russell Moore: “If you read nothing else, read this: If you can defend this, you can defend anything. If you can wave this away with “well, what about…” or by changing the subject to a private platform removing an account inciting violence as “Orwellian,” then where, at long last, is your limit?” www.russellmoore.com/2021/01/1…

  • Conservatism can and should stay, but Trump and Trumpism have to go. For the good of the country and the good of the church in this country.

  • I’m looking for work! Here’s my Indeed resume/profile: my.indeed.com/p/joshuas…

  • Here’s a “condensed for clarity” version of my story: www.joshuapsteele.com/portfolio…

  • So, on a scale of 1 to “toddler with a head cold,” how overwhelmed with life are you feeling today?

  • Make Thoughts/Opinions Slightly More Difficult & Time-Consuming to Share Again!

  • CRT is a pressing threat to the USA and the Church: Christian nationalism, Right-wing extremism, and Trumpism.

  • What a shameful day for the United States of America. Love him or not, Donald Trump lost the 2020 election. Lord, have mercy on this county.

  • What’s the definition of “sedition” again?

  • Yes, righteous anger is necessary on this side of the eschaton. And it shouldn’t be dismissed with “Peace! Peace!” when there is no peace. But incessant anger is not healthy. Perpetual outrage will burn out the prophets. We need the peace, freedom, and joy of the Holy Spirit.

  • "Be Quiet!"

    “Be Quiet!” A jingle dedicated to everyone living underneath toddlers. Enjoy, play on repeat, etc.

  • I wouldn’t wish “living underneath toddlers” on my very worst enemy.

  • Again, these attempts by Trump and Republicans to overturn the results of a legitimate election are simply shameful, no matter one’s personal politics. apnews.com/article/e…

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