VOLUME II: When the lessons of the past catapult you into the future.
LOL!Good luck on your search.
Oh, the search process can be awful. (Not that you don't already know awful.) You are in my prayers.
That's funny. I do hope that something opens up for you soon. Prayers for this crazy process and for you.Looks like I'm coming close to where you are at the moment. Maybe we'll find each other.
lolWell, that would be one approach...
Well, this time of year there are a lot of associate pastor candidates out there, so maybe you should go with something more valuable....like the ugly green carpet in the foyer that must. never. be. changed.
HahahahaI think that "Peace" is what makes it the. perfect. letter.
I'm with Mary Beth.
That is so funny. Direct and to the point.
You know, you bring me so much laughter my friend, - even (or perhaps specially) - around serious things. Praying the hostage taking exercise bears fruit!
Yes!BTW, many thanks for your advocacy re MS. As someone who has MS, I appreciate your passion for a cure.
Loving PPB's suggestion!
It's perfect. Don't change a thing. Good luck!
Yup, that ought to do the trick.
I'm with ppb, only make it some big blonde painting of Jesus instead....
You should just be able to pick out where you want to go. They'd be durn lucky to have you.We will all be references for you.
Love it!We should all be so direct :)
So, are you the rumored person who has accepted a call to our parish.....oh wait, wrong denomination. Shoot!
Teeheehee! Can I steal this for my daughter who is seeking a call (different denomination)? I just read a mystery story centered on a pastoral search process -- scary!
damn we're not competing for the same spot are we... cuz my cover letter sounded a lot like this one!
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