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Welcome to Rev-o-lution! Rev. Mindi is a sought-after retreat leader, writer and resource creator for congregations. Rev-o-lution is Rev. Mindi’s way of “looking around at the world.” We hope you find inspiration as you prepare for Sunday worship, insight if you are preparing to go on a retreat or need a retreat leader, and we […]
We’ve moved! We’ve upgraded! Welcome to the new site!
Looking for all the Lent/Easter resources I recently posted on the old site? PDF’s are now available in the “Special Resources” page of all Holy Week resources! Much easier to copy and paste into Word or to print right from the page!
During the upgrade, the […]
The Leadership Training School for Oklahoma Disciples in OKC has been postponed, and if it is rescheduled it will probably be too close to Lent for me to do my presentation in a timely manner, so I will post all resources here! Stay tuned to find out more!
I’ve finally made the leap and created a Facebook page for this blog and my ministry. You can click on the badge at the left and “like” the page. I will post links to this blog so you can go there for updates, along with sharing other resources there and I encourage other clergy friends […]
Dear Readers: I know that for many of you, Tuesday may come too late in your worship planning. Therefore, I am going to change my schedule and attempt (note the word “attempt”) to have resources out at the end of the week before. This will be the last week of my Tuesday postings; for January […]
I have heard great reports so far from some of the congregations that used my Christmas Pageants this year. Allin Congregational Church in Dedham, MA reported that it was “one of the best ever!” Here is a link to pictures from their production of “Massachusetts James and the Quest for the Christmas Treasure.”
Our Revised Common Lectionary takes an interesting turn this year, depending upon which strain you use–the Episcopalians and ELCA among other denominations sometimes have alternate readings for this Sunday. It is the first Sunday after Christmas, technically the second day of Christmas (there are 12 days, just as the song sings, with the 12th day […]