Blogs of Members & Friends
Kenzie Bell is spending her junior year of high school in Oman. She shares her insights and experiences at "It goes Oman and on and on and oooon: Or the somewhat coherent ramblings of an American teen living in Oman.
"It goes Oman..." www.kenzieinoman.wordpress.com
Circle of Mercy member Rachel Jamieson, a recent college graduate, is busily negotiating the challenges of her first years as a preschool teacher and graduate student. Her insightful blog offers moving meditations and essays about the intersection between working for justice and peace and teaching young children.
Play and Peace: Musings on Early Childhood and Social Justice www.rachelbjamieson.wordpress.com
Russell Siler Jones
Russell, a therapist and friend of Circle of Mercy, offers ah-ha insights gleaned from experiences of daily life, movingly recounted.
Clear Eyes, Full Heart: Grace As It Finds Me www.russellsilerjones.wordpress.com
Founding co-pastor, Ken Sehested. who was also founder and long-time executive director of the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America, began posting a new online journal, prayer & politiks "at the intersection of spiritual formation and prophetic action." Visit and subscribe here:
prayer & politiks www.prayerandpolitiks.org