Remember this post? Thanks for your thoughts and responses; I really appreciate them. My journey is continuing and I will have the pleasure of watching Luther bring the Word today in our weekly chapel service at the hospital. As part of my discernment/struggling process, I was contemplating doing some reading on the issue of homosexuals in the church. I'm looking for a book that is fairly objective and gives scripture and tradition some substantial consideration, as well as maybe integrating behavioral science and experience.
Does such a book exist? What would you recommend for someone doing a lot of thinking and praying on this issue?
In other news, I have to say that I am so excited that a) RevGalBlogPals accepted me into the web ring and b) that my traffic has picked up considerably since then! Keep visiting me and commenting, and I will try and reciprocate.
No news on the Hospice position...last time I talked to the person doing the interviewing/hiring (one week ago today), she wanted to schedule a group interview for this week. I have yet to hear from her. I did call her again yesterday, just to let her know that I was still interested. If I haven't heard from her by Friday, I'll call again. I don't want to be a pest, but I also want to show her I'm persistent and interested. Of course, if this continues for much longer, I'll think about whether I want to work for her after all...