Author Archives: Redeemed
So we are starting on what promises to be a special adventure. It’s a 12 week intense course designed to get rid of writer’s block/artist block and build creativity. It’s called The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity, … Continue reading
It’s been a long time since I, Redeemed, have been out. Usually when there is a major shift in who is out it means the new person has work to do. I’m guessing I need to do more work on … Continue reading
Well, I explained what the word “redeemed” means, but I never really got into how/why I chose that name for myself. First you have to understand that prior to choosing my name I really struggled with how to refer to … Continue reading
Redeemed is a rather “churchie” word. I suppose it could also be a financial word; but not many people use it in their every day conversation. I want to tell you how and why I chose the name, Redeemed. I … Continue reading
We were sharing things from the worship service when we were so rudely interrupted by our churning stomach. So, picking up where we dropped off, we wanted to share some of the quotes the pastor included in his message: an … Continue reading
Our pastor was our worship leader this week as well as preparing the message, so we enjoyed the benefit of the worship service dovetailing with the message. It’s extra special when that happens, in my opinion. Anyway, we thought several … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I have posted anything, even though I have been out occasionally in the past few weeks. I want to continue along the line of thought that Plex has been writing about, with some does and … Continue reading
As I contemplate the best way to tell you about myself, it occurs to me that I’m not an ideal example of what alters are typically like or how we function.
(by Redeemed for Abigail) I was born in the back hills of the Appalachian mountains. My father was a pastor to a small congregation and a missionary to the unchurched mountain people.
(written by Redeemed on behalf of Abigail)