Lord it is night. The night is for stillness. Let us be still in the presence of God. It is night after a long day. What has been done has been done; what has not been done has not been done. Let it be.What a great prayer to end a greatly blessed day. Much to say ... process ... share ... report: and too pounded to make ANY of those things happen.
So I'll let this great blog from Integrity's Caro Hall do the job for me ... and come back with more tomorrow from Atlanta.
My hat’s off to the SCLM who seem to have left no stone unturned. Commissioned by the last General Convention to collect and develop resources for the blessing of same-gender unions, they identified four areas that needed work; theological principles, liturgical resources, pastoral and education resources and finally legal and canonical aspects. Then they convened groups to work on each of the four areas and set about to use all the resources available to create the widest possible conversation.Read the rest here ... and stay tuned for "Part Two" tomorrow.