I spent a couple of days in Milwaukee over the weekend attending the Milwaukee Episcopal Diocesan Convention.  I enjoyed meeting many new Episcopal friends, including Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefforts Schori, and I managed to sell a few books.

In addition to the comments in this blog following the posts, I occasionally receive emails.  I’ll reference a few here.

Awhile ago, I received a link to the blog of the new ELCA Synodically Authorized Worshiping Community (SAWC) in Hutchinson, Minnesota, called River of Hope.  Check out the blog that is filled with plenty of good news and certainly plenty of Hope.  Leave a personal comment and best wishes.

Another blog follower from Florida keeps me posted on the local activities of Lutheran CORE.  Seems the CORE email newsletter is encouraging litigation by linking to a Legal Assistance Agency.  The CORE newsletter also offers boilerplate resolutions for congregations to exit the ELCA and join CORE/NALC.

Finally, a blog follower from Maryland sent a link to the Carroll County newspaper article which discussed the activities of former Delaware-Maryland Synod Bishop George Mockro, who the blogger refers to as “a former ELCA bishop who is now stirring up trouble while claiming to regret it.”