July 15th, 2004
|12:41 pm - Just submitted the following articles to OL:|
"ADF Vs. Wicca" (SundaySundaySunday! A Rumble in the Jungle! Bring the children! Kids Tickets in the Pit only $24!)
"Representing ADF in Public" (or: How Not To Be a Dork)
"Eris is Coming for Tea" (Hopefully I didn't confuse this with my erotic story, "Eris is Cumming for Mr. T")
"Discordia's Apple" (Which might not fit at all)
"Creating the Desire for Worship" (Inspired by my favourite Old Articulator)
Keep in mind that what I submitted to Oak Leaves are likely to be differently edited.
Man, Billy Clyde so wasn't insane. . .
By the way, does anyone know any congregations in Columbus or the surrounding area that speak in tongues or do snake handling? Or do faith healing? I really want to see one of those services.
Current Mood: awake
Current Music: "The Weather is Here (I Wish You Were Beautiful)", -JB
I'm not in the Columbus area (duh), but when I was in college (in Mississippi) I went home with a friend for Easter break.
While we were there, we went to two Easter services--one being an Easter eve service at her family's Baptist church (and at which she "got saved" for at least the second time, guess the first one didn't take--but that's another topic of discussion :)). Weird but not outside the bounds of reality.
The next day we went to her aunt's Pentecostal church, a great contrast to the shiny new huge Baptist church we'd been to the previous day, not only in that it was small and a bit shabby (which I actually took as a sign of sincerity). They had Sunday School for grownups (I guess this isn't uncommon but it was the first I'd heard of it). And they spoke in tongues. They weren't rolling in the aisles or anything, just talking gibberish, but I certainly knew exactly where the door was in relation to me while all that was going on.
So I'd say, check out the Pentecostals, at least for the tongues. You might get lucky.