Welcome to The Pagan Household
January 7, 2011 in Uncategorized
Merry Meet and welcome to the Pagan Household! Many months ago I was listening to a podcast by T. Thorn Coyle and she made a comment that struck a chord in me. It was that while not all of us are drawn to be clergy in our communities that we are all spiritual leaders in our homes.
As I sat back stunned by these few words, I realized that there was no support for those spiritual leaders. So I spent the next few months trying to figure out the best way to fill this void.
I knew that I already had helped in filling the void for Pagan parents with PaganDad and with The Pagan Village, but not every household has parents in it. So what was a Pagan to do?
Well I turned to the wonderful group of people around me. In the spirit of the Pagan Village I drew on the community and created The Pagan Household. A blog that will be made up of the different parts of the many different Pagan households. A living and shifting tapestry if you will.
As of right now we have a handful of columnists that will be running bi-weekly. These are divided into the following categories;
- Family Crafting
- Family Dynamics
- Hearth Witchery
But there is still plenty of room available for guest posters. The idea is for all of us to be able to promote one another and collectively share our vision of a Pagan Household.
Want to come along with us?
Well there are a few ways to do that;
If you’d like to do more then just follow and instead want to be part of creating this tapestry of households. We would love to hear from you. So check out our Submission Guidelines and if you see anything you are interested in then please submit some of your ideas via our contact form.
Lastly I wanted to give some big big thanks to our resident Support Goddess Angelique Mroczka. Without our support the blog you are reading would not have been able to look nearly half this good. She has helped with hosting, domain names, templates and many more things. So a big hearty Thank You Angelique!
Also a big Thank You! For all the columnists and the people on the working group that has helped me to get this project off the ground. I hope that you are looking forward to their articles nearly as much as I am.