Thursday, September 27, 2007

One-on-one with Mrs. Mohler

Hey, blog friends. Check out the interview I did with Mary Mohler for our Pendergraph Women's Ministry Blog! You can read part 1 of 3 here. ***Edit: Part 2 is up! Read it here.
Part 3 can be found here.

Mrs. Mohler is the wife of Dr. Albert Mohler, the President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. I have been privileged to get to know Mrs. Mohler through the class I am currently taking in the Seminary Wives Institute, "Embracing Femininity". For more on my thoughts about Mrs. Mohler, and how she has impacted my life, you can read this old post.


trenthunter said...

Way to go Gretchen! This was a wonderful interview. Kristi and I are looking forward to the other two posts.


Sara Mincy said...

What a great have such a sweet way of writing Gretchen...I will look forward to the rest.

GloryandGrace said...

Aww, who did the Pendergraph blog? Did you help put that together? It looks great!

Anonymous said...

What a fun interview, and funny too!

Rachel Amunrud said...

Hi Gretchen, I just wanted to let you know about my new blog. It is: Hope you're having a good day. See you tomorrow!

Gretchen said...

Trent -- thanks for putting it together for us!

Sara -- you are too kind. That is not all just the way I write. :)

Grace -- no, our President, Kristi's husband Trent did that for us. Thanks, I'll tell him you said so!

MR -- ha ha! I know, Mrs. Mohler has some good stories!

Rach -- okay, I'll check it out!

Josh said...

I think someone will be interviewing Gretchen like this one day.

MadMup said...

Josh - I think you're dead-on.

Nice work, Gretchen!

Gretchen said...

Josh/Mup -- you are too kind. :) Thanks, guys!

Donette said...

Diet Coke as the elixer of life? C'mon now, give coffee some love!

Rachel said...

Hey Gretchen,
These were great interviews; I really enjoyed them. Thanks for posting them! Also through the link I found the girltalk website which I will now be checking back on from time to time.

It sounds like you have lots of stuff going on these days! All fun stuff, though! Enjoy it to the fullest! These are opportunities that will not come as easily after children come along, your priorities will be different then and that will be good too. But for now, enjoy all the things you are getting to do.


Anonymous said...

Yea, Gret! Good job. I agree with the boys.