The future health of Unitarian Universalism depends on all of us learning to embrace failure.
We progressives are prone to believing progress is a lot easier than it is.
Thriving congregations have leaders who seize the opportunities before them rather than cling to plans that are no longer viable.
Inequality has reached such toxic levels that it corrupts our relationships and threatens our democracy.
A search for connection is at the heart of all spiritual traditions and practices.
A new interfaith, multifaith spirituality is struggling to be born.
Unitarian Universalists share a profound sense of what we cherish and what we want to become.
To create deep and enduring relationships, our love must develop into mutual trust.
The true test of this year's GA is what our congregations in every state do five years from now.
It's not rocket science: Simply smiling and saying hello to visitors would transform our congregations.
Our challenge is to learn to reach beyond the confines of our personal social and cultural experience.
Central to our faith tradition is our willingness to leave behind what no longer serves us.