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Committing to love and hope

Committing to love and hope

A black UU and her mostly white church grow and change together, and challenge one another.

Michele David | 8/15/2016 | Summer 2016

Our life’s ultimate meaning

Our life’s ultimate meaning

‘Salvation’ isn’t a word Unitarian Universalists use much anymore.

Scotty McLennan | 8/8/2016 | Summer 2016

The disturbing inbreaking of inconvenient truth

The disturbing inbreaking of inconvenient truth

When I try to detour around the promptings of the Holy, I inevitably get busted.

Victoria Weinstein | 7/11/2016 | Summer 2016

Altar

Altar

Transforming a vandal’s cinderblock.

Kenneth Sutton | 5/23/2016 | Summer 2016

Be open to resurrection

Be open to resurrection

We need to be open to resurrection—looking up, not down; listening, not stopping up our ears; feeling deeply rather than numbing ourselves with the daily routine.

Scotty McLennan | 3/21/2016

Arguments in the margins

Arguments in the margins

It was precisely my emergent humanist belief that equipped me to face what seemed a death sentence.

Jim Key | 5/2/2016 | Spring 2016

Piecing myself back together

Piecing myself back together

There’s a fine line between medicine and poison, powerlessness and agency.

Teresa Schwartz | 3/14/2016 | Spring 2016

A gym for the soul

A gym for the soul

A covenant group is like a gym for the soul, an oasis in the desert.

Joanna Fontaine Crawford | 2/22/2016 | Spring 2016

Fire

Fire

Translucent alabaster captures the spirit of fire.

Dale Niemann | 2/22/2016 | Spring 2016

A story of light and darkness

A story of light and darkness

The light and the dark are like twins.

Erica Baron | 12/21/2015

Song in my soul

Song in my soul

With Unitarian Universalist youth communities this past summer, I sang—to grieve and to celebrate.

Rhea Brown-Bright | 11/30/2015

The awe comes easy, and thankfulness follows

The awe comes easy, and thankfulness follows

Get me outside myself, say, in a yurt on an island, and whoa—there are the stars, and crickets, the body I live in, the images of the people I love.

Jane Ranney Rzepka | 11/23/2015

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