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A flower grew

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A flower grew

What my young daughter taught me about the meaning of death.

Carl Johnson | 2/11/2019 | Winter 2018

Chaos and sanctuary

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Chaos and sanctuary

A decade after a fatal shooting, photo book reveals a journey of healing at Tennessee Valley UU Church in Knoxville.

Michelle Bates Deakin | 2/7/2019 | Winter 2018

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So simple anyone can do it

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So simple anyone can do it

You just sit in a chair and write, right?

Meg Barnhouse | 1/30/2019

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Why are we talking about white supremacy?

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Why are we talking about white supremacy?

The idiot’s guide to critical race theory.

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Creating an on-air ministry

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Creating an on-air ministry

How a congregation’s community radio station makes church participatory, provocative, and fun.

David H. Messner | 1/14/2019 | Winter 2018

Better than Sunday school

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Better than Sunday school

Forty hours of Chalice Camp is almost as much time as kids would get in a full year of Sunday school.

Nicole Sweeney Etter | 1/7/2019 | Winter 2018

Love the hell out of this world

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Love the hell out of this world

If we are not acting fearlessly for human dignity, compassion, justice, and peace, then we are failing to live our mission.

Susan Frederick-Gray | 12/31/2018 | Winter 2018

Bellingham fellowship assists families of immigrants arrested in ICE raid

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Bellingham fellowship assists families of immigrants arrested in ICE raid

Unitarian Universalists provide meeting space, food, money, and volunteer support to local immigrant families disrupted by ICE arrests.

Elaine McArdle | 12/24/2018

Merry Christmas, Humanists

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Merry Christmas, Humanists

Millions of Humanists celebrate Christmas joyfully, meaningfully, and authentically, without pretending to be Christians or grinchishly trying to take anything away from them.

Doug Muder | 12/24/2018

‘I would still undertake the call’

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‘I would still undertake the call’

A New Hampshire congregation attempts to repair past wrongs by the church against a devoted biracial Universalist minister, his sister, and their family.

Heather Beasley Doyle | 12/17/2018 | Winter 2018