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What does our money say about us?

What does our money say about us?

If "money talks," what does it sound like?

William G Sinkford | Spring 2008

Share the Good News with a world that badly needs it

Share the Good News with a world that badly needs it

What's your elevator speech about Unitarian Universalism?

William G Sinkford | March/April 2003

Nurture the spirit, help heal the world

Nurture the spirit, help heal the world

What is the saving message of your congregation?

William G Sinkford | Summer 2008

Engaging the 'nones'

Engaging the 'nones'

The rapid growth in the number of people who identify with no religion has profound implications for Unitarian Universalism.

Peter Morales | Winter 2012

Changing hearts, not just opinions

Changing hearts, not just opinions

We must speak truth to power. But more importantly, we must persuade the frightened and uninformed.

Peter Morales | Fall 2014

The new America

The new America

America is in the midst of a historic demographic shift that represents an enormous opportunity, and challenge, for Unitarian Universalists.

Peter Morales | Summer 2010

Learning from the interfaith world

Learning from the interfaith world

Four lessons for Unitarian Universalists in interfaith work.

William G Sinkford | Fall 2008

A message of hope

A message of hope

The ever-new promise of Universalism.

William G Sinkford | Winter 2008

Trust the dawning future

Trust the dawning future

Leaving Beacon Hill for a modern headquarters is a huge move for the UUA.

Peter Morales | Summer 2013

You can’t pretend to show up

You can’t pretend to show up

Where would Dr. King ask us to show up if he were alive today?

Peter Morales | Spring 2015

Our connections are sacred

Our connections are sacred

We are intimately connected to Mayans in Guatemala, day laborers in Arizona, Buddhists in Japan, farmers in the Philippines, and religious progressives all over the world.

Peter Morales | Winter 2010

Strengthen congregations by working together

Strengthen congregations by working together

One thing our churches are free to do is work with each other.

William G Sinkford | Winter 2006

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