Breaking on through
Language helps us make meaning of what is happening to us, when it isn’t a barrier.
'A crazy gift of tragedy'
'Grief is the hard form of caring,' says Malcolm Astley, the father of a murdered teen.
A letter about Santa and God
By telling the truth about Santa, maybe I can better explain what I believe about God.
Light a candle or two this Thanksgivukkah
Where are you in the stories of the two holidays that just happen to coincide this year?
A lie, or just editing?
How much can you alter a story before it’s not itself any more?
Birth, breath, and death
Doulas are called to care, to encourage, and to leave the world better than we found it.
Hands-off parenting gives kids choices they aren’t ready to make.
I’ll stand her ground
What I’m telling my daughter, an African-American teenager, about Trayvon Martin’s death.
May you have ease of well-being
Do I really want to spend this entire day with whatever might come up about my mother?
The boys next door
To stop rape culture we need to start by talking to our boys.
‘The only place I can really be me’
Summer camps help kids build their Unitarian Universalist identity.
What’s a UU family to do on Easter?