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Families & Faith Development

Reclaiming the best of fatherhood

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Reclaiming the best of fatherhood

A roundtable discussion with Mary Pipher, William Doherty, and Neil Chethik. Interview conducted by David Whitford.

David Whitford | 1/1/2001 | January/February 2001

Towards confident fathering

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Towards confident fathering

How men can get more involved in their children's lives.

William J. Doherty | 1/1/2001 | January/February 2001

A clear alternative: The UU relationship

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A clear alternative: The UU relationship

Applying Unitarian Universalism's Seven Principles to our romantic relationships.

Neil Chethik, Kelly Flood | 3/1/1999 | March/April 1999

Time to commit

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Time to commit

The national debate about the nature of marriage provides an opportunity for Unitarian Universalists to develop a new theology of marriage.

William J. Doherty | January/February 2005

Books to honor great occasions

Sophia Lyon Fahs, revolutionary educator

Looking back

Sophia Lyon Fahs, revolutionary educator

Starting in 1937, Fahs helped lead a Unitarian religious education revival.

Christopher L. Walton | March/April 2003

Little books about big stuff

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Little books about big stuff

A new series of children's books from the team that produced 'uu&me!' magazine.

Sonja L. Cohen | Summer 2014

Book to note: 'Mira and the Big Story'

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Book to note: 'Mira and the Big Story'

A young girl learns to respect diverse traditions.

Sonja L. Cohen | Spring 2013

'Kids as sacred as mine'

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'Kids as sacred as mine'

Parenting and protesting in an unsaved world.

Denise Breeden-Ost | March/April 2004

A mother's bond

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A mother's bond

Grief and recovery transform the author's relationship with her mother.

Barbara Hamilton-Holway | May/June 2004

Book to note: 'Gobble, gobble'

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Book to note: 'Gobble, gobble'

Award-winning illustrator, a UU, depicts lives of wild turkeys.

Sonja L. Cohen | Winter 2011

Let's take back our time

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Let's take back our time

We work more hours than medieval peasants did.

William J. Doherty | September/October 2004

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