I was here two weeks ago, when Reverends Sean and Gretchen introduced the theme of Discipline and invited us to share three practices over the course of this month. They asked, “Who was in … 100%?” and I held my hand up high. I like the idea of embracing practices that add meaning to life. I like experimenting.
When Sean decided to preach on sacrifice, I knew it would likely bring up a lot of feelings for people. It’s a charged word – and a complicated topic.
This was the question our presenter asked the group of us religious professionals gathered to learn about Unitarian Universalist worship.
I have been anticipating this day for a while. The day after which most days will be mostly frozen, and where the rocky dirt in my yard will become even more impossible to dig into than usual. Seriously, my yard is filled with rocks. Digging a hole 1 foot in diameter and 6 inches deep requires […]
The other day at the gym I was standing beside the rack of dumbbell weight trying to decide which one I should pick for the next exercise.
Last Sunday we wrapped up our Sinners and Saints series (if you missed any of the messages or want to review check out this page).
Have you been taking time to look out at the moon the past few nights? Wow.
The last two Sundays we’ve talked a lot about discomfort and harm in relationships. But it’s important to consider how these aren’t the same thing.
Since Kristen’s message on Sunday, I keep thinking about blame, and how often I’ve tried to shift my own discomfort on to someone else, including those I love the most.
Last Sunday we launched our series Sinners and Saints, and for the next 4 weeks we’ll be talking about the bigger questions that come up after things get personal – when we start dealing with the challenges of getting real with real human beings.