From my own experience of being uncharacteristically glued to CNN and Larry King and more broadcast news than I have consumed in many years, and […]
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This is a spiritual celebration of the life of the mind, through the stories of brave men and women who have suffered, lived, and died […]
When ministers apply for positions as interns or settled ministers in congregations, they are asked about their calling…
I can’t say that I remember when I began to notice them, you know, those ten commandment signs in front yards. Sometime in the last […]
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In May 2001, I was serving a small congregation in a small town in North Georgia known for being the site of the very first gold rush in the United States…
I will speak initially this morning from the perspective of a minority religion and culture, that of the Jewish people, but not exclusively.
Christmas and Hanukkah: How do we appropriately acknowledge these two holidays? Publicly and privately honor and/or observe them? How can they co-exist without being homogenized into a marketing melting pot? Or can they?
Like many girls, my first paid job outside of the home — that is, beyond my fifty cents a week allowance — was babysitting.
The story of Emma Lazurus, who wrote the inscription for the statue of liberty — and was a pioneering advocate for immigrants and refugees — in recognition of women’s history month and her intersectional work.
Sociologist Brene Brown tells us that in order for connection to happen, we have to allow ourselves to be seen, really seen. It is in this spirit that I speak to you this morning.
This sermon is available in audio format only and was delivered in conjunction with Sarah Dan Jones.