Tag Archives: Brave

Dear Congregation….an open letter to the Foothills Unitarian Church

Dear Foothills Unitarian Church, I’ve tried for two weeks to write an annual report, without much luck.  Not because I am lacking in things I might lift up about our programs and ministries this year…. I could remind us of … Continue reading

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Skydiving – Reflection by Doug Powell

Doug shared this story with me last Fall, as we were talking about the coming year of transitions for our church.  When I heard it – I said – I don’t know when, but there’s going to come a Sunday … Continue reading

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How Big Our Brave Is

This sermon will make a lot more sense if you first read Doug Powell’s brilliant story about skydiving. Sermon – How Big Our Brave Is So Moses was standing there, at the edge of the Red Sea, and it wasn’t … Continue reading

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Jersey Shore Meet YRUU – Jagged Rocks Post #2

I’m excited that between now and June, our youth group will be spending a couple sessions a month on the theme of Unitarian Universalism’s 5 Jagged Rocks.  These core theological propositions ground me, challenge me, and hold me in my … Continue reading

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The Bright Thread of Hope

The Bright Thread of Hope [1] We gather this morning, just two days from the end of the election cycle. Two days, my friends, two days.  And over these months of the campaign- or has it been years, or an eternity … Continue reading

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