Tag Archives: Resistance

Harden Not Your Heart

Audio Podcast available here.   MLK Service 1/15/17 “Harden Not Your Heart” You might remember a few weeks ago I spoke about my momentary anxiety around how you all would react to the signs that we put out on Drake. … Continue reading

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Nothing Simple in a Simple Summer

Our monthly theme at Foothills is “Simplicity,” which makes a certain kind of sense.  We imagine the summertime to have an inherently slower pace, a casual ease, with an abundance of backyard barbecues, long mountain hikes, and weeks of vacation adventures … Continue reading

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Human Community and Holy Texts

A sermon offered at the Foothills Unitarian Church, January 31, 2016  Listen to the audio of this sermon here.  (contains quite a bit of extra text not included here…)  It is the last Sunday of January, which means it is … Continue reading

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Beloved Community of Resistance

Sermon for Worship Service, Sunday January 3, 2016 Reading – “My Life as a Protest,” by Thomas Merton “It is my intention to make my entire life a rejection of, a protest against the crimes and injustices of war and … Continue reading

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Intentions for the New Year

While I am a little skeptical about the wisdom or efficacy of new year’s resolutions, I am a fan of what seems to be a new trend for setting new year’s intentions.  Though not technically all that different than a resolution, an intention … Continue reading

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Expectations, and Resistance

There are things I wish I didn’t expect.  Like, this not being the last time that news of a heavily-armed man taking aim at a vulnerable group of people, injuring many, killing a few, breaks through an otherwise joy-filled day … Continue reading

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