Singing an African American folk song honors Black History Month and connects us to the ongoing struggle for true freedom for African Americans.
When the world gets noisy and chaotic, a retreat to the wilds of silence and darkness can give a restorative peace.
Pieces from a simple board game teach us about commonalities, uniquenesses, and our ultimate membership in the human family.
The sharing of a personal family story models the valuable role of stories in forming our identities.
Exploring our feelings offers a way into understanding Jesus’ vision for justice contained in the phrase, “The first shall be last, and the last shall be first.”
Tracing the roots of the Old Hundredth doxolgy teaches about our theological develolpment over the centuries.
A diversity of stones and a child’s wondering questions help us understand universal love.
A prophet’s first-person tale of befuddled love and reluctant obedience.
Diversity is not just in who we are, but in what is ours to do.
A qoute from a Holocaust prisoner inspires a reflection about sharing hope in the bleakest of circumstances.
When all people are fully free, our living rings like the clear tone of a bell.
This first person account of the one helped by the Samaritan shows how unexpected compassion can instantly dissolve fear and hatred.