Henry David Thoreau’s act of civil disobedience inspires courage to heed the guidance of our conscience.
Singing an African American folk song honors Black History Month and connects us to the ongoing struggle for true freedom for African Americans.
Taking teeny, tiny steps is one way of accomplishing the greatest, biggest things in life.
The role of the church as compassionate helper is traced to the social world of Jesus, and the gospels and early church that responded to his ministry and prophecy.
The experience of rock climbing teaches that those who have a different perspective can help us muster the courage to take risks.
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.
Discovering circumstances in which a cool, clear glass of water holds more value than a $100 bill.
This first person account of the one helped by the Samaritan shows how unexpected compassion can instantly dissolve fear and hatred.