Henry David Thoreau’s act of civil disobedience inspires courage to heed the guidance of our conscience.
Words of the 16th-century priest, Francis David, still ring true when we consider our faith – and others’ – in action.
Tracing the roots of the Old Hundredth doxolgy teaches about our theological develolpment over the centuries.
Tastes and beliefs about food offer us a parallel to evolving beliefs about life’s ultimate questions.
A diversity of stones and a child’s wondering questions help us understand universal love.
Sorting through the clothes in our closets is analogous to reviewing and updating our beliefs as we grow and change.