The sharing of a personal family story models the valuable role of stories in forming our identities.
A metaphor of waves in the ocean teaches the value of knowing our oneness with the wider community.
A curious creature wonders aloud what a minister is, and various symbolic props help provide an answer.
We share special candy with friends for the same reasons that we pledge generously to our congregation.
A prophet’s first-person tale of befuddled love and reluctant obedience.
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.
Discovering circumstances in which a cool, clear glass of water holds more value than a $100 bill.
A question by Mary Oliver and tactile remains of once-living creatures open us to ponderings on the reality of death and the meaning of our lives.
A chocolate bar provides a humorous and theatrical approach to the tough topic of addiction.
This first person account of the one helped by the Samaritan shows how unexpected compassion can instantly dissolve fear and hatred.