Speaker: Rev. Kent Matthies
Is summertime fun still a thing during many layers of crisis? In some ways, no. However, we still find ourselves here on earth with the faith commitment to explore, enjoy, and share this goodness of life. How are you having fun and enjoying life these days? … read more.
Mounting scientific evidence indicates that receiving compassion helps medical patients recover better. However, many studies show that in the US health system this ingredient too often goes missing. The increasing clarity of the positive impact of active caring -in all areas of life – exemplifies … read more.
Mothers are proven catalysts in helping children and communities move past pain and fear into feelings of ease and hope. In these difficult, uncertain times we celebrate mothers. By leaning into the wisdom and strength mothers have bestowed upon us we can manifest life affirming hope. … read more.
Rumi said, “Sorrow prepares you for joy. It shakes the yellow leaves from the bough of your heart, so that fresh, green leaves can grow in their place.” Jesus’ love transcended his death and saved his followers with courage and hope beyond their wildest dreams. Celebrate the resurgence … read more.
How do you find emotional and spiritual liberation during a stay at home order? Each of our answers to this very personal and globally shared question may pertain to us for the rest of our lives.
Did you know that in the history of religion, certain denominations have put people on trial for the violation of being Universalist or Unitarian? What would happen to you if you were tried for such an accusation? What proof would be found of what you … read more.
How do you prepare for, adapt to, and recover from stress? Resilience includes the ability to take life as it comes, the good with the bad, the ability to get knocked down and get back up, the ability to remember but not resent. Being resilient is … read more.