Monthly Archives: August 2014

Reflections on Ferguson MO, Two Weeks In

“There isn’t only one story here, anywhere, not among the law enforcement, not from the Ferguson community, not from Black Americans, not from other people of color, not from white people, not from our politicians, not from the media, and … Continue reading

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A response to the shooting of Michael Brown

Last night, I attended a Community Action Meeting at Christ the King United Church of Christ in Florissant MO on behalf of the congregation I serve, Emerson Unitarian Universalist Chapel (www.emersonuuchapel.org) . On Saturday afternoon an unarmed African American teenager … Continue reading

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Who’s in the Driver’s Seat?

America has hung its identity on freedom of the individual, and that is a wonderful and amazing thing. But what’s happened is that we have focused on freedom from rather than freedom for. Freedom has become its own end without … Continue reading

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Moving Physically, Moving Spiritually

    This sermon was delivered to Emerson Unitarian Universalist Chapel on July 13, 2014, on the first Sunday that we worshipped in our new location on Wild Horse Creek Road in Chesterfield MO. ******** We live in a highly … Continue reading

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