Monthly Archives: December 2017

Hanukkah Glimmers of Hope – Reflections on #metoo and #wecommit

This sermon was preached to the good people of the Unitarian Church of Quincy IL on Sunday, December 10, 2017.  You are free to quote this sermon in other contexts provided full credit is given to the author. Story for … Continue reading

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An Advent Kind of Hope

As a society we are encouraged to rush into hope.  We are well trained in the art of instant gratification where lamentations are often misunderstood as mere complaining.  We are encouraged to rush through grief, rush through loss.    If we … Continue reading

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Hospitality as Organized Compassion.

We don’t need heroes to solve the woes of the world. We need organizers.  We need people who can organize goodness, organize kindness, organize generosity, organize gentleness and compassion, organize hospitality. This sermon was delivered to the Unitarian Church of … Continue reading

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