United Church of Christ

Every Time I Remember You

Ron Buford

When we remember people who have died, simple things remind us of them -- a smell, a song, a flower, the gathering of family and friends. And we remember them. . . . 


Implied Spiritualities and Sneaky Resumes

Donna Schaper

Have you ever noticed yourself sneak yourself into a conversation, sneakily?


A Word for Parents

Anthony B. Robinson

Harsh words, relentless criticism, angry outbursts cripple a child's spirit. Be gentle, patient.


No Fool

Quinn G. Caldwell

So if you're reading this devotional, I assume you are more or less in the "there is a God" camp.  You're no fool.


One Pray at a Time

Maren C. Tirabassi

When it comes to addiction the world is full of misunderstanding.


Searching for Holy Ground 

Richard L. Floyd

You can't find holy ground with your GPS. You won't even find it at famous holy places, though you might.


Loaves and (Gold)fishes

Elizabeth Griswold

I think sometimes the greatest gift we can give another is to receive graciously their heartfelt offer of hospitality.


Big Ole Softie

Quinn G. Caldwell

You know somebody with a broken heart.  I know you do. 


Pain Tolerance

Anthony Robinson

Are there times in life when it's best to tolerate a little pain, to live with a little discomfort? 


Silence

Mary Luti

An outspoken friend of mine used to be a loud presence on social media.