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Anthony B. Robinson
This is what it means to be people of faith—to be still waiting, still watching, still hoping, still listening . . . for God.
Tonight we cross off the first day of the last month of a dying year. Our unfulfilled hopes for 2016 will likely remain unfulfilled. And we have traveled another 365 days toward our ends.
Joy is big and generous. Pain is short-sighted, and in the scheme of eternity, short-lived.
I look forward to the day when songs about bullies sung by women and other marginalized groups are no longer necessary.
It's uncomfortable to be off balance and at sea, to live with a constant reminder of all that we've lost.
Advent's spiritual practices are all about waiting and watching and preparing and—did I mention waiting?
Emily C. Heath
In the world of the church, tomorrow starts a brand new year.
Quinn G. Caldwell
If you're a member of the UCC, we've been working on inclusive language for God for a long time, playing with pronouns in order to recognize that God is both many-gendered and beyond gender.
Saying grace on Thanksgiving Day is complicated.
Kenneth L. Samuel
The story has now been given to you and me. If it is to stay relevant, it must be infused with a real sense of our own passion, experience and expression.