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Taking It Home

Taking It Home
Taking It Home

Wisdom is not a fixed quality. It circulates among us. — Sister Souljah, contemporary hip-hop artist

Practice listening deeply. Invite family members or friends to set aside time for one-to-one or group conversations where each person in turn is invited to share an experience which touched them deeply or a moment that called them to be their best selves. You might try framing a leadership question for family or a group of friends to consider together.

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You may wish to add resources that informed this workshop to your congregation's leadership library:

Buehrens, John A., Universalists and Unitarians in America: A People's History (Chicago: Meadville Lombard Theological School Press, 2000)

Jones, Paula Cole, "Reconciliation as a spiritual discipline," UU World, March/April 2004

Rendle Challenges Congregational Leaders to Think in New Ways, UU University, 2007.

Universalists and Unitarians in America
A People's History

John A Buehrens
From Skinner House Books

Also available as an eBook in the Google eBookstore and in a Kindle Edition in the Amazon Kindle Store.

Beyond presenting Universalist and Unitarian history in America as more than a list of luminaries, Buehrens weaves a historical tapestry rich in color and meaning that will serve to deepen the faith of modern Unitarian Universalists.

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