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Becky Brooks

Becky Brooks smiles into the camera.

Becky Brooks lives with her two partners, two children, and two cats. She spends her time learning new things, writing stuff, and homeschooling her twins, who are far, far smarter than she will ever be. She loves you just the way you are and all the ways you’ll be.

Becky is the co-author of Sparks of Wonder: Theme-Based Ministry for the Whole Congregation.

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Sparks of Wonder
Theme-Based Ministry for the Whole Congregation

Becky Brooks, Erika A. Hewitt

Braver/Wiser

Making Space for Our Doubts

Becky Brooks

From Braver/Wiser
“If I ask you a question, do you promise to tell me the truth?" For future reference, if a child asks you this question at Christmas time, EVADE.
Blessed Curses, Cursed Blessings

Becky Brooks

From Braver/Wiser
Someone had broken into our garage. We picked our way through the space, storage tubs strewn about, ready to make a list of what was missing: two wool sweaters and half a tent. Someone was suffering a...
Do the Next Thing with Love

Becky Brooks

From Braver/Wiser
What DO we do in the face of evil? Anything. Everything. Pray, protest, bake, hug, grieve, wail, laugh, explain, linger, research, fight, cry. What we...

UU World

Allowing meditation to be messy

Becky Brooks

From UU World Magazine
We need to rethink what ‘successful’ meditation looks like.

Worship Lab

What Story Are You Telling?

Becky Brooks

From Worship Lab
A worship leader who speaks only to the children during story time speaks only to the adults the rest of the time....

WorshipWeb

Tiny the God

Becky Brooks

From WorshipWeb
Once upon a time there was a tiny, little, itty bitty, very small, tiny little god named Tiny....
For the Sake of the Common Good

Erika A. Hewitt, Becky Brooks

From WorshipWeb
Although the German word Giftschrank sounds like a quirky holiday tradition, the term is really a combination of the words poison and cabinet.
Power Prayer

Becky Brooks

From WorshipWeb
Spirit of Life, I have witnessed a loud love, an out-loud love, that challenges me. I did not recognize it at first— the rumble of an ocean I had long...
Still Queer in America

Becky Brooks

From WorshipWeb
we were erased and still we loved we were shamed and still we loved we were expelled and still we loved we were laughed at and still we loved we were...

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