Teresa Honey Youngblood

Teresa, wearing a large straw hat in the sun, is holding an enormous colorful bouquet of dahlias.

Teresa Honey Youngblood is a credentialed religious educator and the Family Ministry Coordinator for Soul Matters. She homeschools her children from a UU faith perspective, and you can download the free book she wrote in 2017 about liberal religious homeschooling. She loves hearing how folks—especially educators—are putting their UU values and learnings to work in their communities. And she loves the sweet peppers, bumblebees, and neighbor kids in her neighborhood community garden.

From Teresa Honey Youngblood

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The Growing Season
From Braver/Wiser
There is relief and remorse equally in my heart as the growing season comes to a close.
Blessed Are the Magic-Makers
From Braver/Wiser
We we had to pick our way through sand spurs to get to the swimming hole. Behind us were rattlesnakes. What did the youth do? They started playing.
Home, Again
From Braver/Wiser
People move places....and yet, we carry a constancy: the still, quiet voice within.
God and Guns
From Braver/Wiser
I know deep in my spirit that I am held by the Mystery; part of the Mystery and witness to it; an agent of stardust whose perception of the world might ...
Mrs. Cash's Oranges
From Braver/Wiser
Liking somebody, even loving somebody, is not enough to protect them from shade that you cannot even see, much less understand.
Meeting the Monstrous Beast
From Braver/Wiser
Pray, if you pray. Send love and money, too. We will be rolled and covered, but we will rise and carry others with us....
Green Beans
From Braver/Wiser
Light We Seek, wherever I am on the journey toward wholeness for all of us—that is, toward racial equality—help me to forgive myself and others for...
Infighting Is Easier
From Braver/Wiser
“We are not primarily put on this earth to see through one another, but to see one another through.” — Author unknown Standing roadside, stranded,...
Tiny Deaths
From Braver/Wiser
“Suddenly summoned to witness something great and horrendous, we kept fighting not to reduce it to our own smallness.” —John Updike, “Tuesday, and...
Somebody Like That
From Braver/Wiser
“Did that man just strap a gun to his belt?” My 10-year-old squinted, looking across the parking lot of the grocery co-op. I had seen it, too: a...

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