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Braver/Wiser: A Weekly Message of Courage and Compassion

  • By Teresa Honey Youngblood
    There is relief and remorse equally in my heart as the growing season comes to a close.
  • By Tim Atkins
    There are so many spiritual lessons from the natural world and—in a season filled with Ingatherings and Water Communions—this is one for me: oxbow lakes as a beautiful combination of resiliency, strength, and flexibility.
  • By Tomo Hillbo
    It was my inadvertent letting go that made this wild, interdependent beauty possible. And at that very moment, I knew I didn’t need that sort of control anymore.
  • By Lindasusan Ulrich
    If justice is to be realized, our voices must speak loudly—even boisterously—of love.
  • By Karen G. Johnston
    Surrender is the last thing, often the only thing, available. And so we give ourselves to it. We fear it is our end. Sometimes—with grace or luck—we find it is our liberation.
  • By Yuri Yamamoto
    Who are the angry birds in my life? Do I avoid opportunities in fear of risks? What are the sticks I carry in my heart so as not to be hurt again?
  • By Lindasusan Ulrich
    However imperfectly I may be living this life of mine, there’s no one better at it, and there’s no one else who can do it for me.
  • By Jake Morrill
    For twelve years, Daisy has been the best dog any person could love. But last week, when she disappeared into the woods? That wasn’t what I...
  • By Teresa Honey Youngblood
    We sat on the back steps watching transfixed as hundreds of rust-red spiders, big as thumbs, dropped on strands of silk out of the pecan...
  • By Daniel Gregoire
    Here we are on the cusp of the Winter Solstice, when the light comes back! To celebrate, I went to the discount store in search of...
  • By Maureen Killoran
    May we give thanks always, believing that, even in the world’s bleakest moments, the dance of life is always underway.

Skinner House Books

Tapestry of Faith: Curricula and Resources for Lifespan Faith Development

Miracles

  • A retelling of a Hawaiian legend. The god Maui was the smallest but smartest of his brothers, who often made fun of him because he couldn’t...

Chalice Children

Signs of Our Faith

Love Will Guide Us

Circle of Trees

Creating Home

World of Wonder

Building the World We Dream About for Young Adults

  • By Jose Ballester
    Russell was an amateur geologist, paleontologist, and professional teacher. He took his young charges on an overnight field trip. While...

Virtue Ethics

Gather the Spirit

  • Adapted from a Haitian tale. To whom does the water belong? There was once a drought in the country. The streams dried up and the wells...
  • Adapted from "One Flower in a Field" by Joshua Searle-White, in Magic Wanda's Travel Emporium: Tales of Love, Hate and Things in Between (...
  • Adapted from a version on the 2003 International Year of FreshWater website . One day a long time ago, the elephant acted like a bully. He...

Building Bridges