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  • By Jason Cook
    We seekers are on a quest: A quest to discover truth and meaning. Sometimes we think we’ve found it— Wrapped up, glimmering with newness...
  • By Martha Kirby Capo
    I invite you now into a time of meditation. You may wish to adjust your position: your feet flat on the ground, your body resting easily...
  • By Anne S. Howard
    There are many legends about Mary Magdalene. Just like so many other legends and stories and myths, the truth of the legend is not dependent on historical fact, but the internal truth of the story.
  • By Kate R. Walker
    In between, liminal, that space where we wait. ...
  • By Abhi Prakash Janamanchi
    The sacred is present and available to us ­wherever we look or are willing to find it. If we remain open and expectant—watching out of the...
  • By Janet Hutchinson
    Of course I want the truth, but here’s the rub: Truth doesn’t sit around still as a rock, it breathes and flows and turns inside out. Ever...
  • By Aaron Stockwell
    In this new year, let us be amazed. Let us search for new life and hope in our midst. Let us nurture creativity in every form. Let us be...
  • By Ma Theresa Gustilo Gallardo
    Ultimate Grace, the heart of every matter, in every perfection and imperfection, in all senses and: tenses, in moments of every right and...
  • By Tess Baumberger
    My name is Mary Magdalene. You may have heard of me. I lived a long, long time ago, 2,000 years ago. And I’m here today to tell you the...
  • By Elizabeth Ketcham
    I grew up as the heavily-committed eldest child of an American Baptist minister in the 50's. Committed, that is, to self-preservation, staying out of trouble with our small town and my family, and having fun within safe parameters, namely, church activities. I never felt particularly committed to...
  • By Erik Walker Wikstrom
    Once upon a time there was a girl named Wendy. She loved grass. What can I say? She loved grass—she loved the feel of it between her toes;...
  • By Naomi King
    Once there was and once there was not a town on the edge of the swamp in the sultry summer weather of far south Florida, between the...
  • By Orlanda R Brugnola
    It was not a city. It was not a large town. But it was not a small town. It was—just average, you might say. Except for one thing. There...
  • By David A Miller
    We are five days away from what is has come to be traditionally celebrated as the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. I say what has become to be...
  • By Gary Kowalski
    Once more the year's turned round. We've come full circle on this small planet, Spinning down the grooves of change, Another revolution...
  • By Ma Theresa Gustilo Gallardo
    LEADER: Truth manifests itself with its own force. Let us ride on the power of its revelation with a heart ready to receive, to forgive,...
  • By John Corrado
    We believe there is a place at God’s table for each and every child of earth Hey, ain’t that good news! We believe the giver of life has...
  • By Kenneth Claus
    Summary: A blessing of the bread and wine for Christian Communion that points to the wonders of creation and to history's insightful messengers of divine love, and highlights the power of insight in spiritual experience.
  • By Kenneth Claus
    O God, we give thanks this day and every day for all you have made known to us through the life of Jesus. Glory to you throughout the ages...