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Blue Boat: Youth and Young Adult Blog

Stories and Voices

  • By Erik Mohn
    Date: January 19, 2012 – What Do You Struggle With? ...
  • By Deborah Neisel-Sanders
    Date: Wednesday, January 18 – Embrace Silence. Staff member : Office Administrator Deborah Neisel-Sanders Description : Making room for our...
  • By Erik Mohn
    This is the second installment in the continuing series of personal reflection by Erik Mohn, the Spirituality and Service Consultant at the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries of the Unitarian Universalist Association - Ed. So, where was I on November 1, 2011? Well, professionally, I was...
  • By Jeremie Bateman
    Date: Tuesday, January 17 – Ponder Love. Staff member : Leadership Development Associate Jeremie Bateman Description : To know the story of...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    The staff of the Office of Youth and Young Adults Ministries is participating in Standing on the Side of Love 's THIRTY DAYS OF LOVE...
  • By Carey McDonald
    As we begin the New Year, I thought I'd post an (obligatory) update on our work here in Boston at the Office of Youth and Young Adult...
  • By Monica L Cummings
    Hello Family, I am sitting in my home office watching squirrels run across cable lines while reflecting on 2011. Wow, it has been quite a...
  • By Erik Mohn
    As clichéd as it sounds, if you asked me a year ago where I’d be today, I definitely wouldn’t have been able to give you an answer. ...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Enjoy and share this eloquent argument in favor of marriage equality! In February, 2011 Zach Wahls addressed the Iowa State Congress on the...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    In this article that originally appeared in Cooking Together , the UUA Justice GA blog, Deborah Holder argues that by shifting our paradigm...
  • By Carey McDonald
    I love Thanksgiving. I love sweet potatoes, and cranberry relish, and turkey and ham and sparkling cider. It is my favorite holiday. I am a...
  • By Carey McDonald
    Kathleen Montgomery, known universally as “Kay,” has almost three decades of experience at the Unitarian Universalist Association and is...
  • By Ted Resnikoff
    (We all need) Seasonal Support Hi Family, I am sitting in my home office in Southeast Wisconsin, watching trees dance with the wind, trying...

Social Justice

Young Adults

  • By Erik Mohn
    The Office of Youth and Adult Ministries of the UUA publicizes non-UU organizations that uphold UU values and are of interest or provide opportunities for UU Young Adults. Today we feature the Manna Project International - Ed. ...

Issues and Trends

On Campus

Youth and Young Adults of Color

Events and Opportunities

Guides and Tools

  • By Carey McDonald
    Welcome to Blue Boat, a new blog hosted by the UUA’s Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries! Blue Boat is a space to share stories,...

Call and Response: Journeys in UU Lifespan Faith Development

  • By Jessica York
    Dear Keepers of the Faith, It takes a lot of courage to witness to injustice . Some of our brave colleagues, notably Aisha Hauser and...
  • By Gail Forsyth-Vail
    What promises are made in my family about how we treat one another? How am I like my friends and how I am I different? What are some...
  • by Rev. Annie Gonzalez Milliken “Where have you been all my life?” and “You were here all my life, now where are you?” are two common...
  • By Gail Forsyth-Vail
    The selection committee met this summer. We thoughtfully considered the 14 books nominated for the 2014-15 Common Read. There were...
  • By Jessica York
    I am taking a UU history class with the Starr King School for the Ministry. But to you, my colleagues and friends, I’ll admit a secret: I’...
  • Ramon Selove and his wife, Shellie Selove, are Our Whole Lives sexuality education facilitator trainers. They are members of the Unitarian...
  • By Susan Lawrence
    Many parents and educators would say “love” is the most important value to demonstrate and to teach the children in our care. Some of us...
  • By Gail Forsyth-Vail
    About five years ago, I began a sabbatical with a compelling charge from the congregation I served: “Go and find stories and bring them...
  • By Pat Kahn
    At the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) 2013 General Assembly (GA) in Louisville, KY last month, the Resource Development Office (RDO) kicked off our programming with a workshop, Journey to Commitment, on how congregations put the UUA’s Tapestry of Faith programs into action. Judith...
  • By Gail Forsyth-Vail
    I was the religious educator at a historically Universalist church. Fifteen years earlier, I had left the Christian faith of my childhood...
  • By Susan Lawrence
    Faith development happens all the time. From a young age and continuing over a lifetime, our moral, ethical, spiritual, and religious self...

inSpirit: The UU Book and Gift Shop

LeaderLab

  • By Renee Ruchotzke, Central East Region of the UUA
    As Unitarian Universalist leaders, we need to understand the history and traditions of the movement as well as its core values and theology. The UU principles are just the tip of the iceberg of what it means to be UU.
  • By Patricia Infante
    We'll look at ways that your classroom practices, curriculum choices and worship can affirm UU Identity in children and youth. We'll tap...
  • By Renee Ruchotzke
    I've spent most of my summer working with different programs and events that help to grow lay leaders in our faith. I have had the blessing...
  • By Renee Ruchotzke
    ...self-culture is possible, not only because we can enter into and search ourselves. We have a still nobler power, that of acting on, determining and forming ourselves. This is a fearful as well as glorious endowment, for it is the ground of human responsibility. We have the power not only of...
  • By Douglas Zelinski, New England Region of the UUA
    If the crux of Unitarian Universalism were reduced to a few points in space and time, they would be those potent moments just before and just after we keep a promise, or we break it. All that is exceptional about being human and becoming whole is crystallized in these decisive microseconds.
  • By Renee Ruchotzke
    There has been a lot of press lately about Generation Y—often referred to as the Millennials—since they started to come of age around the...

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