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  • There was an elderly man in England named Arthur Flowerdew. He’d lived his whole life in the seaside town of Norfolk, and had left England only once, to journey to the French coast. All his life, however, Arthur Flowerdew had been plagued by vivid mental pictures of a great city surrounded by...
    Sermon | By Wayne B. Arnason | January 21, 2015 | From WorshipWeb
    Tagged as: Buddhism, Death, Growth
  • The gospels are full of stories about Jesus healing. The healing stories represent some of the most moving images in Scripture. They are the most important miracle stories that were used to convince the world that Jesus was the Son of God during the first five centuries of the Common Era....
    Sermon | By Wayne B. Arnason | January 21, 2015 | From WorshipWeb
    Tagged as: Body, Healing, Health, Humanism, Illness
  • I feel sorry for the kids today who are taking geography in school for the first time. When I was in school, unless you got really interested in the history of Iraqi Kurdistan, there was a chance you could get all the way through geography class without ever having to know learn to spell Sulaymania.
    Sermon | By Wayne B. Arnason | January 21, 2015 | From WorshipWeb
    Tagged as: Dissent, Inclusion, International, Multiculturalism, Politics, Universalism, Multiculturalism
  • Ten years ago, I was asked to present a paper to a new ministers’ study group that was forming at Cedar Hill, a small conference center near Boston. The group had chosen a perennial topic for UU clergy study groups: "Science and Religion." My job was to review one of the books we’d read in...
    Sermon | By Wayne B. Arnason | January 21, 2015 | From WorshipWeb
    Tagged as: Growth, Psychology, Self-Care, Spirituality
  • It was Spring. At long last there was no hint of snow on the ground. It was even warm, sort of. Birds and bugs had, at last, returned to Milwaukee. And so in the great flush of Spring madness, Jan and I decided it was time to barbecue....
    Sermon | By James Ishmael Ford | January 21, 2015 | From WorshipWeb
    Tagged as: Acceptance, Buddhism, Change, Life Transition, Presence

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