Monthly Archives: October 2016

Short-sighted Visions

Finding the right level of vision, whether in the Dakota Access Pipeline controversy or in talking about our criminal justice system, is challenging. The prophet Habakkuk asks us to write down a vision so clearly that a runner can understand … Continue reading

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Diversity is Our Destiny

Maybe the next emergence in religion will be an interfaith surge, Paula Northwood speculated in her sermon Sunday. Any believer in any faith may anticipate a question from God at the end of life: “Did you live your life as … Continue reading

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“And Not Lose Heart”; Catherine Crooks sermon, Oct. 16

“Someone’s hurting my sister, my brother . . . and it’s gone on far too long—we won’t be silent anymore!” Catherine Crooks lifted up the Oct. 10 Revival evening at Plymouth as an inspiration to strive for justice in education, … Continue reading

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