Speaker: Rev. Paul Sprecher
Money is more often associated with folly than with wisdom, and we are told that loving it is the root of all evil. Or is there more to the story?
We advise kids (and each other!) to hang in there no matter what. But what happens when some have it easy and some have it hard?
Just when life has become impossible, when you’ve hit the end of your rope, when you can’t take any more — sometimes grace happens and life becomes possible again.
“Follow Your Dream,” “Find Your Passion,” “Be Yourself” are all wonderful mottos. But can you really “Be Yourself” all by your self?
Procrastination is one of those “sins” most of us indulge in and feel guilty about. But might there be something to learn from that impulse?
In the midst of dark times, light suddenly appears. All are welcome to join us for our traditional service of stories, carols and candlelight.
The stories of the birth of Jesus feature the appearance of multiple angels, chance encounters, political persecution, and plain good luck. Awesome!
As we notice the gifts we have been given through no fault (or virtue) of our own, we are called on to repay the debt by passing blessings on.