As we do each year, in this lesson we highlight a dimension of our ancient story, and how it impacts our daily lives. This year we focus on the spiritual principle of oneness — how it is rooted in Easter, and how it affects the lives we live. Have a listen, Doug
Death. That’s an ugly topic for a happy day like Easter! But don’t judge too quickly. Turns out that keeping our death ever before us is part of the ancient wisdom – and is in fact, a pathway into a deepened experience of life. Have a listen, Doug
Easter is the centerpiece of our tradition. In this time in which we are rethinking how we tell the Christian story, it would make sense that we’d do some rethinking of Easter as well. Have a listen, Doug
Today, we celebrate this seminal day in our tradition. As always, we take some dimension of our Story, and rehearse it together. Today, we talk about what our early ancestors; those first to experience live-beyond-life.
Any minister worth his or her salt, works very hard preparing the Easter message. But me?? I'm doing a version of last year's Easter message. What kind of sloppy work is that? Here's what happened... I was reading through a bunch of things I'd gathered through the year for the Easter message. One of the things I read over was last year's message. It moved me deeply. I thought to myself; "I said that last year? Wow! That's good stuff. And I didn't remember saying that at all." Looking at the materials I'd gathered, I couldn't imagine preparing a better