In recent months, our organization and our faith have been challenged by historically underrepresented voices claiming a place at our denomination's table. Our 2nd principle calls us to "justice, equity, and compassion in human relations." In these turbulent and contentious times, what does that mean for our relationships, our churches, and our faith? What does a religion truly dedicated to these values look like?
People who may be thought of as kind, are sometimes considered to be submissive or weak. Acts of kindness have come to be suspect due to an individual’s motive of recognition. In the message we examine the power of kindness and its effects on our everyday lives.
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Rev. James Fowler has written a book on Development Stages of Faith. Faith is not a yes or no proposition. Some people start with a basic understanding and never develop beyond that. Others, through self-examination or discovery, or even by accident stumble into deeper understandings. This book has given me insights into faith, passion and activism. It is with Fowler's insights that I have been able to go back into my spiritual journey and make more sense of it. I hope to share that with you all.
Here you will find recent sermons, some audio, some video.