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Religious Hospitality

Randy James

Think of a time when you have felt truly welcomed. Maybe it was coming home after a long time away. Maybe someone took you in when you were far from home. What a gift it is to be welcomed.
The practice of hospitality has a long history in all religious traditions. With all the tensions of contemporary society, what is our practice of hospitality to those looking for connection and commitment?

Thoughts from Rev Russ

  • Remaining Calm—or Not March 17, 2016

    So much of life is about balance. It’s about acting or not acting in the best way at the best time in the best manner to suit the situation. This makes living a good life consistently very challenging. Too often we don’t have time to analyze the situation or perform a cost/benefit analysis of the best outcome based on our actions. This challenge is especially true when we are affronted by events that hurt or offend us—and we react emotionally ...

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