Jul 29, 2018
Our ancient ancestors saw the Earth as a living, conscious organism filled with spirits that sometimes worked together and at other times battled for primacy. But then humanity domesticated the spirits and the planet became a dead carcass where we could extract whatever we chose. But all this did was separate us from...
Jul 22, 2018
Think that poetry is all old, stuffy words that sort of go on and on and you really aren’t sure what it’s all about? Well, that’s what Rev. Kären thought until she met Laura Solomon. Laura writes poetry, especially slam poetry, that inspires, motivates and gets the heart and brain pumping. Listen to how the...
Jul 15, 2018
The Sufi mystic Hafiz wrote, “I once asked a bird, how is it that you fly in this gravity of darkness? She responded, ‘love lifts me’.” When our strength fails us, where do we turn? How do we nourish ourselves and others to move towards spiritual centering?
Jul 9, 2018
Do you remember when a “prominent politician” referred to some places in the world as “dung heaps”? (That wasn’t actually the phrase the “prominent politician” used, but this a PG publication and “dung heaps” is in the Bible, so let’s go with that.) Maybe that seems like old news. But we do that all...
Jul 1, 2018
With songs and stories from the musical Godspell, we take a look at Mary Magdalene, sin and being imperfect people as we build a Beautiful City together. Join Rev. Kären as we enjoy some music from Godspell and have a little chat about our all too human imperfections.