Sunday, 26 April 2015, 01:56 pm PDT

Featured Ministers

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How Can I Know I Am Growing?

It’s just like what happens in Flatland. You are a square, a circle, a triangle, and what you know is how to scurry about doing your flat business in your flat world. You know left-right and you ... [read more]

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Thousand Voices

Robert Fulghum’s Faith

He has a lullaby voice and a great booming laugh. He carries a French horn case instead of a briefcase. At motels he sometimes registers as “representing” Mother Earth or the Cutting Ed... [read more]

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Thousand Voices

Why Bother?

We’re talking Easter this morning, and right off the bat I want to say that the essential story is bigger than Christian tradition can contain. The essential story, larger than Christianity a... [read more]

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Thousand Voices

Hallelujah

Good music liberates. You feel small, but the music makes you feel big. You feel all crumpled up, but the music un-crushes you, it smoothes out all the wrinkles, it makes you feel fresh and present... [read more]

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Thousand Voices

From Selma to Now

50 years ago yesterday, a march on behalf of voting rights made national news. ABC interrupted its Sunday night movie, “Judgment at Nuremberg,” to air 15 minutes of uninterrupted footage of a s... [read more]

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Thousand Voices

Lift Every Voice

Stony the road we trod Bitter the chastening rod We have come over a way that with tears has been watered…. It’s February 15, 1965, and the Rev. Dr. C. T. Vivian and 40 marchers arrive at the S... [read more]

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Thousand Voices

Liberation from Body Shame

In her poem “homage to my hips,” Lucille Clifton says: these hips are big hips they need space to move around in. they don’t fit into little petty places. these hips are free hips. they d... [read more]

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Thousand Voices

Wisdom of Play

One day the great Mulla Nasruddin was invited to deliver a sermon. First thing out of his mouth was, “Do you know what I’m going to say? ” The response was NO and at that, he announced, “I ... [read more]

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Thousand Voices

Sacred Laughter of the Sufis

On January 7 of this year, the French satirical weekly magazine called Charlie Hebdo was the target of a terrorist attack. Twelve people died. Witnesses said they had heard the gunmen shouting, ... [read more]

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Thousand Voices

Care of the Soul

“Turn your wounds into wisdom,” says Oprah Winfrey. She’s on the same page as countless others. “Do you not see,” said the poet John Keats, writing hundreds of years earlier,” how neces... [read more]

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