Tag Archives: Difference

Storytelling

We tell stories. It is part of how humans make sense and order out of their lives. While many of our stories spring from something that might be called objective reality, the narratives that we create are seldom free of … Continue reading

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No on Florida’s Amendment 6

Today I participated in a telephone press conference with Faith Voices Against Amendment 6.  Amendment 6 is a proposed amendment to the Florida Constitution that would dangerously limit women’s healthcare options. Today’s press conference included Jewish, Catholic, and Protestant voices in addition … Continue reading

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At the Gurdwara

Tonight I had the privilege of participating in an interfaith service at the Sikh Gurdwara (temple / house of worship) in Oviedo. The service was organized by the Interfaith Council of Central Florida (ICCF) in response to the shooting last … Continue reading

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Florida Unitarian Universalist Ministers’ Statement on Trayvon Martin Case

March 23, 2012 Unitarian Universalist ministers from around the state gathering in Jacksonville, Florida for their annual meeting today issued the following statement regarding last month’s tragic killing of Trayvon Martin in Central Florida. Whereas serious questions remain about the … Continue reading

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Trayvon Martin – A Path Forward

For me, the tragedy that continues to unfold in Sanford, Florida stems from our culture’s difficulty in dealing with difference. As I was working on last week’s sermon, the 911 tapes from the night that Trayvon Martin was killed were … Continue reading

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