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Monthly archive for January 2014

Lesson for January 26, 2014 – How to Use It

We have had feedback that the audio of the Sunday lessons can be hard to hear on certain PC systems. We’ve boosted the volume of this recording. Please let us know if this helps you hear the lesson. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Right-click and select ‘Save As…’ to download

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Lesson for January 19, 2014 – What it Does

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Grief

Recently, someone dear to practitioner Julie Sorel made the transition. Julie has written a moving and profound essay on the nature and experience of grief, and she has graciously allowed us to reprint that essay here. Thank you, Julie. GRIEF We all grieve differently. The way you do it is no better

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Lesson for January 12, 2014 – The Way it Works

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Video: “What I Believe: Spiritual Living”

Our Council president, Lauren Woodiwiss, shares with us a great video by Reverend Brian Akers entitled What I Believe: Spiritual Living. In it, Akers explains his views of the Spiritual Living philosophy.

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Lesson for January 5, 2014 – The Thing Itself

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Interfaith Dialogue begins January 16

In moving towards a “World that Works for Everyone” communication is key to ensure understanding and facilitate respect and cooperation. Interfaith dialogues are opportunities to promote and participate in that communication. This Interfaith Dialogue is sponsored by the Franciscans Network and Council on American-Islamic Relations and is being hosted by Center for

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Lesson for December 29, 2013 – The Burning Bowl Service

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