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My topic today is “peace in the home,” and the clip we saw earlier from that classic holiday movie “A Christmas Story” zooms us straight to the heart of it. Family space is crowded space, crowded with the needs and emotions that each member brings. The crowding only gets more intense, come the holidays. Youngest […]

I’ve only visited Iowa once in my life, and it was there I had an ominous encounter with a murmuration of starlings. Always vigilant to a “nature wow” encounter, I found myself so close to this murmuration in the dark winter sky, that I ducked and ran for cover, feeling more like Tippi Hedren in […]

Homily- Nia Lovvorn I don’t stand for the pledge. I haven’t since I was in seventh grade, when my teacher said we had to because it was respectful. Looking back, I wish I could have gotten the chance to explain why I don’t stand for the pledge. I probably would have said something along the […]

Gandhi once called poverty “the worst form of violence.” The opposite of peace. Why did he say that? Let’s take a look at a video that might help us begin to understand. Our narrator is scientist Franz de Waal, and he’s going to walk us through a recent study on fairness…. Economic unfairness—with poverty as […]

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