Climate Justice: A Call to Hope and Action

The study of climate justice shows how the weather, ocean levels, and other conditions of climate like drought, storms and ocean temperature affect people, and how those affects are magnified for the poor.  As noble as our individual efforts are to “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle”, we need to work together to find causes and solutions … Continued

Is Hope a Four-Letter Word?

For some, hope offers ineffectual lip service for change.  Others see hope as a brave stance in the face of a difficult world.  Rabbi Jonathan Sacks gives different names to these diverging views.  “Optimism is a passive virtue, hope an active one. It needs no courage, only a certain naiveté, to be an optimist. It … Continued

Holding Onto Hope

Some of you may have been surprised to see my photo under the Oct. 26th Sierra Vista Herald/Review story entitled “God is our hope.”  I know I was surprised!  As it happens, our Sunday service theme for December is hope, so we have to ask ourselves: If God isn’t the main source of hope for most Unitarian … Continued

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