| features MARCH/APRIL
2004 · VOL
XVIII NO 2 |
Reconciliation as a Spiritual Discipline
In our own souls, between individuals, within groups, and between groups. The practice of reconciliation
How Can We Help in Iraq?
Simple acts of kindness
Kids as sacred as mine Supporting relief efforts
An Enduring Bond
Links between Minnesota and Malawi A visit to the Kasambala clinic
Commentary. The tyranny of the single thing
Wayside Pulpit. Love
Interpretation. Living in exile
Creations. Mary's platter
Encounter. Sacred places Creations. Sisters
Odyssey. Pulled into the game
Heritage. Conspiracy with change
Affirmation. Elevator speeches
Scripture. Winter is past
Inside Out. Cartoon
Testimony. Religious voices in the news
From the Editor.
Style and substance
Affirm the power of love
Letters. Forum. Strategies for effective activists
Congregational Life. Healthier congregations through parish nursing
Spiritual Landmark. The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Daguito
Human origins and human futures
Living Tradition. 'Stronger than our condition'
Books by UU Authors.
What in the World?
Discussion topics on UU World articles
Lucy Stone, woman's rights champion
Voter registration drive kicks off
New PR tools to grow churches
Social Witness. UUs mobilize in Miami for FTAA protests
. Puppet shows, teach-ins, and tear gas
Living the Faith. Dedicating their lives to children
UU Trend. UUs establish legislative presence
In the Congregations. Tutoring program goes the distance; Alternative gifts; more
Religion News. Is the Muslim veil a civil right? Political Action. Head Start faces political challenges
Milestones. Obituary for Malcolm Sutherland
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