Imagining Abundance into Being

We are taught the myth of scarcity throughout our lives. It’s reinforces by our daily challenges and the depressing news cycle. But who is served by our preoccupation with the not-enoughness in our lives? Will we get anywhere with technical solutions? Isabel speaks about her quest to master the science of scarcity – economics – … Continued

Universalist Economics

In an environment of rapid technological change and economic turmoil, 18th century American Universalist Hosea Ballou preached a theology of abundance that disrupted the harm caused by Calvinist ideas. In this second sermon of Isabel’s three-week series on economics, we bring Ballou’s insights into the 21st century. Together we explore what it means to practice … Continued

Black Empowerment, Unitarian Universalism, and an Embodied Path to Healing

The General Assemblies of the late 1960’s were hotly contested events, particularly as the Unitarian Universalist Association was deciding how to respond to the rising Black Power movement. In honor of Black History Month we will take a look at this period of our history, focusing on the tensions and traumas embodied in the controversy, … Continued

My Moonshot Heroes: How Ordinary People are Changing the World in Unbelievable Ways

Ordinary individuals today have the power to transform the world in unprecedented ways. Each one of us has the power to accomplish dreams that were unimaginable just a short time ago. But old paradigms about the way things once were, are still holding us back from the mind-bending power that has been placed at our … Continued