During this service, members will have an opportunity to ask Rev. Eklof questions about topics he has or hasn’t addressed in previous sermons.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Todd Eklof
In this sermon we’ll explore the principal point of Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s bestselling book, Antifragile, about the importance of facing adversity in order to grow, which is the true nature of life.
Little can make us feel better about ourselves than pointing out others who are wrong. This psychological truth is at the core of many interpersonal conflicts: from personal relationships, to social conflict, to warfare. How do we begin to recognize this need in ourselves and … read more.
Reflections upon my brief sabbatical and why I enjoy taking time away during the winter months.
There’s seems to be a natural tendency to feel certain, even defensive, of our beliefs and ideas. The more insistent we are about them, the surer we feel they must be true. But a rigid idea, like everything else that’s rigid, is easily shattered with … read more.
If it is true that Liberalism is defined by its commitment to individual freedom and expression, then it has become clear that the Unitarian Universalist Association is no longer being guided by liberal leaders or liberal principles. This member service organization, that’s now striving to … read more.
Let’s take a lesson from the Old West when it comes to taming today’s wilder West of mass shootings and inadequate gun control laws.
I consider my sermons and expression of my own continuing journey and discoveries. On Sundays, I share only what I have myself been studying, and learning, and interested in. In this sermon, I’ll look back at the message I’ve given over the year and highlight … read more.
Our annual candlelight service using traditional Christmas hymns, readings from a variety of religions, and short homilies to help us celebrate the miracle of every birth and the birth of the Universe itself.
This intergenerational story, written by Rev. Eklof, is a continuation of the classic Christmas story by Dr. Seuss. Just in time for the holidays, the Grinch is back with his brand-new big heart to help defend Whoville from a Grinch invasion and occupation. Come hear … read more.