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Speaker: Rev. Teri Schwartz
In World War II, the US faced acute labor shortages. Yet, our country already had the powerful human resources it needed…but we didn’t know it at first. Creative thinking, flexible mindsets, and embracing change helped the US re-imagine who could meet the need for a … read more.
In the Japanese art of Kintsugi, broken pottery is mended with gold. Rather than seeing brokenness as the end of an object’s usefulness, it highlights a critical moment in that object’s history. Like pottery mended with gold, our moments of breaking are not the end … read more.
It’s a blessing when our cup overflows. But the most useful part of the cup—isn’t the cup! It’s the space inside. To experience abundance in our lives, we have to make space for it. Sometimes that means clearing out both the plentiful and the excess, … read more.
Led by Rev. Teri Schwartz and Service Associate Scott Youmans