Monthly Archives: March 2015

Rev. Moon’s Unrecognized Influences on Christian Theology ~ Andrew Wilson Ph.D. (UTS’78)

Although members and friends of the Unification Church recognize the awesome significance of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon, what about his importance for those who do not believe –specifically to conventionally-minded Christians? While some …

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Tell Someone They’re Valued ~curated by Robin James Graham

The students at Sandy’s high school were badly shaken by the news that a classmate had killed himself. The suicide note said, “It’s hard to live when nobody cares if you die.” Glen, a teacher, realized this was a teachable moment about the importance of making people feel valued. He asked the class to imagine […]

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“Surface Tension”~ a poem by Walter Lowe (UTS’91)

       Surface Tension   The water looked so mild and calm A pleasant glow – nice, peaceful balm – Calling to my troubled soul, Promising to ease the full Despair and emptiness That  more or less Had filled my days: A worrisome fog and …

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The Lost World of Adam and Eve ~ curated by Charles Kannal (UTS’96)

Image: Eric Ashleigh In recent years, John Walton, professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College, has been both lauded and criticized for his interpretation of Genesis 1–2. In his 2009 landmark book, The Lost World of Genesis One (InterVarsity Press), …

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Virtue for the Week: Acceptance

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A Film Review: “Still Alice”: Holding on to Who We Are ~ Kathy Winings Ed.D.(UTS’87)

  When we were younger and just beginning to study Principle concepts concerning the purpose of life and about the nature of our lives as children of God, many of us tended to think in simple, basic terms. In terms of our life journey, we often taught that we …

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Why Islam Needs a Reformation~ curated by Rob Sayre

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8 Values of TEAMWORK That Keep a Church Healthy ~curated by Don Sardella (UTS’80)

The success of your ministry depends largely on developing a strong team with a deep sense of team spirit. I’ve witnessed the incredible power of a unified team to create growth and have counseled many churches who weren’t growing because their team …

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Quote of the Week: Jefferson

“What is freedom? Freedom is the right to choose: the right to create for oneself the alternatives of choice. Without the possibility of choice and the exercise of choice a man is not a man but a member, an instrument, a thing.” ~ Thomas Jefferson

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A Medal for Michael Brown, Eric Garner and Tony Robinson ~ Jim Dougherty

Could the military doctrine and experience of “friendly fire“ be used to help the country heal, reform and move forward from the recent police-involved deaths of unarmed African-American men, Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, Eric Garner in Staten Island, …

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