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Now displaying: March, 2019
Mar 31, 2019

No amount of teaching can parallel the assurance we get from first-hand experience. To see really is to believe, but what are we seeing in the world today?

Mar 24, 2019
The final book in the Harry Potter series is defined by what Harry and his friends don't know. Nevertheless, they are required to act anyway. What they knew, forgot, and discover -- love-- ultimately saves them. Come and claim these lessons for activism and living life for yourself in the concluding Sunday of our Harry Potter series. Rev. Anastassia preaching.
Mar 11, 2019
The term “adulting” has become a tongue-in-cheek term used by young adults to celebrate the completion of daily “adult” tasks such as paying bills. But what are the deeper responsibility of adults in our society? In Book 5 of the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, the adults are waging a resistance against the Dark Lord Voldemort that they do not fully let Harry and his friends into. Though this frustrates the youth, the adults have a sense that the full fight is not yet for these teenagers. In an age where our most outspoken and arguably most effective activists against violence have been youth, how are we as adults measuring up? How might we fully embrace the responsibilities of being adults?
Mar 4, 2019

Sports have often been a metaphor for war and an outlet for human aggression and competition. In this fourth book in the Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling intentionally blurs the line between "fictional" and real violence. In our own lives, we see that the rules of civility and order have begun to break down and that many Americans are forming opposing and radicalized camps. What are the signs of this happening? What does it call us to pay attention to?

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