Robert K Greenleaf coined the phrase “servant leadership” in an essay he first published in 1970. At first glance, many may inquire how can one be both a servant AND a leader. The former is supposedly a selfLESS being, while the latter is a selfish … read more.
In contemporary fiction, stories of an apocalypse never mean an actual end to the world. Instead, they are often the start of something new, sometimes something dreadful, often something with beautiful stories of relationship and ingenuity. Let’s look at some well-known apocalypse stories and find … read more.
Kimberly Davidson writes, “The courage of the seed is that once cracking, it cracks all the way.” In this interactive, multi-generational service we’ll explore our April theme of “Becoming” through that familiar spring image of the sprouting seed. What seeds do we seek to plant … read more.