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Post date: 05/17/2004 - 6:00pm
We detest terrorism, but every week it seems like the current policy of the United States is just making things worse. We think there could be a reconsideration of why we are in Iraq; what our real goals might be; and how to go about achieving them. It will take patience and money and sacrifice and, perhaps, some compromise. We support democratic government, women's rights, religious pluralism but the situation in Iraq is not even close to that.
Post date: 05/10/2004 - 6:00pm
On May 5th, there was a good crowd of nice people at the Bienville House Awards Dinner where Paula Henderson was awarded the Peace Keeping award for the year. Lots of Unitarians were present. A good group from our Camphor Church Partnership met on Saturday morning, May 8th, at Southern University's Museum and were given a great tour of a really fine exhibit of African Art. Then we had beans and rice at the Early Risers Kiwanis Club lunch. Lots of Unitarians were there. Is there any place Unitarians cannot be found in Baton Rouge?
Post date: 05/03/2004 - 6:00pm
Process Theology Process Theology is both one of the newest ways to think and feel about the religious and one of the oldest. I want to talk with you about that. The next few times I am in your pulpit, I want to try and demonstrate how Process Theology has grown out of the past and gives some folks a way to get an overall look at the playing field ahead of time.
Post date: 04/26/2004 - 6:00pm
"The Side of the Angels" On Sunday afternoon, April 25, eight of us from UCBR attended a performance of "The Laramie Project" at the Swine Palace on the LSU campus. Afterward, I appeared on a small panel consisting of one of the ministers from the University Presbyterian Church, and the director Leon Ingulsrud to discuss issues of religion and tolerance with audience and cast.
Post date: 04/19/2004 - 6:00pm
"Thank You"
Post date: 04/12/2004 - 6:00pm
"Green Sanctuary"
Post date: 04/05/2004 - 6:00pm
"Such a Mix" Special Note: At this difficult time for Scott and Cindy Ross and their family, Dwight and I have been touched by the love and concern so many of you have shown. This church is truly a caring community.
Post date: 03/29/2004 - 5:00pm
"Welcoming New Members" Special Note: At this difficult time for Scott and Cindy Ross and their family, Dwight and I have been touched by the love and concern so many of you have shown. This church is truly a caring community.
Post date: 03/22/2004 - 5:00pm
Dreaming Your Way from the Darkness into Light When I was in my early 20's, I was the Adult Advisor for the Youth Group at the Fellowship in Houston. They loved to put on Conferences. I remember the "most of the night" sessions around the fire, singing songs, while the youngsters tried to put "the adults" to sleep. And I remember that it was a speaker at one of those conferences that told us about dreams. I have been working with dreams ever since. I have hundreds of them written down in journals. (The ones I call 'classic dreams'.)
Post date: 03/15/2004 - 5:00pm
"Credit Due & Received" Dick Haymaker, President of the Baton Rouge Council on Human Relations, asked me to offer the Invocation at their Humanitarian Awards Ceremony on March 11, 2004. I was pleased to do so, especially, since Tom and Kathy Gess in addition to Rev. Charles T. Smith were given awards. Here is what I said: INVOCATION:

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