Today, DiscoverUU adds two blogs from UU ministers out of the Midwest:
“The Naked Theologian” is written by Rev. Myriam Renaud of Chicago, Illinois has a down-to-earth style that contains a lot of great ideas in an easily digestible format. There are some nice pictures that really help to bring each blog’s message to life.
The Naked Theologian is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister who is currently working on a Ph.D. in Theology at a major university in Chicago.
“Faith Talk” by Rev. Tom Capo of Cedar Rapids, Iowa is a brand new blog that can be counted on for poetic and heartfelt entries. I look forward to future posts.
“Reverend Capo is the minister of Peoples Church Unitarian Universalist in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Reverend Capo describes himself as a Unitarian Universalist, Buddhist, Humanist, and Theist. He believes that all existence, including the Divine, is in process. He was a psychotherapist for over 30 years before coming to the ministry.”
Please feel free to modify and use this in every way imaginable. You more than have my permission.
– Aaron Sawyer
I believe in my right to search for the good, to choose it for myself, and hold it in my heart.
I affirm this right in you as well.
Together we share in the joy of community, the power of reverence, and the responsibilities of freedom.
This is the promise of my heart extended to you, as we walk on separate paths, together.