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How Empty is your Cup?

A story goes:

“One day, a Zen master had a visit from a foreign scholar who came to ask about Zen.  Instead of listening to the master the visitor instead talked on and on about his own ideas and showcasing all he knew to the master. 199 more words


Literary Lessons-When You Lose a Pet

One of the most traumatic moments in a child’s life is when they are faced with the loss of a beloved pet.  It can be equally difficult for the adults in their lives to explain about death to the child in a way that is meaningful and helps process the event.   116 more words



 Effective religious education must have, at its core, a reverence for children’s own curiosity.


Making Friends

WBUUC youth have been exploring materials:   wood-burning tools, saws, hammers, paint, string, T-shirts,  tiles, glue guns, paper, canvas, cloth, frames, and sand….

Most projects are individual, but we are also creating a work of art for the new resource for homeless youth, North Star Youth Drop-In Center.   65 more words

Youth RE

Transmitting Faith to Children: How Can We Do It?

An unexpected Biblical text counsels parents on how to share their faith with their children.

It has been said that the church is only one generation away from extinction. 1,902 more words


Muslim Community's Responsibilities

Muslims worry much about how others perceive their faith in lights of the frequently-occurring horrible events. They worry about their safety and they are consumed by the overwhelming negativity that is spreading against them. 839 more words