UU 102: Hiatus regretted, future predicted

Life lives its own schedule, not the one I try to impose on it. But I’ll do my best–and there are longer draft posts I’ll be finishing up soon. There’s also a study guide for the next local UU 102 session forthcoming:

In accordance with the December ministry theme of Wonder and Delight, we’ll look at two marvelous modern ways to get the news. One is this story in the Winter 2014 UUWorld,
Community news can nurture civic health (page 50 of the print issue). The other is Doug Muder’s Weekly Sift , “making sense of the news one week at a time.”
Discussion questions will be provided. Watch the
weekly email for a link and further information.
For those of you in central Arkansas, this is Sunday, December 28th, 10 AM, at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Little Rock at 1818 Reservoir Road. It’s part of our long-running Forum series of weekly discussions on varied topics.
The next two sessions are tentatively scheduled for January 25th and February 22nd and will cover (in some order–I’m still thinking about that) these articles and probably some additional blog posts to go with them:
Selma’s Challenge, by Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed (page 33) and Up To Our Necks, by Rev. Meg Riley (page 9)
Embracing Change, by Donald E. Skinner (page 6), which has a nice discussion guide provided by the UUA we’ll use, at least in part

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