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The start of a new year is the time many people decide to add a regular exercise habit to their routines. It's not long, however, until they fall back into old, comfortable patterns. Even with a solid workout plan and a ...

Category: Health and Wellness

Sometimes people want to serve in their faith communities but they can't seem to find their niche. They have several skills they would love to share with others but lack the outlet to do so. One way to incorporate more p ...

Category: Uncategorized

Scientists have long heralded the many perks of spending time outside. It improves your mental health, sleep, focus and immunity. What do you do when temperatures are too harsh to stay outside for a long time, though? He ...

Category: Health and Wellness

Starting a new group at church can be a daunting prospect. You want to choose something that will pique the interest of your members without overwhelming them. One type of group that almost everyone can participate in is ...

Category: Health and Wellness

As days become shorter during the fall and winter, more people tend to experience bouts of depression. Others endure dark times more frequently throughout the year. In addition to talking to your therapist about possible ...

Category: Health and Wellness

When someone you love dies, it's important to grieve the loss. Trying to go on with life as if nothing has happened doesn't make the hurt go away. In fact, in many ways, it can amplify it and cause harm to you and those ...

Category: Health and Wellness

Many people have traditions for major holidays that are passed down from generation to generation. They know who's going to throw the best party on New Year's Eve, and they have a list of favorite menu items for the Inde ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

You likely view your faith community as a place where you are all working together toward the same goal. When differences of opinion arise in committee meetings or in other decision-making groups, however, the work can b ...

Category: Uncategorized School Political and Religious Controversy

Freedom of choice is a beautiful thing. In the United States, it means we can pursue any religious path we choose — or none at all. It also means we can pretty much marry whom we choose, as ruled in the Obergefell v. H ...

Category: Online Ordination Universal Life Church Be a Minister Become Ordained Online

Ordination through the Universal Life Church opens the door to many possibilities. If you're considering getting ordained, you may have lots of questions. What does it mean to be ordained? Does it cost anything? Can I pe ...

Category: Online Ordination Become Ordained Online