Living in The Universal Christ

November Blog by Mike Reiling ~  “Christ is the Christian symbol for everything – all that ever existed and is happening everywhere and all the time – held in seamless Oneness. Christ is all of reality seen without any separation.”   Paul R. Smith Sound strange?  Meditate on – among others – Colossians 1:15-23, John 1:1-5, […]

My October

October Blog by Naja Yazbek If September is the Monday of the year, October will be its Friday. This is my third October in America, before that time I was a teacher and head of educational department in my country, Lebanon. The back to school is a nonstop nightmare for the school system and so is September. […]

“A garden always gives back more than it receives.”  Mara Beamish

August Blog by Betsy Nero I have had several conversations in the past few weeks about where people vacation. Interestingly many have said it is actually really nice staying home.  Given our often brutal winters, it’s not so bad staying in Cleveland to enjoy the summer. I’d have to agree.  Especially nice when you can […]

“Yea or Nay”

June Blog by Rachel Drotar. I’ve recently become a bit of a history buff. This past weekend in the play 1776, I portrayed Charles Thompson, the Secretary for the Continental Congress. Throughout the process, I was able to see how the characters did or did not align with their own personal views. I realized the […]

Tidying Up

April Blog by Cheryl Keehner, CSA April fools take note.   Early spring promised by the Ground Hog eight weeks ago has been delayed.   We fell for it again!  The sky is gray. The air outside is cold.  The ground is defrosting and the yard is muddy.  Your winter coat has brushed against the dirty car far too […]

Always Glad You Came

March Blog by Peggy Gerovac Sometimes you want to go Where everybody knows your name And they’re always glad you came You want to be where you can see The troubles are all the same You want to be where everybody knows your name Do you recognize those lyrics? They are from the theme song […]