UU Lake Norman Sermon Podcast
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Audio recordings of sermons and music from the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Lake Norman, NC. Visit our website at www.uulakenorman.org.
||April 19, 2015: "How Can I Be a Better Steward of the Earth?" Rev. Amy Brooks and Dylan Kirk||Earth Day (officially April 22) is a time to think about steps we have taken in the last year to live in greater harmony with our planet Earth. Join us as we reflect on where we are and to encourage each other on the journey to live our seventh principle||25 7 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||April 26, 2015: "Yoga as a Spiritual Path," Laurie Walker||The presentation will be based on the wisdom and inspiration of the 2,300-year-old Yoga Sutras written by Patanjali. In the Yoga Sutras, the eight "limbs" or steps to quiet the mind are the focus. Laurie Walker is a member of the Fellowship.||25 7 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||March 8, 2015: "Finding Refuge in Everyday Life," Rev. Mary Frances Comer||Join us today as we consider what sustains us from day to day and how we find refuge in the midst of life's greatest challenges. Rev. Comer completed her internship at Eno River UU Fellowship in Durham, where she was ordained in September 2014. Her||25 7 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||May 3, 2015: "Building Trust, Nurturing Faith," Rev. Amy Brooks||One of the mantras of our liberal faith tradition is "onward and upward forever." This optimism is a gift to us, but how does it fit with today's world? And how do we maintain our optimism in the face of challenges and struggles?||25 7 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||May 24, 2015: "Insights into Judaism," Dr. Mark Epstein||How do the teachings, traditions, history, and culture of Judaism inform the Jewish heart, mind, and soul? An answer can be found in four simple phrases: B’tzelem Elohim; Tzedek, Tzedek Tirdof; L’Chaim; and Tikkun Olam. A Google search may reveal the||25 7 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||December 14, 2014: "The Path of the Pilgrim," Laurie Walker||A yogic journey seeks the right relationship with the whole of the cosmos. Yoga is almost universally connected to the physical practice of stretching and breathing. The freedom created by the poses can open a path toward a deeper mind, body and spiritual||3 1 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||November 23, 2014: "The Season of Giving," Rev. Amy Brooks, Marilyn Campbell, Emily Messner||The holiday season is marked by a time of giving thanks, gifts and our time to help those in need. But the truth is that giving is a way to make our lives meaningful and is therefore always in season. We share some personal stories about how giving||3 1 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||November 16, 2014: "5 Happy Things," Meg and Todd Hoke||Meg and Todd Hoke, guest speaker and musician, share through music and reflection how the practice of "Five Happy Things" has impacted their life. This presentation describes a practice that has helped Meg and Todd work with hospice services for a c||3 1 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||November 9, 2014: "We Are All One," Dana Overcash and Nancy Brower||Nancy Brower, our fellowship president, and Dana Overcash, a trustee, explore the New Thought concepts of the interconnection among all people, and the thoughts and constructs that keep us from fully actualizing loving relationships with ourselves and oth||3 1 2015||Free||View In iTunes|