Beginner's Grace: Bringing Prayer to Life, Kate Braestrup. A welcoming modern guide to the simplest, most effective way to satisfy a universal spiritual hunger, Beginner’s Grace is for the religious and nonreligious and even irreligious in its generous, good-humored approach to spirituality. With its insight and warmth, Beginner’s Grace is sure to become a spiritual touchstone for people of all faiths. Bring Prayer, Beginner'S Grace, Life, Kindle Ebook, Book Worth, Favorite Book, Kate Braestrup, General Book, Beginners Grace
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A faith for all seasons: Liberal religion and the crises of life by William R Murry. A liberal religous understanding of the pain and suffering in life which mirrors a Unitiarian Universalist philosophy. It is a refreshing approach to the crisis of life that will help many people deal with their feelings of blame and guilt when a loved one dies. This book is a solid reference for those dealing with providing comfort to those grieving.
Fluent in Faith: A Unitarian Universalist Embrace of Religious Language by Jeanne Harrison Nieuwejaar. Calling us to embrace our religious language in all its diversity and wide range of meaning. Jeanne Harrison Nieuwejaar sets forth a vision for Unitarian Universalism where, as an articulate people, we can confidently and gracefully express our faith
Simply Pray: A Modern Spiritual Practice to Deepen Your Life by Erik Walker Wikstrom. Drawing from the wisdom of the world’s religions, Simply Pray offers readers an easy-to-use modern prayer practice free from any particular theological orientation
Living in the Presence: Spiritual Exercises to Open Our Lives to the Awareness of God by Tilden H. Edwards. A masterwork of modern spiritual writing to guide all who long to live a contemplative life.
Sunday and Every Day: My Little Book of Unitarian Universalism by Patricia Frevert. This small book puts a little bit of the Unitarian Universalist faith in a child's hands. Features prayers for worship and everyday use, stories, songs, plus the seven Principles and six Sources in children's language. Ages 5 and up.