Rev. Dalton was born and raised in the mountains of Virginia. She has her bachelor’s degree in political science and her Master of Divinity degree from Emory’s Candler School of Theology. She is currently ordained and recognized by the Alliance of Baptists and considers herself … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Jennifer Dalton
Some of us will only ever have one place in our heart that we call home in a lifetime. Others will call many places home. What is home? How do we create spaces that embody all this idea can mean to us?
While we talk about love all the time, in a thousand different ways, do we really know what love is? And is it a force in our lives or simply human sentimentality?
Rev. Jennifer Dalton was born and raised in the mountains of Virginia. She has her bachelor’s degree in political science and her Master of Divinity degree from Emory’s Candler School of Theology. She is currently ordained and recognized by the Alliance of Baptists and considers … read more.
What would the world look like if we all behaved as though we believed in Grace? How would we treat our neighbors? How would we treat ourselves?
Assuming that sexual assault is “just part of growing up” is an insult to all men. The noxious notion of acceptability for any level of sexual assault is another cultural dragon that the Me Too movement and basic moral reasoning must slay.
What motivates us in our daily lives? What do we fear? Our fears can block us from living our best lives. So, how do we overcome our fears and strive to live in the most mindful, most loving way in which we are capable?
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Today’s sermon will focus on the idea of toxic masculinity and how gender stereotypes are harmful not just to our daughters but also to our sons. Does today’s society celebrate toxic masculinity while failing to celebrate the masculine? Can we honor our fathers by creating … read more.
Our 7th principle affirms and promotes “respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.” Can we imagine how this web connects the human species, how we are living consistently in relationship with each other and the world around us? Is … read more.