United Seminary solicited line drawings from community members to celebrate LGBTQ History Month. You can download the Queer Theofuturism Coloring Book for free!
CONVERGENCE offers numerous leadership and community development webinars on-demand or in a cohort:
Week Forty-Five: Interfaith Friendships: Daily Meditations exploring the fruitfulness of interfaith friendships.
Matthew Fox offers a lovely collection of Poems to the Mother.
What would Christianity be like if Mary Magdalene hadn't been hidden from view?
Daily Meditations spent a week considering Images of God.
Matthew Fox regularly reflects on the Cosmic Christ and Deep Ecumenism.
“Reflection of the Cosmic Moment” window by Doyle Chappell, inspired by The Coming of the Cosmic Christ, at aChurch4Me, Metropolitan Community Church, Chicago. Published with permission of the artist.
Matthew Fox on Nicolas of Cusa on Multiple Names for God and Naming the Divine, continued.
Richard Rohr spent a week Contemplating Creation - short, daily devotionals to help us see and develop awareness of our oneness with creation.
Rev. Dr. Cameron Trimble, reflecting on how our words/language create our realities, encourages us to Say What You Mean.
Rev. Dr. Michael Piazza encourages us to reconsider our Sunday school - and adult - approach to reading, understanding, and interpreting the Word of God / the Bible in Liberation Word: Is God Still Speaking?
Refiguring the Birth of Christ, but Toni Reynolds, July 5, 2018 illuminate the need to reimagine theology for our time and context.
The “Heresy Is Good” podcast is about fighting back against evangelicals’ disinformation and distortion of the gospel. It addresses their hypocrisy and ignorance of Christian history, and examines why people who couldn’t even see through the transparent lies of Donald Trump, culminating in the “Big Lie,” believe that they are somehow the spiritually enlightened ones qualified to interpret Christ for the world.