10.20.13 I Doubt It!, Reverend Kent Matthies

In a world with too much hunger, poverty, war, and oppression of various groups we are called to work for better ways of being one human family.  Some religious traditions implicitly or explicitly teach that we should accept the way things are as “God’s plan”.  Our religious tradition leads us to say “I doubt it!”  In certain parts of our lives we don’t believe this is the way things need to be or are supposed to be.  On this Unitarian Universalist United Nations Organization Sunday come support international efforts in areas of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender justice and beyond!