Trusting in Abundant Love
Rev. Sue Browning
Our Universalist ancestors held that love was an unlimited resource and felt called to offer love unconditionally. Rev. Gordon McKeeman describes, “Universalists believe that all of us are going to end up together in heaven, so we might as well learn how to get along with each other now.” At this service Rev. Sue Browning will draw … Continued
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