Spiritual Courage

Yesterday, a friend and fellow minister posted a question that was asked at a conference he’s attending: What does it mean to be spiritually courageous? I posted my own answer, and I’ll share that with you in a bit, but like most good questions, there are...

Wedding Review – Mr. and Mrs. Ferree

Another wonderful review from a beautiful couple! I love my work and my life! “Oh my goodness, I do not think there are enough words I could use to describe Rev. DiAnna and all the she did for my wife and I. When we were early on in the process our wedding...

Choosing a Wedding Officiant

Congratulations! You’re engaged! Now what happens? Luckily, there are lots of ways to learn the ins and outs of planning your wedding. You can have a wedding day that is very simple or as elaborate as your budget will allow. But, one thing every wedding has in...

Welcome Changes

Welcome Back! If you’ve been here before, you’ll notice that this site is completely rebuilt. I’m so THRILLED!! It was time for a change that is reflective of some of the changes and growth I’ve moved into over the past 3 years of increased...

Saying Thank You

I was honored to preach this past Sunday in Tryon, NC at the Thermal Belt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. Here’s the video of my sermon “Saying Thank You” and the post-service discussion. My portion is the first 12...

Radio Interview with The Mistress

On Friday, March 13, 2015, I was honored to be interviewed by my friend and colleague, Sandra LaMorgese, Ph.D. during a segment on her radio program called In the Red Room with The Mistress. Here’s an edited version of that interview. I am so grateful to have...

Some Things Are Broken, But I’m OK

On Sunday, October 26, 2014, I spoke at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hendersonville. Here’s a synopsis of my talk. You can click the link below to listen. There are so many voices, both outside of us and from within, telling us that the world is...

Day One – Same-Sex Weddings in NC

On Monday, October 13, 2014, ¬†I officiated 3 weddings at the Unitarian Universalists of Asheville¬†as part of the Day One Celebration there. The congregation (I’m a member there!) provided flowers to make bouquets and boutonnieres, reception foods like punch and...