Steve Berg writes about the power of names in the voice of a shorebird who struggles with overcoming societal labels.
A spiritual community is vital to our wellbeing, and it doesn’t have to be housed in a building to be genuine.
As part of our “Signs of Hope” series, resident philosopher Steve Berg shares his take on the concept of hope.
The song, “That’s My Toy–as Steve puts it–starts out, “OK we’ve all done that” but ends up a stark pronouncement of where selfish behavior leads.
In this blog, Steve shares a poem about the importance of shedding our personal cloaks, so that we can end hate and better understand others.
In this blog, Steve reflects on the phrase “no time like the present” and how it now has a different meaning throughout the pandemic.
In a short and simple way, Steve tells us about his friend who reminds everyone she is around to notice the ordinary things, and find joy in them.
Through asking us to imagine ourselves on a winding path, Steve Berg wants to know if we all can embrace the journey that God planned for each of us.
In a touching and unexpected way, Steve Berg wrestles with the meaning of life, and ispires us to enjoy the one life we have.
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