Bible Text: Psalm 107:1, 1 Thessalonians 5:18, Colossians 4:2 | Speaker: Rev. Dr. Carolyn Scanlan-Holmes | Although most of us know that gratitude is good — and good for us — there is a gap between our desire to be grateful and our ability to behave gratefully. The implications of the gap are bigger than we realize, affecting both our personal and public lives. In a recent book by Diana Butler Bass the author explores how we can gain a richer understanding and practice of gratitude.
Join us Sunday as we explore how thankfulness in living can transform us into a world where the way we treat each other is guided by gratitude and may very well be at the heart of the transformation of the world.