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Kellerman, LoisMarriage From the Heart by Lois Kellerman - 2002
Marriage From the Heart: Eight Commitments of a Spiritually Fulfilling Life Together
Kirschner, DianeSummer School For Ethics: Connecting to Ourselves, Each Other and Our Ethical Culture Roots and Values by Diane Kirschner - 2007
The Challenge: How could we respond to the request from Lay Leadership Summer School (LLSS) graduates for continuing opportunities to engage in a learning experience with other Ethical Culture members that would be welcoming to families and also allow time for rest, relaxation and recreation?
Klaber, Florence W.Religious Education Fall Conference & Family Weekend 2009 by Florence W. Klaber - 2009
Brochure and Registration Form -- We are proud to welcome Dale McGowan as our featured guest this year. Dale is the editor and co-author of Parenting Beyond Belief and Raising Freethinkers. Dale was named as the 2008 Harvard Humanist of the year and serves as executive director of Foundation Beyond Belief, a humanist charitable and educational foundation. Over nine million parents in the U.S. are raising children without theistic religion. Dale offers encouragement and practical solutions to empower secular parents in raising ethical, caring and confident kids. Join us as we incorporate Dale’s ideas into our Sunday Schools and create a new path for raising Ethical children in a theistic world.
Today's Religious Education in Ethical Societies by Florence W. Klaber - 1975
Kaufmann, BobBuilding Membership by Bob Kaufmann - 1990
A wide ranging advisory on how to attract newcomers, welcome them, bring them into membership and integrate them fully into the congregation. While some of the points are focused specifically at a Unitarian congregation, the monograph is a treasure trove of general and specific practices and attitudes pertinent to ethical societies that will lead to substantial growth and enhancement of the congregation if we implement them. When you get beyond the authoritarian tone of some of the recommendations, you will find innumerable gems of wisdom that you can see the logic of and readily apply. Some of the recommendations would take a staff of several individuals working full time to accomplish, others can be implemented by every member in the normal course of their daily activity. We recommend that you be selective and identify just a few of the recommendations that seem most appropriate to your society and set a goal to implement those. After those practices have been well established add a few others that you are prepared for. As your membership grows and more resources become available additional membership building recommendations can be taken on. Membership development can be recognized easily in the number of members, number of programs, number of newcomers, engagement of existing members, financial support. Membership development can be appreciated more qualitatively by the way people treat the other members of the society and by the positive impact of your programs on the broader community.
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