In the classic movie, "The Wizard of Oz" ends with Dorothy's enthusiastic words, "There's no place like home!" Part of the message of this movie is that no matter how dull home, friends and family may seem--no matter if we feel unheard or unseen sometimes--life isn't always better in technicolor, so to speak.
Sometimes that's true. And sometimes it's not. How do we know when it's time to leave the security of our "black and white" spirituality behind, and travel the exciting--and yes, challenging yellow brick road of a technicolor spirituality?
Amazing music by Jennifer Ferren
An ordained minister in MCC since 2001, Danny is a spiritual traveler whose journey began in Pentacostalism and continued through what is sometimes called "Progressive Christianity." A student of Unity and the teaching of yoga, he completed Unity's SEE program in December 2020.
Danny and his husband, Richard, share 3 children, 5 grandchildren, and are currently enjoying life in the foothills of North Georgia in Canton.