As we look to a new year, we shall reflect on some of the milestones that bring lasting change toward our building a beloved community. Altogether, we are endowed with diverse skills to be instruments of grace as we let our lives speak with loving-kindness. Frederick Buechner reminds us that “all moments are key moments and life itself is grace.”
Rev. Millie Horning Peters, a retired United Methodist minister, is a member of First Unitarian of Louisville where she serves on the Worship Ministry and as a team leader of CLOUT. Millie is the co-founder of Concerned Clergy for Choice Kentucky, a religious voice of kindness for the moral autonomy and economic well-being of all people.