United Coalition of Reason UnitedCoR Newsletter
September 25, 2015
Jase Heap
Jase Heap

Hi <<First Name>>,

In today's newsletter, how do we handle love? Central Iowa CoR gets a positive response at a community fair. Read how they got there and what they did next.

Hear a Humanist chaplain's secret to not spreading the gospel, and we unlock one of our most difficult problems. How do we handle hate? What does a local group do when its sign is vandalized?

Find all this below, and we remember Arlene-Marie, the late Michigan Atheists director. She loved our community deeply.

Jase Heap, Executive Director
United Coalition of Reason

Iowa Atheists & Freethinkers Embraced at Community Event

Rory Moe
How did theists react to seeing banners asking to keep religion out of politics at their local farmer's market?

It's a big step up from nontheist signs being removed from buses in 2009.

Humanist Chaplain's Advice on Diversity

Susan M. Corbett
In this interview, Rutgers chaplain David Bryce Yaden gives his advice on handling diversity.

And get his secret to being a chaplain.

Central Coast CoR Maintains Mission Statement in the Face of Vandalism

Jase Heap
How should a nontheist group react when they are faced with vandalism?

A Tribute to Arlene-Marie

Deanna Cantrell
What inspired Arlene-Marie to devote her life to secular activism?

Read the life and times of Michigan Atheists director, gone but never forgotten.

Offensive Sign to be Removed from Texas Town

Why would Christians side with nontheists to take down a sign that says, Jesus Welcomes You to Hawkins?

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