by Deb Andrews
Presidents ponder their legacy from the moment they are elected. What will they be remembered for? What do they want to be remembered for? This may give powerful focus to the few short years they have to make a difference in the world. Planned or not, we all leave legacies – churches do, governments do, people do. What thought do we give to what we will leave behind and how we’d like to be remembered? This sermon will explore those questions and how thoughts to legacy shape the way we live.
Deb Andrews is a longtime member of the Fox Valley UU Fellowship, where she currently serves as lay minister. She enjoys writing essays, working with kids at the Neenah Library, long conversations, and walks around the neighborhood.