Finding Our Second Wind
As Unitarian Universalists, we are constantly at work to be on the right side of issues and the right side of history.  Being socially and religiously progressive has its benefits, but it can also be exhausting.  It is vitally important that we tap into our spiritual resources to find strength when we feel emotionally and spiritually drained.
Clint Tawes, a devoted father and passionate educator, has led a diverse career. Formerly ordained as a Pentecostal minister, he later found his spiritual home in Unitarian Universalism. Clint recently relocated to Summerville, SC, where he now resides and works as an English teacher at C.E. Williams Middle School in Charleston. He is deeply connected to his heritage as a citizen of the Edisto Natchez-Kusso Indian Tribe and was recently elected to serve on the tribe's governing Council. Clint holds a B.A. in English from the College of Charleston and an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Georgia Southern University. Currently, he is pursuing a Master of Divinity at Chicago Theological Seminary.