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Ruth and Naomi

Ruth is one of the shortest books in the Old Testament—only 4 chapters long. It provides the bridge between the first seven books of the Bible, where the Israelites are freed of their bondage, their existence in darkness (Egypt), and the more glorious reigns of...

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Ruth and Naomi

Have You Thanked God Today?

Be Grateful Instead So often we think of "ask and ye shall receive" to mean that if we ask God for something material, we shall receive it. But almost as often, when we do ask God for something, we don't see it manifest in our lives. Why? First, we must separate...

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Thank You God

Easter

During Lent season, it was my pleasure to record the messages written by Charles Fillmore in his book Keep a True Lent. If you have not had a chance to listen to these messages, I encourage you to check them out, I found them to be quite inspirational. The...

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Easter

Gratitude

In 1830, Sarah Josepha Hale published a poem called “Mary’s Lamb.” We all know it today as “Mary Had a Little Lamb.” Now what in the world could a children's poem have to do with our month of gratitude? I'm so glad you asked!

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Gratitude

Going for Joy

One of the more involved activities I have undertaken this year is to realize, for myself, a new consciousness. A new realization of my relationship with God. I’ve already taken over a dozen Unity courses, I read dozens of books, I’ve watched hours and hours of...

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Going for Joy

Letting Go

One of the most popular phrases I hear is "when we get back to normal." I rarely jump in and disrupt whomever is speaking, but the truth is that NOW is what is normal. Normal never has been what is behind us, nor is it what is ahead. The reason so many long for a...

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Letting Go

The Next Chapter

Our congregation has truly been blessed to have amazing spirit-led souls lead us over the past 5 years. Rev John and Pastor Bonnie are truly inspired people whom we all love so dearly. Although today is a celebration of our past, it is also, of course, the first...

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The Next Chapter

Spiritual Mission

At some point in our lives, we make a conscious decision to feed our spiritual appetite. For some, it begins quite early. I know people who have always attended church and maintain a pretty religious regimen of prayer and Bible study. Others, like me, come to feed...

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Spiritual Mission

Compassionate Ego

Like you, I sometimes wake up in the morning and wonder what parallel universe I’m in. Did I just walk onto a science fiction movie set? And yet, as I’ve said before, this is a world of our own creation. That means, of course, that it’s up to us to fix this. Wait,...

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Compassionate Ego

Saul to Paul

It does seem as though we’re in a continual state of transition, doesn’t it? If the events of 2020 have emphasized any one thing, it’s that we are always moving from one state to another. This pandemic, the political climate, even the fact that we have an upcoming...

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Saul to Paul

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