Ever Experience ‘Divine Delay’?

There is a great Divine Order in the universe, and when we are aligned with it we tend to operate by a cosmic clock that keeps perfect timing. We can relax and surrender knowing that “to everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under heaven.” There…

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With God, Healing is Possible

Unity began with the fulfillment of a healing need. In the spring of 1886, Myrtle Fillmore was dying of tuberculosis, when she heard a lecturer by the name of Dr. Eugene B. Weeks. Trained by Emma Curtis Hopkins, one of the foremost metaphysicans of the time, Dr. Weeks came from…

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Comedy, Consciousness & Creativity

A prosperity consciousness invites creativity, while a lack consciousness inhibits it. We move into lack thinking whenever negative, fearful thoughts consume us. So we first have to let our fears go by relaxing and centering ourselves in Spirit. We release, we let go and we let God, turning our worries…

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The Healing Power of the Arts

Imagination is a complex subject, and one aspect of it is about the power of art and honoring artists. It is amazing how the arts always get cut first in school and community programs. And yet the arts invoke imagination and are the way by which we heal our personal…

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Be a Bridge-Builder

Dan Reynolds

I recently watched the HBO Documentary Believer, which is a name of one of the hit songs of the rock group “Imagine Dragons.” Dan Reynolds, the lead singer, is a Mormon who decided to fight for LGBTQ rights in Utah through a concert called Love Loud that he created last…

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What Will You Do Today?

Each day is an opportunity for amazing creativity! What will I do today? Will I do what I do every day, performing my various rituals of getting dressed in the morning, and going off to do whatever it is I usually do…? Or will I choose something slightly different today?…

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Pray. It works!

This has been a difficult week in our country and also in my life personally. I’m still in some grief over my brother’s passing, and several other family issues came up. It’s nothing earth-shattering, but just more stress added to the mix. And yet it pales when compared with the…

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A Long Way from the Kingdom of God

Mark 10:13-16 tells of Jesus speaking about children. It reads: And they were bringing children to Him, that He might touch them; and the disciples rebuked them. But when Jesus saw it he was indignant, and said to them, “Let the children come to me. Do not hinder them; for…

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Father’s Day

Fathers’ Day can bring up a lot of feelings for us. We have all had different relationships with “father.” Some have been close to their dad, others have been distant, and some have grown up without the presence of a father at all. One thing we all share is that…

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Open Yourself to More Fun & Joy

Rev. Kathy McCall

This Sunday is our Comedy Concert with Jonas Sills and Friends. I think it takes divine audacity to attempt comedy, whether it’s through speaking, singing, or writing. It means taking a risk to step out in confidence, knowing that things can go either way. I know I could never be…

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