This talk focuses on embracing the natural rhythm of nature. How would our lives be if we were not resisting or fighting against what is? As fall arrives it is a time of harvest and taking time to rest.
When anything occurs in our lives that does not fit the paradigm of good happens, we call it bad and have thoughts about how bad it is, which creates feelings of sadness, anger, disappointment, frustration, embarrassment, shame, or blame. In this talk, Rev.
This talk asks us to look at the masks and roles we wear in our lives. Who have you come here to be? How to honor the kingdom within ourselves?
How many of you hear the words or phrases: bylaws, stewardship, tithing, or board of directors and want to run for the hills? How many of you hear the words or phrases: bylaws, stewardship, tithing, or board of directors and want to run for the hills? Rev.
Good old days is a cliché in popular culture. It is used to reference a time considered to mean a time in the past when you believe life was better than the now moment. It is a form of nostalgia which can reflect homesickness or yearning for long-gone moments.
Have you ever wondered about who or what God is? This talk invites you to look at your indoctrinated beliefs and expectations of God. Imagine being part of a jury that has to find God guilty or innocent of charges brought against it.
In this time in our society we are on the precipice of great change. It can feel overwhelming figuring out what are our next steps. Rev. Sheree reminds us that our 5th principle says: through our thoughts, words, and actions; we live the truth we know.
Rev. Sheree discusses the process of change and uses the understanding of family systems to help us navigate during a time of transition. In the mist of transitions the overriding feelings often gets distilled into the ideology that many things around us are changing.