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Make It Until We Faith It

Dearest Unity CommUnity,

In our biological families and global family; as I stated last Sunday, there are times when family members have differences of opinion. Families will completely stop talking to each other when the hurt and pain seems too much to reconcile. What everyone desires is to be seen, heard and loved. It is up to us to make the choice between fear and love. I invite you to join us this Sunday as we explore deeper my lesson title on how we can, “Make It Until We Faith It.”

Infinite Blessings,

Reverend Edith

 

The Activity of Love

Dearest Unity CommUnity,

Who do you love most in your life? Would this be love as a noun or love as a verb?

Often, we get them mixed up. Often, we want love in a way we define it, not necessarily one which is defined or understood by the person we recalled we love. If you are curious to discover the difference, I invite you to attend our service on Sunday. There, I will be talking about “The Activity of Love.” I look forward to seeing you then.

Infinite Blessings,

Reverend Edith

Grounded in Hope

Dearest Unity CommUnity,

Do you ever have times when you are thinking about something in the past or wondering about the future? I am certain, each of us are doing this often throughout each day. When this occurs, I invite you to take a breath and be in the present moment. Sunday is the first day of Advent. I invite you to focus on the spiritual qualities of faith and hope. How do these resonate with us when we are being pulled by the past or uneasy about what lies ahead?

I invite you to service on Sunday when Rev. Karla’s talk is on being “Grounded in Hope.”

A Thankful Heart

Dearest Unity CommUnity,

This is the time of the year we give thanks. Why are we giving thanks now when it is recommended for us to physically distance from our families on Thanksgiving? We are

called to be distanced from each other. Doing this increases our chances of remaining healthy even though it is NOT what we are accustomed to do. We are called to create new ways to connect AND to give thanks in many ways. I invite you to join us Sunday when Rev. Karla

Too Blessed to Be Stressed

Dearest Unity CommUnity,

Many of us have been under a tremendous amount of stress for the past eight months.

In Unity communities, we are asked to look beyond what is appearing. The opposite of stress is to relax. One way I suggest we do this anytime we notice we are experiencing stress is to take a gentle or deep breath. I invite you to attend our Sunday service where my lesson title is “Too Blessed to Be Stressed.”

Infinite Blessings,

Reverend Edith

Consciously Connected

Dearest Unity CommUnity,

There are times when we do not feel connected with people whom we care deeply about.

It might be a family member, a friend, an acquaintance or someone we have never met.

The one thing I know for sure is, we want to be connected. It is part of who we are as human beings. In these times of seeming separation, we can take action by doing our spiritual work. I invite you to join us Sunday when I give the lesson on being “Consciously Connected.”

Infinite Blessings,

Reverend Edith

 

Praying with a Purpose

Dearest Unity CommUnity,

Many people know how to pray. It may be a rote prayer we learned when we were children. It may be one we make up. I have spoken with many during this year who rarely prayed before but pray now. Some even get on their knees. Prayer can sooth any uneasiness about what is going on in our country. At this time, we may wonder what we can do. We can pray in our own way. You are invited to join me as I give you some insights on prayer. My sermon title is “Praying with a Purpose.”

Infinite Blessings,

Reverend Edith

 

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