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  • The Nakedness of Leadership

    Inspiring and developing Unity leaders and ministries brings to mind the tool of affirmative prayer, and our third principle aligned with a single vision. (“Thoughts held in mind produce after their kind.”) This becomes

    November 9, 2017 • Building Community, Inspiration • Views: 519

  • Book Review: Attract the Love of Your Life

    Attract the Love of Your Life: The Four Crucial Points of Clarity for Practical Manifestation Written by Rev Evelyn Foreman, Review by Rev Diana Kennedy Are you ready for your soulmate? As a single woman who is open and ready to

    October 23, 2017 • Inspiration • Views: 424

  • “Where There Is Ruin, There Is Treasure”

    “No one would blame you if you quit,” my roommate said, after I’d returned to Unity Village after another family funeral. I was in my last term at Unity Institute when the unthinkable happened: my 9-year-old grandson was

    October 11, 2017 • Inspiration • Views: 1587

  • The Pursuit of Happiness?

    The pursuit of happiness is not fulfilled by the freedom to express hate. Hate is a derivative of fear. One hates what one deems an enemy—that which one fears will somehow hurt them or diminish them. Hate is an aspect of the

    September 11, 2017 • Inspiration • Views: 969

  • Rev Helice Greene: Responding to the Call

    An Interview with Rev Helice Greene by Rev Sandy Diamond Rev Helice Greene was always drawn to “spiritual things” and “things of nature.” “I had a very mystical mother,” she said, as we began our interview time on

    August 16, 2017 • Inspiration • Views: 952

  • Spotlight on Rev Molly Rockey

    An interview by Rev Sandy Diamond with Rev Molly Rockey, Unity of the Oaks, Thousand Oaks, Calif. I had not had the privilege of meeting Rev Molly Rockey before our phone interview earlier this year. But you know how you meet

    July 6, 2017 • From UWM, Inspiration • Views: 1316

  • Book Review: You Can’t Sleep Through Your Awakening

    You Can’t Sleep Through Your Awakening by Rev Jane Simmons, reviewed by Rev Diana Kennedy Jane Simmons has a way with words. You know this to be true if you have read her books I of the Storm for Teens or Who Have You Come Here

    May 31, 2017 • Inspiration • Views: 1152

  • Book Review: Peoples Anonymous

    In Peoples Anonymous: Twelve-Steps to Heal Your Life, author Lane W reveals a powerful and purposeful guide that, if followed—pardon the term—religiously, will direct the “follower” to a greater level of expression,

    May 17, 2017 • Inspiration, Savvy Services • Views: 872

  • The Ministry of Change

    Whether we realize it or not, we are all ministers of change—in our personal lives, from the pulpit, or in whatever capacity we may be leading from. Every day, we experience change in our own lives or witness it affect someone

    April 24, 2017 • Building Community, Inspiration • Views: 3146

  • Yoga as a Path of Self Discovery and Self-Care

    Do you ever feel like you are running on empty, grabbing for an energy drink and yet feeling depleted? Are your shoulders tight and your schedule jam packed? Do you barely have time to breathe between a conference call and

    April 17, 2017 • Inspiration • Views: 914