In the Coen Brothers’ film O Brother, Where Art Thou? set in the 1930s, Governor “Pappy” O’Daniel is running for re-election. As he enters a radio station, one of his aids asks him if he has given up
Connect—Share—Serve If you are on social media, and you are not learning, not laughing, not being inspired or not networking, then you are using it wrong.―Germany Kent (journalist, author, actress, businesswoman, model,
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
I still remember my very first day working in a Unity spiritual community. I’d just been hired as volunteer coordinator at Unity of Houston, Texas, after spending a decade in a very corporate job at a huge financial
In the fall of 2015, I hit the wall. You know the one—the wall ministers hit when they are ready to call it quits. I hit it hard, and it hurt all the way to my soul. I was exhausted—physically, emotionally and spiritually.
“Wow, everything on the service today worked so well together!” We often get comments like this after service on Sunday. We receive these comments because our music director and I have planned the music months ahead of time.
On an October afternoon in 2016 I (Sandy Diamond, SD) picked up the phone to call Rev Pat Williamson (PW) and just as I was dialing, the electricity went out at my office. Quickly I got my cell phone and placed the call from