Editor’s Note: Patrick McNamara was president of the YOU (Youth of Unity) chapter at Unity of Independence, Mo., for 2 years (2002-2004). He was also the chair of the International YOU (IYOU) Restructuring Committee which met
While attending the Unity People’s Convention last June 2016, those who know me as having served in Youth and Family Ministry for over 20 years would come up to me and ask, “What’s new in children’s and teen ministry?”
My family was drawn to Unity after my husband Wayne experienced a Celebration of Life service and how that particular family dealt with the loss of their loved one. We knew nothing about Unity beliefs. When we arrived, our hearts
Above, left to right: Eric Matoni with 2013 IYAs Justin Norman, Chloe Scarborough and Macy Stevens In 2012, LoveLight (a program of The Light Center, Baldwin, Kansas) was in South Africa serving the community of Riviersonderend.
At Unity Spiritual Center Denver, Colo., we celebrate a multigenerational community. We have some active members who have been an integral part of this ministry for decades. They have enjoyed times of thriving, and they have
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could touch the lives of the children and families in our community that need love and support? Could we interact with our neighbors from a place of conscious intention, understanding that every
Take the time to watch Church Mutual’s latest video, Preventing Youth and Child Sex Abuse to learn ways to protect children and teens in your center from becoming victims of sexual abuse. This excellent video is recommended
There are many different ways to classify a book. By title, by author, by genre, etc. The best way to classify Grant Overstake’s book Maggie Vaults Over the Moon would be by the feeling the reader gets when he or she reads it.
There are particular books that speak profoundly to a reader’s heart, more often than not because that heart resonates with the heart of the writer. In my case, the book Sacred Ground: Pluralism, Prejudice and the Promise of