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Hummingbird and flower

As a spiritual world leader you are called to be a change agent. Change agents know that everything has its price. You must choose between something you are comfortable with and something you want to have. Now, with COVID-19 all of humanity is collectively being given the opportunity to be global change agents. Remember that creativity is our secret weapon to ...

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Rhonda and Serenity

Anam Cara Stables is nestled in a country setting within LaPorte County, Indiana. These are not just any stables in a country setting, but an equine therapeutic facility where horses help with healing. This specialized modality has helped those whom have experienced brain injuries, PTSD or other emotional traumas.

Anam Cara literally ...

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Listening to Smile

Greetings Dear Ones,

I trust this message finds each of you well or at least doing your very best in these challenging times. Everyone has been challenged by this pandemic in different ways. It is causing each person to go deeper within for peace, yet many of us are still struggling to find such peace. Some are even asking will I ever experience it again?

Even ...

Written by: Rev. Dr. Tarasa B. Lovick, PhD | Posted on: | Category:

purple wood anemone

Following the Vision of Your Soul Leads to Discernment

Since the harmonic convergence, the focus of spiritual leaders has been to create a new reality for humanity. Now more than ever, we have the opportunity to put this awareness into practice. Multidimensional awareness of higher consciousness is teetering. Currently, humanity mostly exist in third dimensional greed and narcissism ...

Written by: Rev. Linda M. Rhinehart Neas | Posted on:

Bald Eagle in Flight

I have a great affinity for eagles. Since early childhood, I admired their strength and beauty. Eagles, in many cultures, have traditionally been associated with the Creator. So, it is no wonder that, for me, eagles are connected to ministering.

Typically at this time of year, many people feel exhausted. Winter is almost over, but not quite. This year that feeling ...

Written by: Reverend Kurt Fondriest | Posted on: | Category:

The Great Grandmother Rocking Chair of Creation

Picture: The Great Grandmother Rocking Chair of Creation

I started my 35 years journey as a New Thought minister in the field of Expressive Art Therapy working with individuals who are living with both cognitive and physical disabilities. Art offers a voice for all. It is a language which is universal. It speaks ...

Written by: Rev. Elizabeth Ann Levy | Posted on: | Category:

Rev. Elizabeth and Friend

Helping to save and place pets and animals has been a very rewarding part of my ministry since 2006.

Along with officiating at weddings, baby blessings, and memorial services, and participating in group sacred dance performances and teaching bellydance at a senior center, discovering how I could find a way to help with animal rescue has added even more meaning and value ...

Written by: Rev. Linda Rhinehart Neas | Posted on: | Category:

Rev. Susanna Collage

Rev. L: I am so blessed today to interview World AWAKE's very own Rev. Susanna Stefanachi Macomb. Rev. Susanna lives in New York and is a graduate of both the New Seminary and the All Faiths Seminary International.

Welcome, Rev. Susanna! To begin, could you share a bit about what drew you to ministry?

Rev. S: Thank you, ...

Written by: Rev. Tarasa B. Lovick | Posted on: | Category:

Encounter with God

Poem: One from her book entitled, Encounter with God

Fulfillment of self is the ultimate embodiment.
There is only the ONE who can love you;
the one who receives you exactly as you are.
The giver is the greatest gift.
If you push your self from self awareness,
you push your self away from God within you.
Opposing nothing, ...

Written by: Rev. Linda M. Rhinehart Neas, M.Ed. | Posted on:

Connolly Barracks, Longford, Ireland

The New Year is here and in a few days, Christians around the world will observe what some call "Little Christmas" - the Feast of the Epiphany - Three Kings Day. In searching for ideas for a sermon I am giving soon, I came across this poem written by Rev. Howard Thurman. The message, I believe, is universal. Not simply for Christians but for people ...

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