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Rev. Rhonda Schienle

Rev. Linda: Greetings, Rev. Rhonda! I am so thrilled to have this opportunity to interview you for our blog. To start, could you tell us a little about how you came to be an Interfaith minister?

Rev. Rhonda: Thank you Rev. Linda for this delightful interview. There are many fellow Ministers who have shared with me that becoming ordained ...

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Saint Baume, France

Reposted with permission from Linda Burns' Blog

This summer I had the extraordinary opportunity to travel with Flo Aeveia Magdalena and twelve fellow travelers to the south of France; to walk the path of Mary Magdalene where she lived and taught. I had a life changing experience when our group was asked by Magdalene ...

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Rita Owen

We are so excited to have the first of what I hope will be many interviews of one of our members. I welcome Rita Owen, a Spiritual Coach and Angel Reader. Her passion has always been to help people get out of their own way. She is a firm believer that no matter what you have been through you can live an extraordinary life. Rita can channel messages from the Angels. Her spiritual gifts have allowed ...

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God Messages><

I am a believer in signs and messages. I love taking long walks and usually take my camera with me, capturing some amazing photos.

For instance, once, I headed up North Main Street to find a heart-shaped knot in the base of a tree. I felt like it was a message from Above, saying, “Psst, Linda, you are loved.” I mean, it’s not every day you find something like this, so it must ...

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"If we wish to free ourselves from enslavement, we must choose freedom and the responsibility this entails."
~ Leo Buscaglia

Many years ago, when I first began my search for those who believed that the world could be a better place, I found a book by Leo Buscaglia. His book, Born for Love, nearly jumped off the shelf into my hands. The minute I saw the title, ...

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The Call of the Mourning Dove><

On May 20,2019, Wipf and Stock Publishers, through their Imprint, Resource Publications, released my latest book, The Call of the Mourning Dove: How Sacred Sound Awakens Mystical Unity. It is a slightly edited version of my thesis written in fulfillment ...

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"Faith sustains us in the hour when reason tells us that we cannot continue, that the whole of our whole lives is without meaning...Faith and reason are the shoes on your feet. You can travel further with both than you can with just one...That's all that faith requires. That we surrender ourselves to the possibility of hope. For that I'm content." J. Michael Straczynski ...

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Winter Dove><

As I was flipping through my photos, I came upon one I took after a dove landed outside the window one cold February morning, cooing softly. I remember that at that moment, I felt the dove’s appearance was a visible sign that Spirit, most often portrayed as a dove, was with me. Finding that photo on a gorgeous spring day, I knew Spirit was calling me to write.

When I attended ...

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Green Pastures><

"There is a spiritual hunger in the world today - and it cannot be satisfied by material things alone." ~ Adlai Stevenson

The quote above spoken by Stevenson in 1956 during his acceptance speech for the presidential candidacy of the Democratic Party, is as true today as it was then. Stevenson, the renowned statesman and ambassador to the United Nations, ...

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The history of words fascinates me. Take the word “icon” for instance. Icon comes from the Greek eikon - "likeness, image, portrait; image in a mirror; a semblance, phantom image." (Online Etymology Dictionary) Who knew there were so many meanings?!

I had always understood an icon to be an image painted on wood (usually) of a figure or event of religious ...

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