Our focus on this second Sunday in Advent is peace. Based on his words, actions and teachings, the Babe of Bethlehem was known as the Prince of Peace.
December is upon us, the time when we embark on our own spiritual journey to Christmas and celebrate the birth of Yeshua, our Teacher.
“You mean I should be thankful for that disaster in my life?!” “You really shouldn’t have …. .” Perfunctory “thanks” or big, bold heartfelt “WOW!
The season of celebrations is nearly upon us, making now an ideal time to cut through the minutiae and madness of the holidays to focus on what’s most deeply and profoundly important.
Did you know you have a BFF that will help shore up your health and energy?!
Healing is possible! Regardless of the prognosis, wholeness is our birthright! We consider the spiritual practice of meditation as well as myriad medical options available to us, and they aren’t
There is a New Testament story in which Yeshua affects the amazing healing of a man who had been ill and disabled for 38 years.
Last Sunday we initiated our month-long focus on healing with a unique service of healing music and chants, healing affirmations, and practitioners who offered their healing hands.