Join Rev. Melanie as we explore the issue of doubt – a step on the path to faith. You don’t need to fear it or even resist it – it might be the herald of a greater awakening on your spiritual path. Enjoy!
“Faith without deeds is dead.” In order to create something, we must not only focus our intention, but also take action in the direction we are intending.
“Get on Your Feet” words and music by John DeFaria, Clay Ostwald & Jorge Casas.
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Wishing may not make it so, but we still have the means to co-create our good in this abundant universe. How do we live in the “flow” of what Religious Science founder Ernest Holmes called “the power of good?” Listen as Rev. Melanie explores the impact of belief combined with committed action to summon into our lives the joy, abundance and success available to us.
Enjoy John Stringer’s wonderful performance at One World! We were so grateful to have John back with us!
Visit John’s website to learn more about him and purchase his music.
Join Rev. Sydney as she explores the history and tradition of Kwanzaa, celebrated from Dec. 26 through January 1. Learn about the seven principles celebrated during this holiday, so applicable to all of us as we progress on our spiritual paths.
Enjoy this playlist of music celebrating winter solstice, also known as Yule. Notice how many of the songs have been adapted between the pagan and Christian faiths and how similar the messages are between the two. At the time when pagans are celebrating the rebirth of the “sun” and the light returning, Christians celebrate the birth of the “Son of God” who they say came to light the way.
Although much is known about Christianity in American culture and globally, pagan holidays and beliefs are often not well understood and even misunderstood. However, both pagan and Christian traditions are intended to light the way of a life of peace, love and joy.
Click here for more information about Solstice (also known as Yule).