John Hartman Video Click to Watch:
Greg Wade Speaks in the Brazos Valley:
Dr. Fred Nafukho, head of TAMU Dept. of Educational Administration and Human Development, has been studying and writing about emotional intelligence for 12 years. Emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive and monitor our own and others’ emotions as a guide in understanding and responding to them. In addition to an intelligence quotient, or IQ, … [Read more…]
The autumn season is finally upon us, with shorter days and increasingly cooler weather – finally! That’s part of Rev. Gena’s talk this Sunday: “The Tipping Point: the Large Power of Little Thing…s.” We often think that it’s the big things, actions, and events in our lives that are the most significant. But often it’s … [Read more…]
Hello dear Unity Community: In this time of difficulty, we think of those suffering in Boston and here in Texas. We help through our spiritual work and send our prayers for comfort, healing, and peace. My talk this coming Sunday April 21st is “Meditation is not what you think.” We have a meditation time in … [Read more…]
Spring is definitely here – all the trees are alive again after seeming death, and the days are longer and brighter. The word April means “to open.” And we see that opening in all the leaf buds and blossoms as they open in this greater warmth. My talk this Sunday is “Shift Can Happen.” We … [Read more…]
Our friend Barbara Symons will be back to share her wisdom and insights. The topic of her talk is: EMBRACING YOUR DIVINITY.
I’m speaking this Sunday, January 20th on the topic: “The Pre-Prayed Life.” I look forward to seeing you. Blessings, Rev. Gena
This Sunday, January 6th, I’m going to do the Visioning process (from Michael Beckwith). This is a proven method for enlarging and manifesting a congregation – or any project. I want to continue to do this at least once a month. We’ll follow with a discussion of our vision and thoughts for Unity Spiritual Center … [Read more…]
Rev. Gena’s talk this Sunday December 2nd. will be: “Come Home for the Holidays.” Please joins us for our 10:30 am service.