This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from Bishop Carlton Pearson, progressive spiritual teacher, leader and peace agent. Bishop Pearson will be our first November speaker this Sunday, November 2nd, as we begin a new theme “The Grateful Heart” in our Building the beLOVEd Community series.
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements.
Don Miguel Ruiz’s son, don Jose Ruiz, will be at Bodhi on Wednesday, October 29th at 7p to share from his new book, My Friend the Rattlesnake. The event will be geared toward an audience of teens and young adults who are seeking more direction and support in life’s challenges. Like his father before him, Jose has dedicated his life to sharing the ancient Toltec wisdom by translating it into practical, everyday life concepts that promote transformation.
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from Edwene Gaines, author of The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity, who will be speaking at Bodhi’s Sunday Celebration Service on October 26th at 10 a.m.
Is prosperity measured in things accumulated? Or is it a way of thinking? This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from Eric Butterworth, author of Spiritual Economics—the oft-quoted text from Rev. Darrell Jones’s message last Sunday, “Where’s Your Attention?”
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from John Lennon whose thought is a beautiful reminder of Oneness—that God “is something in all of us.”
“I believe in God, but not as one thing, not as an old man in the sky. I believe that what people call God is something in all of us. I believe that what Jesus and Mohammed and Buddha and all the rest said was right. It’s just that the translations have gone wrong.”
— John Lennon
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from Mahatma Gandhi about the harmony of happiness. Your thoughts, words and actions … are they in harmony?
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom is pulled from Rev. McDowell’s most recent Sunday message on forgiveness—an act of letting go, he points out, that can “unclog” your spirituality.
Do you ever find yourself downsizing your requests in prayer because you feel they’re too big, too much, too great? This week’s #MondayMotivation from St. Teresa of Avila reminds us to unabashedly ask for great things—the Universe wants to deliver them!
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from Rev. Johnnie Colemon, founder of Chicago’s Christ Universal Temple and often referred to as the First Lady of the New Thought Christian Community.
Listen to a classic message from 1998 by Rev. Colemon, “It Works If You Work It”—full of her humor and insight—in which she talks about prosperity, divine inheritance and achieving your dreams.