GUEST SPEAKERS:

April 7, 2019:
Maxine Alexander, LUT

April 14, 2019:
Rev. Barbara Schreiner-Trudel

April 21, 2019:
Christina Brighton, LUT

April 28, 2019:
TBD


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Living the First Principle
By Benjamin Jamison Unity Magazine

Karen Armstrong was born in England to an Irish family and became a Catholic nun at 18. She left the convent in 1969, later writing a memoir about the physical and psychological abuse she endured during her seven years there, and eventually became became a broadcaster and noted religious historian. In 2008 Armstrong won a $100,000 TED Prize to launch the Charter for Compassion, an international call to follow the Golden Rule. Leading scholars and thinkers from the world’s major religions collaborated on its pledge after 150,000 people in 180 countries offered suggestions. The charter was unveiled in 2009. More than 400 cities in 50 countries have signed on, as have almost 1,600 partner organizations (including Unity) in 10 sectors, such as art, business, education, environment, health care, religion,spiritual,interfaith communities, and more. Armstrong recently spoke with Unity Magazine editor Katy Koontz about why compassion is more crucial than ever...

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Listening in With Karen Armstrong
By Katy Koontz, Unity Magazine

Karen Armstrong was born in England to an Irish family and became a Catholic nun at 18. She left the convent in 1969, later writing a memoir about the physical and psychological abuse she endured during her seven years there, and eventually became became a broadcaster and noted religious historian. Armstrong recently spoke with Unity Magazine editor Katy Koontz about why compassion is more crucial than ever

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The Multifaceted Face of God
By Rev. Nhien Dougherty, Unity Magazine

Rev. Nhien Dougherty, Unity Minister and expert on the Enneagram, extolls the virtues of learning to read this sacred map of our true selves. All roads lead to the same destination...the Divine...

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Listening in With Michael Singer
By Katy Koontz, Unity Magazine

Michael Singer has lived through incredible highs (founding a billion-dollar health systems company, appearing on Oprah, and writing two New York Times best-sellers) and challenging lows (getting divorced in his mid-20s, having his Ph.D. dissertation rejected, and being indicted for, and ultimately cleared of, accounting fraud). But to him, none of those events is particularly good or bad. Any reaction that arises he merely notices and then releases, like watching mist dissipate. He insists that what matters, what’s real, is not his personal self and his story but the observer who watches it all unfold, the eternal, divine, and blissful soul who is his real identity. Here, Singer talks with Unity Magazine editor Katy Koontz about the practice of letting go and enjoying the ride, no matter the bumps in the road, traffic snarls, and detours beyond our comfort zone...

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Listening in With Iyanla Vanzant
By Katy Koontz, Unity Magazine

Iyanla Vanzant knows a thing or two about what it takes to change your life. Coming from a background that included abuse and violence, she earned a law degree on her way to becoming a popular spiritual life coach and inspirational speaker known for her humor and straight-shooting style. She’s hosted a handful of television programs (one of which won an Emmy) and has written several best-selling books, all designed to teach others how to change their lives too. One potent key, she says in her most recent book, Get Over It! (Hay House, 2018), is shifting negative thought patterns. Here, Vanzant talks to Unity Magazine editor Katy Koontz about how she discovered Unity, embraced her true calling, and developed a healing practice she calls thought therapy...

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