Gary Canier opens his toolbox in this talk and pulls out the spiritual tools he has found useful in his life journey.
He lights a candle for meditation and brings out an inspirational book. He grabs a hat and snorkel to talk about the importance of going outside and experiencing life and the divine in people, animals and natural beauty....Read more
Margie Hyatt celebrates the first day of Advent, the coming of Christmas, with an exploration of how we can deepen our awareness of the Christ energy within us.
Margie Hyatt, LUT, asserts that she knows three things about each and every one of us: who we truly are; why we are here; and how we can successfully deal with the circumstances of our lives.
Margie Hyatt, LUT, uses the acronym OOMPA to talks about the five key teachings of the Unity movement that help us to live from the power of God within us. And then she acknowledges the “Yeah, but” thoughts we have that always want to argue with the truth.
Rev. Sky St. John appears as a French waiter in The Restaurant of Life, a hilarious allegory about one of the most profound spiritual principles. In this restaurant we can order anything we want because we have a rich Father with deep pockets.
Rev. Sky St. John celebrates the Indian holiday of Diwali, the Festival of Lights, by showing its spiritual significance for all of us.
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On the June 2013 Aloha Sunday, Nicole Nakamatsu and Charles Degala graced us with a performance of “Lovely Hula Hands.” See the video…
Sunday, November 6, 2011:
In celebration of Veterans’ Day, Rev. Sky St. John honors service and those who have committed their talents, abilities, hearts, and sometimes their lives for a better nation and world.
by Vicky Edmonds
by James Dillet Freeman
Dealing with loss and tragedy
September 11, 2011
In the midst of crisis, there exist lessons, difficult though they may be to discern. This Sunday, Rev. Sky St. John helps us to reveal and embrace those lessons. With special video extras of Rev. Sky St. John, vocalist Nadine Risha, and poet Vicky Edmonds.