This Sunday, July 20
Nicholas Griffin, Ph.D.
Many folk have been brought up in an atmosphere of universal guilt, perhaps because of religious belief. Is this necessary or healthy, or may we celebrate our lives more freely and joyously?...Read more
Dr. Nicholas leads us on a tour of tithing, from ancient times to modern spiritual principles. Through some wonderful stories, he demonstrates how we can give–out of the abundance of life itself.
Dr. Griffin explores visions of freedom from Moses to St. Paul to the founding fathers of the U.S., to Martin Luther King. All of them saw that what we do with freedom is what matters.
“E hua ‘iika maka o ka ihe.”
“Break off the point of the spear.”
Jesus and others have shown that non-resistance is an option for us to pursue in the face of aggression and the desire to retaliate with force.
We have all had experiences that led us to feel like victims. But Nicholas demonstrated that we don’t have to be victims…
What is your credo, your heart-felt statement of beliefs that you can really pin your hopes on?
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