When the Divine is Bigger than My Thought

Rev. Martha Quintana. Senior Minister

When the Divine is Bigger than My Thought by Rev. Martha Quintana, Senior Minister There are times, in my human condition, I judge. I get mad and then I’m sorry. I grieve over the loss of loved ones, the passing of the eras of my life, and, sometimes, I grieve because I did not give myself certain opportunities. I scowl at bad drivers and, in the next instant, I turn up the radio to my favorite … Read More

Peace is My Benefit

Rev. Martha Quintana. Senior Minister

Peace is My Benefit by Rev. Martha Quintana, Senior Minister There is One Life and this Life is Perfect. This Life is the Calling to Itself to Create. It is the Call of Love in everything and everyone. It is the Yearning and the Fulfillment. It is All There Is. One Life. One Love. One Perfect Fulfillment. I am one with that Perfect Life. Life had a thought and I was born. It had a … Read More

One Reality

Marylyn Kirk, RScP

One Reality by Marylyn Kirk, RScP There is only one reality, the reality of Love. That love is everywhere present. I know this love to be in the smallest child, the wisest person, in the fish and birds, animals and mountains. Love is in every situation and circumstance that is present in my life and in the lives of all. This Love is available to all and is in the seen and the unseen, the … Read More

Prayer of Peace

Kamatara Johnson, RScP

Prayer of Peace by Kamatara Johnson, RScP “Peace is the result of retraining your mind to process life as it is, rather than as you think it should be.” —Wayne W. Dyer I turn inward in this moment to raise my awareness of the One Loving Source, that Divine Essence that animates all of life. In this beautiful city, seeing the mountains, the pink clouds, the sunrise that backlights the hot air balloons and the birds … Read More

The Light and Life of Joy

Rev. Martha Quintana. Senior Minister

The Light and Life of Joy by Rev. Martha Quintana, Senior Minister “I thought that my voyage had come to its end, that the path before me was closed, that provisions were exhausted and the time had come to take shelter in a silent obscurity. But I find that Thy will knows no end in me, and when old words die out on the tongue, new melodies break forth from the heart, and where the … Read More