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“Every great tragedy forms a fertile soil in which a great recovery can take root and blossom…but only if you plant the seeds.” ~Steve Maraboli

Doing the Next Good Thing.

November 30, 2017

 
This Sunday we are blessed to have Kirsten Bolton share her incredible journey leading up to the award of a Habitat for Humanity home. Her story is filled with faith and light, trust and persistence, synchronicity and hope. Kirsten and her daughter Evalyn have been lights in our Unity community for a long time; we have been gifted many times, too, with Kirsten’s heartfelt music-sharing. Sunday she will speak about some of her recent spiritual life lessons.

 

 

In addition, we will light the 1st candle in the Advent Wreath, the Candle of Hope; the Unity band will do “Our House” and “Lean on Me”; and Kristi Nay will sing Martina McBride’s song, “Anyway.”

 

 

It is going to be another wonderful and soul-nurturing Sunday!

 

 

In love,

Peggy

 

 

Quote for Reflection:

“Hope can be learned with practice. Certain attitudes support it. One is patience, an ability to tolerate delays, a willingness to let events unfold in their own time. The other is courage, an attitude of confidence even when facing the unknown. A third is persistence, the determination to keep going no matter what happens. We have hope when we can say, all will be well,
and we mean it.”  (spiritualityandpractice.com)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peggy Christiansen is the Spiritual Leader at Unity of Fort Collins. She has over 25 years of ministry experience working with diverse populations, a M.Div. from San Francisco Theological Seminary, and a special interest in helping people find and/or develop their unique spiritual paths. Listen to podcasts of her Sunday talks.