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Sunday, October 26, 2014

October 26: The Resurrection of the Christ Within

Reasoning by Pastor Sherry Petro-Surdel

Paramahansa Yogananda, founder of the Self-Realization fellowship in Los Angeles, wrote two volumes on the The Resurrection of the Christ Within. His intention was to present the real Christ teachings as they pertain to becoming Christ-like by resurrecting the Eternal Christ within. He reminds us that Christ consciousness as well as the Bible do not belong exclusively to any one religion. Truth is meant for the blessing and uplifting of the entire human race. “As the Christ Consciousness is universal, so does Jesus Christ belong to all.”

The Resurrection of the Christ Within

Sunday, October 19, 2014

October 19: Without Judgment

Reasoning by Pastor Sherry Petro-Surdel

Very few other topics seem to have the interest and level of difficulty not only in understanding but in the ability to live a non-judgmental life. Pastor Sherry has received requests to speak more on judgment – It certainly is a human common denominator. Enlightened ones of all ages have taught the importance of living a nonjudgmental life. This Reasoning will shine more light on this process.

Without Judgment

Sunday, October 12, 2014

October 12: My Shamanic Journey

Reasoning by Pastor Sherry Petro-Surdel

It is always an amazing journey for Pastor Sherry when she goes to Costa Rica. She returns with certain wisdoms that seem to only come while visiting her son and being in this beautiful environment. She has plans to spend time with the Shaman who was featured in the movie, The Blue Butterfly, which was filmed not far from her son’s farm.

My Shamanic Journey

Sunday, October 5, 2014

October 5: That Still Small Voice

Reasoning by Reverend Pamela Chappell

Whatever made us think that God stopped talking two thousand years ago? Or have just not been listening? This talk will be a free introduction to Pamela's L.I.G.H.T. workshop on developing intuition, October 17, 18, and 25. All are welcome.

That Still Small Voice