10:00 am Meditation Service
10:30 am Celebration Service
10:15 - 11:45 Youth Church
Jim Lockard is an author, speaker, coach, and ordained minister with Centers for Spiritual Living. He has a BA in Criminal Justice, an MA in Public Administration, and an Honorary Doctorate in Religious Science. He has worked in law enforcement, and as a consultant for a variety of organizations in the public and private sectors. He is also an Edgewalker Coach, and a Certified Spiritual Intelligence Coach with Deep Change, a network of Leadership Development Consultants focusing on the development of specific skills related to the ability to act with wisdom and compassion while maintaining inner and outer peace (equanimity), regardless of the circumstances.
This Sunday morning talk is part of a Leadership Development Weekend with Jim!
Creating the Beloved Community Workshop
Register here for $149
Friday, January 24, 7-9pm
Light supper, meet-and-greet, opening presentation.
Saturday, January 25, 9am - 4pmWorkshop on Cultural Evolution, its effects on spiritual community, and how community leaders can best respond to these changes. Lunch included.
Register here for $35
Sunday, January 26, 12:30-3:30pmWorkshop on mastering our response to change. Learn about the actions, behaviors and skills that help individuals and organizations function on the leading edge. Light lunch included.
The Principles of Successful Living
There is a Power for good in the Universe equally available to all. In order to most effectively use this Power we develop our faith in It, as well as our capacity to live a more authentic and successful life. There is no where to begin but right where we are, it simply calls for our willingness. As we develop a greater understanding of the Law, and how it works we become ever more successful.
"The Power of Thought"
"In the Beginning, God"
The Annual Burning Bowl Ceremony
The Holiday Season and the solstice in the northern hemisphere is about wholeness, hope and the return of the sun, the return of the light into our experience. Are you letting it in?
Anais Nin wrote, “We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.” Do you see yourself as complete, whole, perfect, as you are? Do you let yourself experience that Wholeness?
What “It” in your life are you done with, and yet still hold onto? Since so much is in fact done, asking and answering the question, “Why am I holding onto this?” can free up space in life and liberate you into your next “yet-to-be.”