This Sunday, November 29, we conclude our series on Rev. Edwene Gaines’ great book The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity and celebrate the start of Advent. “This week we will look at the principal of finding our Divine purpose. When we find it and act on it, we see new prosperity flow to us,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous says.
This Sunday begins Advent and we are focusing on Faith.
On November 22, we continue our series on The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity. The series is based on a wonderful book by the same name which was written by Unity Minister Rev. Edwene Gaines. “This week we are looking at the law of forgiveness. We will feel unworthy of true prosperity and all that God wants for us until we have done our forgiveness work— and that includes forgiveness of ourselves,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous says. Copies of the book can be obtained by going to amazon.com.
We are continue our series on The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity. The series is based on a great book by the same name, which was written by Unity Minister Rev. Edwene Gaines.
“This week we are looking at the law of goal setting. If you don’t have clear goals aligned with Spirit, then the windows of heaven might open up to bless you with a ton of resources and opportunities—but these advantages most often will be lost or squandered,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous warns.
Copies of the book can be obtained by going to amazon.com.
We are starting a new four-part Sunday series entitled The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity. The series is based on a great book by the same name, which was written by Unity Minister Rev. Edwene Gaines. “This series and book provide a simple and realistic guide to unlimited abundance. It turns out that a key way to get is to give,” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous notes. Copies of the book can be obtained by going to amazon.com.service.
At this service Rev. Rick will conclude our series on Lauren Casper’s wonderful book Loving Well In A Broken World. We will look at how we can be loving online when cyberspace can often be a harsh world. Dr. Janice Cusano will play great music for this service.
This week the Sunday, October 25, service goes “Down at the End of Lonely Street.” Rev. Dr. Rick Belous looks at loneliness during the pandemic and spiritual ways to deal with it. This service is part of the new Sunday series based on author Lauren Casper’s book Loving Well in a Broken World. “Many people have told me about not being able to be with family, friends, and in normal social situations because of COVID-19. This has had a real toll on many. But there are positive ways we can shake the blues,” Rev. Rick notes.
This week we will continue our Sunday series based on Lauren Casper’s book entitled Loving Well In A Broken World. Lauren shows us how our ‘blind spots’ can be like blinders on a horse and block us from seeing the total picture of ourselves and others.
At the end of the service, don’t turn off your machine. Skip and Cody, our AV aces, have been putting on fun stuff related to the service— and you won’t want to miss it!
On Sunday, October 18, at 11:00am, Unity of Roanoke Valley will hold a live “parking lot” service. It will be safe with masks, social distancing, and following all of the standards from the state and CDC.
More details will appear in our e-newsletters about how people should park, etc. The service will be broadcast into your car FM radio. Bring lawn chairs if you want, and details will be given about how they can be safely spaced.
This will not be a repeat of the service we post on YouTube. It will be an entirely different service, with a different message, and different music.
The Sessions Band will be there, and Dr. Janice Cusano will also have great music for the service.
So come and join us. A good and safe time will be had by all.
This Sunday we start a new Sunday series based on the book Loving Well in a Broken World by Lauren Casper. Lauren has so much to say to us as we go through this period of pandemic, social unrest, election cycles, and personal challenges.