July 8th, 2018
Every time we turn on the news or read a news article, we find something that could scare us about our world today. From politics to the environment to the threat of nuclear war, it’s all around us! How do we feel secure in such a world? That’s a great question and one to which we will bring some profound wisdom today.
July 1, 2018
Here is a bold statement: When you are ready to know your life’s purpose, it will reveal itself by taking up residence in your conscious mind. That statement is straight from “Through God’s Eyes” and today we look at how it can become a living reality in, as and through you.
June 24th, 2018
As Rev. Michele returns and explores how we navigate this earthly experience when the ground shakes underneath us and we don't know what to do. Since she is still right in the middle of that experience, there is still much to be revealed for her and to her, but we will at least begin the conversation today.
June 17th, 2018
Rev. Sherry McCeary discusses expansion in her about of "The Faces of Intention".
Rev. Sherry McCeary continues the month's theme "The Faces of Intention" with Beauty.
June 3rd, 2018
Rev. Sherry McCeary delivers tools to infuse more kindness into our lives.
May 27th, 2018
Rev. Sherry McCeary discusses love, loss, and how to strengthen your relationship with your own love and the love of God.
May 20th, 2018
Rev. Sherry McCeary talks to us about learning to "dance with the storm" through life's extremes.
Theologians have pondered and pontificated about this question for millennia and yet, today, at little ol’ Creative Living Fellowship we may just give it a final answer. No, we aren’t going to play “Who Wants to be a Millionaire,” but the final (extraordinary) answer is worth its weight in gold. And what does it have to do with Mother’s Day? Oh, a lot so come find out!
A deviation from the regular service, Rev. Sherry reads a letter from Rev. Lonnie and fields reaction from the congregation.
The final quality that gives a diamond its value is its weight, which is measured in carats. Larger diamonds are rarer than smaller diamonds; consequently, the value rises exponentially as the diamond gets larger. What carat is your conviction that you are a walking, talking manifestation of God? How large is your trust in yourself as an expression of God? We will address these weighty questions . . . and more . . . on our last Sunday of shining bright like a diamond.
A diamond is highly valued by the absence of color. A chemically pure and structurally perfect diamond has no hue, like a drop of pure water. When we reflect Source at the highest level, we are exactly like this, so transparent that only God shines through. How you choose to color your life is paramount to Shining your Brilliance.
Clarity is one of the four ratings of a diamond (along with cut, color and carat). Within the clarity rating, there is a five-point scale. Where a diamond lands on that scale plays an important role in determining its value. Today we will explore how we might apply this Diamond Clarity Scale and, in that application, bring a new level of clarity of being into and throughout our lives.
Your life is like a faceted gem. There are so many aspects that make up YOU! When diamonds are cut, they reveal their brilliance. Join us this week as we explore how your life, just like a gem, can become a brilliant reflection when you make the right cuts. And, also join us this week to wish Rev. Sally bon voyage as this will be her last Sunday with us before her move to North Carolina.
As we explore the metaphysics behind Jesus’ resurrection and ascension and look at a number of the profound teachings of this Spiritual Master, we are invited to arise and shine into our own unique Brilliance. Be sure to be with us today for a unique and utterly brilliant experience. And how about inviting a friend? Easter is a wonderful Sunday for that. If you attend the Sunrise Service in the Meditation Garden, be sure to stay for our annual Easter pancake breakfast.
Today, we complete our “What’s Luck Got To Do With It?” series as well as engage in our traditional Palm Sunday Rose Blessing, which is one of the most meaningful and profound ceremonies we do at Creative Living. We will blend those two together by looking at how we never need to “push our luck,” but rather how have access to that which will pull us to our highest good.
On this day after St. Patrick’s Day, we will each discover our own personal Lucky Charm and learn how to use it quite effectively. And if you wear green to service today, you might just find yourself extra lucky.
This common phrase is used to describe an outcome based on chance, over which we have no control -- like drawing the short stick. But are we really at the mercy of the luck of the draw? Science, as well as spirituality, says we are not, but it takes a specific attitude coupled with precise activities to create our own luck of the draw.
“He really lucked out on that one!” is a phrase we often hear. And, of course, we hear it when a random happy coincidence has just occurred. What do scientific research and spiritual principles have to say about how we can “luck out”? Today we find out.
Watch out! Loving can be contagious! This is the bug you want to catch – learning to love everyone on your path. Join us as we explore how to ride the wave of love in every encounter in our lives, which helps us deepen in loving ourselves.
I have been lucky to have worked with some of the nicest, most loving people on the planet at my workplace. Or, have I worked to create a happy workplace with unique individuals who are wonderful and perfectly imperfect? Maybe it is a little of both. Come learn how you too can experience love at work while at work.
Being aware of who we are and how we serve brings us into alignment with the “New Commandment” with which we were charged by our Master Teacher Jesus. Then, we may lay claim to the "Prospering Power of Love" outlined in the book of the same title by well-known prosperity teacher, Catherine Ponder. It is all about Love, although not the card company kind of love.
Ernest Holmes taught that we suffer on our road to self-discovery not because it is God-ordained, but because of our divine individuality. It is this individuality that allows us to create our own experience through our power of choice, self-expression and free will. We have the ability to do, say, and think as we wish, even when it appears to limit us. Join Rev. Sherry F. McCreary as we explore the conscious choices we can make in exercising our free will so that we can to live as empowered beings of Love, Light, Peace and Freedom.
There is no time like the present to step up your spiritual practice, and bring your gifts and talents into the world with more heart and soul than ever, letting love, compassion, and good humor lead the way. As our song lyrics suggest, "Take heart, wake up in the middle of a dream, and do the right thing.” That is what we will do today!
You are empowered, confident, safe and more than enough. But, all too often, you simply forget and disconnect from your true identity. Remember, you were not created out of unworthiness, lack or fear. You may have been born into dysfunction, but you were created out of GREATNESS! You’ve been longing to return home to your authentic self. In today’s moving and empowering talk, Ester will help get you home where you belong!