Category Archives: News

Letting go

“I am taking a course to become a life coach and these 10 points would be on my list of things to share with clients.” Recommended by Doris Crompton

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Virtue for the Week: Hope

Without hope, we lose our ability to live fully.

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US Soccer’s Rainbow Pride Jerseys Exclude and Divide

Athletes should be judged on talent, heart, and work ethic—not politics. Our national sports teams should represent the whole country, not any one political niche.

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Restoration of Trust ~ Alex Colvin (UTS’86)

When trust is betrayed, it is very difficult to restore. This is true in all relationships. It is true between parents and children, between husband and wife, between friends, between business partners, in organizations, in communities, between leaders and followers, in politics, and between nations.

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To Build a Career, Tap into Your Creativity

To master your unique creativity and offer that to the world will do wonders for your career.

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Mindfulness, Meditation, and More…..a seminar on Self Healing and Recreation ~Gavin Hamnett (UTS’91)

Saturday, June 24th, Massena House, Barrytown, NY.

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The Powerful Anti-Terrorism Ad That’s The Hit of Ramadan

The month of Ramadan is a time of peak TV consumption in the Arab world, and in turn, peak TV ad budgets. So the Kuwaiti telecom company Zain decided to make to the most of the holy season with a powerful three-minute musical spot urging Arabs to reject suicide bombings.

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At age 20, I was married by the Unification Church. Here’s how I broke away.

Nearly 20 years after my first marriage, I finally found a children’s summer camp director who made me reconsider. I knew by the way he held my hand the entire four-mile hike home from our third date that he was different from the rest. When, less than a year later, he got down on his knee and, with a shaky voice, asked me to be his wife, I fell into his arms and wept.

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What’s in a Name? Why Christians Should Be Wary of the Word “Transgender”

The Christian worldview accepts the validity of people’s testimony that gender dysphoria is a real experience resulting in heartrending distress. The Christian worldview cannot, however, countenance the idea that men can become women or that women can become men.

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Thank you for Asking ! (revisited) ~Robin Debacker (UTS’85)

This is not a new survey. It’s been 3 1/2 years since I completed a survey of Unificationist Sunday Services as they are experienced by various members around the world.

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