Rev. Jenn's Blog
Let us march forward — in faith.
To know God’s will, we must surrender what was for what will be.
We can be the presence of love when we remember how we, too, have been loved.
It’s our choice: We can be correct. Or we can be peaceful.
Even in dark moments, uncommon faith believes in divine outcome.
The ideal holiday is one which renews our spirit and nourishes our soul.
Trying times invite us to consider what we truly believe and how we want to behave.
In the midst of uncertainty and change, we can pause to consider what we value most.
Listening requires tremendous faith, patience and spiritual strength.
Companions we meet on our journey can bless us in powerful ways.
We have the power within us to heal whatever needs healing.
When we do our “inner work,” our outer experiences reflect those changes.
Surrender means we cooperate with life — from a spiritual perspective.
We have divine opportunities for transformation.
We can feel the transformative power of prayer with anyone, anytime, anywhere.
Worry halts our divine life journey.
With faith, the seemingly impossible transforms into the possible.
As we appreciate the abundance around us, we realize freedom.
After thoughts and prayers, action and transformation.
Solid spiritual understanding sustains us no matter what may occur in our lives.
Our spiritual strength helps us center ourselves in faith and trust.
Our life purpose nourishes us — and others also.