Last Tuesday was Valentine’s Day, a holiday that evokes images of shared love. Typically, those who celebrate use flowers, chocolates, greeting cards or other symbols to show their regard for one another. These tangible gifts are considered evidence of affection, but the affect is fleeting, and the focus limited.
A deeper and broader way to share love with others is through prayer. Praying for others is a demonstration of a more lasting and limitless form of love that is always available for you to share. This act of communion with Spirit is a way of attuning yourself with another’s’ struggles and aspirations. Sharing in this communion of Spirit Within is to extend the most precious gift there is: a mystical union with God. Moreover, it not only benefits others but yourself as well.
Join Reverend Dennis Ashley this Sunday for a lesson on the power of prayer to share love with others. We invite you to join us as we reintroduce our Chaplain Program and our new Chaplain team.
Our featured ensemble is S.O.U.L. They are Gwen Gathercoal, Paul Gathercoal, Jim Turner, and Tiffany Quinn.