Sunday July 21, 2019 is our dedication and blessing services at our new location. Join us and enjoy the food and fellowship at a bar-be-que following the services.
That has been our topic this month! Come learn how luck has absolutely nothing to do with it!
Our new address and phone # starting March 3, 2019:
928 State Hwy 46 E, Boerne, Texas 78006
A New Year and a New Beginning for SACSL. Be sure to stay tuned for all the changes that are coming.
Theme: “Turning Point or Tipping Point?”
Resource: “E-Cubed” by Pam Grout
We have all heard of the idea of a “tipping point,” the moment at which there is enough critical mass for a major change to occur. But what about a “turning point”? A “turning point” is the moment of decision, the moment we individually or collectively decide to make a shift, to head in a different direction, to view things another way, and that decision results in a radically different outcome. Or said another way, a “turning point” can result in a different “tipping point.” This month, with the support of the strong foundation of our New Thought teachings, we will have personal turning point moments that will tip us in the direction of greater love, joy, peace and manifestation.
Sunday, January 6: “Laying the Ground Work”
As we explore the idea of “turning points” in our lives, today we anchor into foundational concepts that will send us in the direction of our individual and collective Good and even greater Good. This morning will lay the groundwork for our entire year, so be sure to be with us, and bring a friend or two!
Sunday, January 13: “Doing the Work”
“God can only work for us by working through us.” No truer words have ever been said! With the help of international bestselling author Pam Grout in her book “E Cubed,” this week and next, we will do some work to turn us in the direction of being who we came here to be and doing what we came here to do.
Sunday, January 20: “Continuing the Work”
Picking up where we left off last week, today we continue the work of creating turning points in the direction of being who we came here to be and doing what we came here to do.
Sunday, January 27: “Achieving the Miraculous”
American Physician and author Bernie Siegel once wrote, “We have nothing to lose by attempting to achieve the miraculous.” When we have made the turn to a more expansive view of ourselves, our possibilities and the role we play in the world, we will achieve the miraculous. Actually, we will be the miracle, so come be the miracle today!
This month we delve into the idea of Living in the Land of Milk and Homey, which is the land that was promised to the Israelites when they were enslaved in Egypt (Exodus 3:7-8): “And the Lord said [to Moses at the burning bush] I have surely seen the affliction of my people who are in Egypt, and I have heard their cry because of their taskmasters; for I know their sorrows; and I have come down to deliver them out of the hands of the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that land and to a good and large land, to a land flowing with milk and honey.” This month, using Moses and the experiences of the Israelites as our examples, we will explore the consciousness required to live in our own personal land of milk and honey.
Join us on Sunday Mornings at 11:00 a.m. in creating a world that works for everyone.
Rumi: “Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.”
Join us on Sundays as we all become a bit wiser.
“Science of Mind” – p.25
Ernest Holmes wrote:
“Freedom is the birthright of every living soul… Our inherent nature is forever seeking to express itself in terms of freedom. We do well to listen to this Inner Voice, for it tells us of a life wonderful in its scope; [and] of a love beyond our fondest dreams… .”
Sunday, July 22, 2018 our lesson is “Freedom to Be Me”
I keep things Simple and fully Participate in the Awesome nature of God as me. As I do, my outer world Reflects my heart-felt desires. Kicking my life into gear, I ignite the SPARK of the Divine Flame within me. It burns with radiance and love!
12 WAYS TO LOVE HARDER
- Go up to someone you’ve never met before, hand them a $10 bill and say, “You look absolutely awesome/stunning/gorgeous/beautiful/handsome (whatever you want to say!)” followed by, “Have a great day!”
- When you see a police officer, fire fighter, a service man or woman, nurse, doctor, EMT, etc. – Thank them!
- Ask, “What may I do to help?”
- Offer to buy a homeless person whatever he wants from the store he’s sitting in front of.
- Do a 30-day forgiveness meditation for someone you are angry with or you dislike… personal or public!
- Admit you were wrong, but don’t ask for forgiveness.
- Write someone a Letter of Appreciation.
- Be lavish with your verbal praise… and mean it.
- Don’t just wish someone a happy birthday on Facebook… text them; call them; send a card.
- Choose who you associate with… Stop associating with people who don’t do anything but make you feel bad about yourself or your life.
- If you can’t do that… make a list ahead of time of things to talk about with those people that do not involve complaining about life.
- As Mother Teresa once said, “People are illogical, unreasonable, and self-centered. Love them any way.”
Miles Morris, RScP
1948 – 2018
May he rest in Peace
Condolences can be sent to: Den Freaney, 2000 Riva Ridge, San Antonio, TX 78248
Donations and Love Offerings can be made to the SACSL Foundation Fund in Miles Morris’ name.