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This is a group for those who are interested in studying and practicing the principles of A Course in Miracles. If you would like to get in touch with the pure essence of unconditional Love that you truly are, this group is for you. We support each other in deeper understanding and practicing of the Course's principles in our daily lives. The format of the group involves reading the Course together and sharing the insights and applications with the group.

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A Course In Miracles Study Group

Wisdom Resource Center

Join us for meditation, discussion, and practice based on A Course in Miracles. We read the text and discuss the applications of the Course's principles in our daily life. Our group consists of both new and seasoned ACIM students. Everyone is welcome to join at any time. There is no charge to attend this group. A love offering is appreciated. Tea, coffee, and light snacks are usually available. Call or email Tanya for more information: (281)[masked] or [masked].

September Movie Night and Potluck - I Hope You Dance

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An “A List” of charismatic, articulate and entertaining “experts” such as Dr. Maya Angelou, Joel Osteen, world celebrated artist/songwriters Brian Wilson, Graham Nash, and Vince Gill, as well as well-known artist Lee Ann Womack, have offered their unique perspective on themes explored in the film, the nature of creativity and its ability to touch and motivate. From the time the song/record was released to multi-platinum success, to when Oprah featured Lee Ann Womack to perform the song on her show, I HOPE YOU DANCE has become a classic message of hope, self-empowerment and joy to millions. The song has become an anthem for high school graduations, weddings, and other life milestones. I Hope You Dance is a powerful, inspirational and cinematic work about hope, faith and optimism and the power of music to inspire and heal. It is medicine for the soul. It is the first film of its kind to explore how one extraordinary song has changed people’s lives. By weaving together stories of how Lee Ann Womack’s worldwide mega #1 hit “I Hope You Dance” has motivated real people to transform their lives, to chase their dreams, to overcome obstacles and to persist in the face of extreme adversity, IHYD will inspire and empower people to achieve more, to live their best lives and to make the world a better place. These are true stories of aspiration, second chances, recovery, forgiveness, and miracles. The film explores how, after the death of the only child, parents realized that the only way to truly honor their daughter’s memory was by celebrating the message of her favorite song, “I Hope You Dance.” Today, her spirit lives on in the six individuals whose lives were saved by the gift of her donated organs. The film showcases a dance school that uses “I Hope You Dance” to teach dancing to the homeless and employs its message to get them back on their feet. It also reveals how “I Hope You Dance” fueled a woman’s inner resolve to create a miraculous recovery from a devastating spinal cord injury that should have killed her instantly. Her doctor has never seen anything like it – despite being instantly paralyzed and not breathing. She now leads a normal life and enjoys dancing. The last scene from the film features a flash mob sequence, decorated by Capitol Christian Music Group’s Grammy-winning artist, American Idol finalist Mandisa‘s newly recorded version of the Song. Trailer for I Hope You Dance movie: https://vimeopro.com/crewneckproductions/ihyd-doc-sizzle-reel A Note from Suzette (Bill Mosher's wife): "I thought this would be a great inspirational film for our group to watch together and have a lively discussion afterward. We have the DVD. The whole film is very moving, it’ll bring tears to many people’s eyes. I’m one of four stories featured in this film—mine is the miracle story. Even though I didn’t practice ACIM at the time (2005), belief in my spiritual teachings allowed me to create two medical miracles. Bill and I have been studying ACIM for eighteen months and I find it fun to connect the ACIM teachings to my miraculous healing, most notably, “We are not our bodies, we are pure spirit, innocent, whole and guiltless.” After the movie we can relate other ACIM teachings to my recovery and others’ stories featured in the film." ******************** We will start the potluck at 5:30 pm, with movie at 6:30 - 8:00 pm followed by a brief discussion afterwards. Please help us plan this event by letting us know that you're coming and what dish you're planning to bring. We'll have a running list to sign up at our regular Sunday group meetings. For details and directions, please call Bill and Suzette at[masked]

A Course In Miracles Study Group

Wisdom Resource Center

Join us for meditation, discussion, and practice based on A Course in Miracles. We read the text and discuss the applications of the Course's principles in our daily life. Our group consists of both new and seasoned ACIM students. Everyone is welcome to join at any time. There is no charge to attend this group. A love offering is appreciated. Tea, coffee, and light snacks are usually available. Call or email Tanya for more information: (281)[masked] or [masked].

A Course In Miracles Study Group

Wisdom Resource Center

Join us for meditation, discussion, and practice based on A Course in Miracles. We read the text and discuss the applications of the Course's principles in our daily life. Our group consists of both new and seasoned ACIM students. Everyone is welcome to join at any time. There is no charge to attend this group. A love offering is appreciated. Tea, coffee, and light snacks are usually available. Call or email Tanya for more information: (281)[masked] or [masked].

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A Course In Miracles Study Group

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