Real Life Today Children’s Church is a place where children can explore in the presence of God’s love. The goal for children’s church is to foster growth, challenge the mind, spark conversation, provoke thought and inspire creativity in a safe environment, free of judgments.
NOTE: Starting in June, the Children's Church will meet the 2nd Sunday of each month. Additional Sundays will be added as we grow. RLTC also has a sound proof "Quiet Room" directly in the back of main sanctuary separated by glass, which provides a direct view into the sanctuary with in room speakers. Parents with kids under three (3) years of age has a place to keep their little ones without missing the Gathering. Snacks are provided.
God has plans for me today. Today I acknowledge God’s presence in my life. The presence of the Divine is my unceasing reminder that exciting and purpose-filled ideas and opportunities are awaiting me. In every word I speak and every action that I take, I tap into God’s plans for my life today. I am not a spectator of my life. Rather, with Spirit, I am a creator and participator in God’s plans for my life. I am conscious of the leading and guidance of Spirit within me. Therefore, I resist the temptation to be distracted, dismayed, or disenchanted by oppositions that may arise; instead I choose to utilize my oppositions as moments for more of my divine creative ability to be made known. Today, God’s plans are manifested in and through me.
Your life is about unfoldment... God is not progressing or improving. What improves is our understanding of God, and as this happens all our conditions necessarily improve too. There never was a time in your history when God was not all that God is today, and there never can come a time when God will be any more that God is today. God is continually expressing Godself in new ways, but this is not improvement; it is unfoldment... Your life is simply part of this unfoldment and that is the only reason for you existing at all.
- Emmet Fox
Public opinion is a weak tyrant compared with our own private opinion. What a man thinks of himself, that is which determines, or rather indicates his fate. - Henry David Thoreau
Price: $20 (USD)
Learn how to establish a strong foundation for growth through self-awareness, self-responsibility, and self-acceptance. You can go beyond an idea or concept about yourself to an experience of yourself. It is time for your soul to have a direct experience of WHO YOU REALLY ARE—after all, this is the longing of your soul.
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LIFESHOP: Freedom to Question
What You Think You Know
Saturday, February 27, 2016 - 12:00PM to 4:30PM EST
Blackburn University Center - Howard University Campus
2397 6th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20059
This LifeShop provides a forum for a powerful and open discussion on our God-construct. We will explore topics such as:
- Formation of an Ideology
- Formation of a Religion
- Evolution of Tyranny
- The Transmission of Information and Ideas
- The Rush to Take Refuge in the Biblical Text
- The Suppression of Your Questions and Doubts
- You are Not Crazy
- The Dispossessing of One’s Body (Self-Negation)
- Attachment and Abandonment…and much more
LifeShop's Dynamic Panel Includes:
Rev. Dr. Ron Hopson - Psychology and Divinity Professor at Howard University; Renowned Author
Rev. Miriam Niles - Life Strategist, Senior Pastor, Former Corporate Executive, B.A. & M.DIV
Ms. Shelly Diarra Markham - HR Strategist & Architect, Entrepreneur, Inspirational Author
Rev. Harold Hayes - Senior Pastor, Holistic Life Coach, Entrepreneur
Ms. Halina Alexander - Life Coach, Touch Therapist, PMP, CRMT, Transformative Leader
POWER PRAYER CALLS - WISDOM WEDNESDAYS
Join us for our weekly Power Prayer Calls - Wisdom Wednesdays at 7pm. This teleconference will take place each Wednesday at 7pm and will last for 20 minutes. Conference Dial-in Number: (605) 562-3000 - Participant Access Code: 400693#. Wisdom Wednesdays is your mid-week reminder of the ever present presence of the Divine - in you, as you, through you. As Wayne Dyer wrote, “The purpose of prayer is not to influence God to grant you special favors, but rather to remind yourself that you are always connected to God.”