Schedule of Activities for Thursday, October 8th
Morning Prayer and Meditation
Conscious Connections and Coffee
Facilitated by Darla Henry, UER Board Vice President and Rev. Sandy Boyer, UER Board Member
As we close out the conference, let’s deepen our connections with heart conversations and a cup of coffee or your favorite beverage.
*Giveaways to be included during session! Must be present to win.*
10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Beach Ball Nirvana: It’s a SHORE Thing!
Presented by Revs. Cher and Bill Holton, Rev. Paul Hasselbeck and Daniel Nahmod
This dynamic, energizing, and enriching wrap up to the conference will highlight takeaways from the conference. Following some inspirational deep-dive comments from the presenters, they will lead the group in Beach Ball Nirvana! This is a highly interactive event that uses beach balls covered with questions which will draw out the best takeaways from the conference, allow people to share together in smaller groups as well as in the whole group. As we wrap up the conference through this bringing together of the best of the best takeaways, we will close with the SHORE acronym to give folks a way to put everything they have learned to use, to create an EXTRAORDINARY life!
As a result of this closing session, participants will:
- Synthesize the learnings from all the sessions of the conference;
- Create Personal Intentions to put what they have learned into practice when they leave;
- Create even deeper connections with other conference participants in a meaningful way, to ensure continued uninterrupted spiritual support in an Extraordinary way!
(2 CEU Hours)
Rev. Bil and Rev. Cher Holton
Combine a flair for the dramatic, a deep understanding of metaphysics, a commitment to a “bumped up theology,” an ability to think outside the box, and a knack for bringing scientific research and spiritual practices to life in practical ways—and you have defined the dynamic duo of Revs. Drs. Bil & Cher Holton. They currently lead a global on-line Unity-approved, Events-driven Alternative Ministry dedicated to helping people master the art of living as they walk the spiritual path on practical, positive, prosperous feet.
Rev. Dr. Paul Hasselbeck
Rev. Dr. Paul Hasselbeck is one of Unity’s leading Metaphysics authorities and has had a major role in bringing Unity’s Metaphysics into the 21st century. With a genuine passion for clarity, precision and making Unity teachings understandable. Paul guides people to awaken awareness and deepen their understanding. He is well versed in the published and unpublished writings of Myrtle and Charles Fillmore. Paul teaches and speaks around the United States as well as internationally. He has served as an adjunct faculty member for Unity Worldwide Spiritual Institute; teaches for Unity School of Christianity of Great Britain, New Zealand and Australia and was a full time faculty member for Unity Institute; Dean of the Spiritual Education and Enrichment program for Unity Institute; retreat minister for Unity Village and Minister of Pastoral Care and Prayer for Unity Church of Overland Park, Kansas. Paul has a website: paulhasselbeck.com, a podcast found at metaphyscalromp2.com or on popular podcast sites and has written or co-written 9 books. His most recent book is Use the Truth You Know, Unity’s Principles and Premises.
Singer-songwriter and producer Daniel Nahmod (pronounced Nay-mod) is one of the most beloved and successful independent singer-songwriters in the United States today. He has sold over 110,000 CDs on his own Humanity Music label, and his music has been licensed by American Idol, The Voice, The Super Bowl, Saturday Night Live, The Today Show, and hundreds of cable programs on over 25 networks. Daniel’s charismatic and humorous stage presence, stunning 3-octave vocal range, exceptional musicianship on piano and guitar, and award-winning catalog of powerful and diverse pop-rock, folk and inspirational songs have brought acclaim at performances for over two million people in 45 U.S. states and Canada. Most recently, he was a keynote performer at the 2018 Parliament of World Religions in Toronto, Canada, for 10,000 activists and leaders from around the world.