Sermon on the Molehill: Spiritual Keys to Amazing Health, Wealth and Loving Relationships
Too often, spirituality is thought of as something otherworldly, conceptual and mystical. Certainly, spirituality is all these things, but it's also a way of approaching life. Spirituality can be a practical, down-to-earth array of attitudes, techniques, and tools that make this life truly a heaven on earth.
This is what Sermon on the Molehill offers readers. It shows how using spiritual principles in our daily life makes living more abundant, enjoyable and downright fun. The book is filled with co-author Reverend Cathy Jean Norman’s stories, anecdotes and spiritual principles that are immediately relatable. In collaboration with Dr. Noelle Nelson, Sermon on the Molehill shows readers how to apply these principles to their own life. Especially in times of chaos and change, whether personally or in our world in general, there is a great need for solace, inspiration, and reassurance that there is a way to make things better along with guidance on how to achieve that “better.”
Sermon on the Molehill is not meant to be necessarily read in one sitting, or even sequentially, although it certainly can be. Sermon on the Molehill may be opened to any chapter to provide a quick inspiration or practical life tool. Each chapter stands alone. Whether the subject is love, money, facing fear, guilt, making choices, forgiveness, accepting change or finding grace, Sermon on the Molehill seeks to address whatever particular concerns the reader may be experiencing in their life at the moment. The book adheres to the Unity principle: To look for the good in all situations, to look for the good in each other and to look for the good in ourselves. Key Elements--how to use spiritual principles in everyday life for greater happiness and joy--practical, inspiring tools that will help you get through life's challenges--how to overcome lack (lack of money, of love, of success) and know abundance--uplifting stories and anecdotes
Sermon on the Molehill is available in print and as an ebook.