Summer Sermon Series: The Four Agreements 

July 14, 2014

We have just begun a four-week sermon series based on Don Miguel Ruiz’s popular book, The Four Agreements.  This thoughtful book represents wisdom of the ancient Toltec, indigenous people who lived in the region of present day Mexico. Each of the Four Agreements represents sound advice for healthy living, advice consistent with modern psychological principles. In addition, the agreements resonate well with teachings found in the New Testament and with Christian spiritual practice. The Four Agreements are:  1.  Be impeccable with your word. (July 13) 2.  Don’t take anything personally. (July 20) 3. Don’t make assumptions (July 27) 4.  Always do your best. (August 3)

As we reside in the land of SNR’s (“the spiritual not religious”), my hope is two-fold. I hope this series enriches your own personal conversations with friends and loved ones by enlarging the vocabulary.  In addition, by offering a different context, I hope the topics enliven your own Christian walk.

So mark your calendars, invite a friend or loved one and join the conversation.

Grace and peace,

Rev. Brigitta Remole (Pastor ‘B’)

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