twelve steps to your healing

Holiday Blessings to You!

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Holiday blessings to you! I am ecstatic about the upcoming holidays.  It becomes a period of disassembling from the regular schedule and honing into live time with family and friends. This is another blessing in time for me – I get to give and I do receive.

Likewise, The CRev. Sheila.Bkider Enterprises Book Club Conference Call is delightfully blessed and honored to host featured author Rev. Sheila McKeithen – “Twelve Steps to Your Healingthis Thursday, Dec. 17, 2015.   From 7:00 to 8:00 PM (CST), Rev. Sheila will share ’the good news about her overcoming’ and her own unique “twelve steps.” Her fresh and simple approach to healing will prosper and encourage those open to the reality of divine health as a birthright.  Her ‘program’ offers the perfect message of our oneness with The Healer.

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Welcome Rev. Dr. Sheila McKeithen: The Newly Elected UFBL President

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Shelia & Claudette sharing "Twelve Steps to your Healing"
Shelia & Claudette sharing “Twelve Steps to your Healing”

Rev. Dr. Sheila McKeithen, newly elected President of the Universal Foundation For Better Living (UFBL), conducted a Prosperity Series Seminar that personified why she is the ‘elected one’. She ‘turned up’ the realization that we are one with the Universe and life is “rigged in our favor” in order that we experience the good that God has for us.

On “Sweetest Day” in Chicago, Sheila (as she asked to be called) filled the Faith Chapel at Christ Universal Temple. She was delectable! We were eager to hear the voice and message of this youngest President of the Foundation to date and waited excitedly to greet her before the session began.  I felt her authentic, energetic and purpose-filled vibrations of confidence and sincerity as she welcomed us. (You can read her extended story in The October/November issue of “Daily Inspiration for Better Living,” a publication of the Universal Foundation for Better Living, Inc.).

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