Wild Hearts Club for Women of GJ
ATTN: Wild Hearts Women… Join US as we Walk #AloneTogether
New Thought Colorado (NTCo) is organizing a morning walk at various parks around the Grand Valley (2nd and 4th Fridays of each month). While we won’t walk as a group, this will give us the opportunity to see friends we’ve missed and talk (at a distance) with one another face-to-face.
CLICK HERE to read/download all the details for the upcoming walks. The next one is May 22, 2020. Meet @ 8:00 and begin walk by 8:15 a.m.
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New Book Published
December 2019: Carla’s first novel – “In Search of the Mystic Fisherman” – is now available at Amazon.com. The chapter book, written for middle grade children ages 8-12, revolves around ten-year-old Toby and his slightly older sister, Stephanie, who are sent to their aunt’s and uncle’s Colorado home for the summer in 1986. It’s supposed to be a fun time. It would be for Toby if it didn’t feel like someone – or something – was watching him every time he went off by himself to have a little fun.
Follow Toby on his adventures as he tries to stay away from the long-reaching shadows of the Mystic Fisherman in the mountains of Colorado.
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Dr. Carla Joins GVIN Leadership
May 2019: New Thought Colorado is happy to announce that Rev. Dr. Carla Ryan was recently elected as chair of the Grand Valley Interfaith Network (GVIN) for the 2019/2020 term. She follows in the footsteps of Sherry Cole who has held this position for several years. Other officers are: Kellene Mortensen, Secretary; Joan Brighton, Treasurer.
Dr. Carla is an ordained minister of Religious Science (New Thought) and is also credentialed as an interfaith minister. She believes her interest in many faiths and her experience as a church minister will continue to provide GVIN with a welcoming atmosphere for its growing membership.
GVIN will continue its annual projects, such as two food drives for a variety of local groups (spring and fall), Interfaith Awareness Week in early August, and its well-attended “ThanksGVIN” celebration in November. GVIN will also be participating in upcoming local events to highlight its primary purpose of encouraging positive communication, collaboration, and cooperation between the faith communities of the Grand Valley.
To learn more about GVIN, visit this website: http://grandvalleyinterfaithnetwork.blogspot.com/
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Emerson Theological Institute Approves Course
March 2019: A new class created by Rev. Dr. Carla Ryan has been accepted by Emerson Theological Institute for their Distance Learning program. Here are the details:
“New Thought Re-Imagined” (PS 432) 3 units. Based on the book “One Simple Idea” by Mitch Horowitz
This course will penetrate your psyche, pour itself deep into your soul, and liberate your ideas. It provides a contemporary and human perspective into the history of New Thought and its founders (early philosophers), and will likely cause you to rethink how you interpret New Thought as a whole.
Here’s the link to the site/page: http://emersoninstitute.edu/classes/distance-learning/
Explore this site to find out how to register and sign up for this self-paced, accredited course… or contact Dr. Carla if you want more information about taking it locally.
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