Spirit of Recovery
About This Show
Spirit of Recovery is the place where spirituality and recovery meet-where we support YOUR spiritual growth in recovery. This program provides inspiration and information for people in recovery from addiction of any kind, for family members, and for everyone who wants to learn more about the process of recovery.
Every week we talk about topics that are important to the recovery community with guests who are in recovery themselves or who work with recovering people. We bring you practical information you can use and lively discussions to get you thinking. And of course we've got recovery humor. Put a little peace in your day with The Serenity Minute-a moment of uplifting thought and reflection.
Spirit of Recovery is a great place to be part of the discussion about spirituality and recovery. We are committed to lifelong recovery, authentic spiritual growth, and joyful service. And it's open to all.
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The ideas and opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect the teachings of Unity. Unity respects a wide range of spiritual thoughts and beliefs, as reflected in the diverse range of subjects presented on Unity Online Radio.
Most Recent Episode
Choosing to Live a Life of Joy
Even in long-term recovery, life can throw us curveballs. How can we use our spiritual recovery tools to face life with faith in joy? Special guest Ray Nelson, Unity minister and person in long-term recovery, was diagnosed in 2014 with end-stage kidney disease. While living with a chronic disease can be difficult, he has found that a full, happy, and joy-filled life is all about making choices.
Ray shares how he chooses to see his condition as a gift-an opportunity to live life to the fullest-and as a way to help others do the same. A 2011 graduate of Unity Institute® and Seminary and an ordained Unity minister, Rev. Ray is the senior minister at Unity of Louisville, Kentucky. He is a member of the National Speakers Association and has spoken at Unity churches and to community groups throughout the Midwest and Great Lakes' regions. Ray is an alternate member of the Great Lakes Unity Regional Board and on the Board of Directors for the House of Ruth, a social service agency serving HIV/AIDS homeless men and woman in Louisville, Kentucky.
Rated 5 out of
I love listening to this show at home when I get a few quiet minutes. I also love the "mindful minute" (or something like that) halfway through the show as a brief pause and reminder to be still.
Date published: 2014-03-19