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1.      International New Thought Alliance (INTA) – www.
Sermon Supplements by David Seibert –
Institute of Noetic Sciences  (IONS) –
Silent Unity –
Daily Word –
Unity Book Store –

Did You Know? Church supplies are available at wholesale prices from the vendors shown below.   You may need to order through your bookstore using your resale number.  You will want to check the requirements for wholesale purchases with each vendor.  Some supplies such as bulletin covers require a minimum order, which may be more than you need for one Sunday; however, you can order several different covers and rotate them throughout the year.  You can get a catalog or go online to view the available selections and choose those that meet your needs.

1.      Bulletins:

Anchor Wallace Publishers, Sleepy Eye, MN 800-533-3570

·         Hermitage Art Co, Chicago, IL 800-621-7992

·         Church Supply Warehouse, Chicago, IL 866-757-5195

1.      Candles       


·         EmKay Candles – Unity of Tucson offers wholesale prices plus $10 handling fee. They will be dropped shipped and postage will be added.

·         Church Supply Warehouse – 100 Piece Candlelight Service Item#3092490 $26.45 plus shipping

1.      Children/Youth Ed

YOUTH ED / SUNDAY SCHOOL PROGRAMS: • The Center for Progressive Christianity (soon to be PC)

·         Samaritan Institute Accredited University offers:


·         Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral degrees. No tuition, $45 per class.

·         Divine Science Ordination program offered through Samaritan Institute.

·         Leadership Academy, continuing education for ministers/spiritual workers.

·         Lectionary Webinar, Tuesday mornings with 3 Bible Scholars.

·         Sharing the Light YouTube series. For more information:

1.      Truth Unity

An exhaustive collection of classic Unity books, writings and reference materials.



New Thought Minister,

How much time and energy do you spend each week finding the perfect story to punctuate a point in your upcoming Sunday message so that it comes alive and is memorable?

Have you ever been hard-pressed to find pulpit-appropriate jokes that are actually humorous?

Would you like to have at your fingertips a handy, well-organized, digital, easily-searchable anthology of illustrations as a sermon research aid?

If so, your wish has been answered – a second time!

Several years ago, New Thought Seed Thoughts published the “Savvy Speaker’s Resource Volume 1,” and it was so popular that we have just put the finishing touches on Volume 2.  This new volume contains hundreds of NEW stories, jokes and illustrations relevant to our New Thought message (see 2 examples below) in over 135 categories.

This Resource (which is guaranteed — yes, guaranteed — to save you an abundance of time and energy and to support your messages for years to come) is being offered for a special introductory price of only $29.99 when ordered before March 15, 2018.

To order this exciting new Resource, simply click here.  And, if you haven’t yet received Volume 1, we have an even better deal for you.  You can receive both Volumes 1 and 2 for the very low cost of $44.99 when you order before March 15.

I look forward to supporting your ministry in this way.

Michele Whittington
Senior Minister, Creative Living Fellowship
Founder, New Thought Seed Thoughts
Founder, AFP Phoenix

PS – Remember, this special introductory offer for Volume 2 or the 2-volume set is only good through March 15. Prices go up after that, so place your order today and begin using this incredible resource as you prepare for this Sunday!

And, now, here are two examples of what you’ll find in Volume 2:

The Secret to Blue-Ribbon Corn

[This story is terrific to tangibly illustrate our oneness or to punctuate the idea that there is no private good] There was once a farmer who, each year, entered his corn in the state fair and, each year, his corn won a blue ribbon.  One year, a newspaper reporter interviewed him and asked him about his secret to success.  The reporter was quite surprised at what the farmer said.  He said that for years he had been sharing his prize-winning seed corn with his neighbors.

“Why in the world would you share your best seed corn with your neighbors when they are entering the same corn competition as you are each year?  Don’t you want to win?!” the reporter asked.

“Of course, I want to win, but what I really want to do is grow the best possible corn,” said the farmer.  “And to grow the best possible corn, I can’t afford not to share.  You see the wind picks up pollen from the ripening corn and swirls it from field to field.  So, if my neighbors grow inferior corn, cross-pollination will steadily degrade the quality of my corn.  If I am to grow the best corn possible, then I must help my neighbors grow the best corn also.”

Wouldn’t You Know It!
You can use this one at the end of March! It was Palm Sunday, and the family’s 6-year old son had to stay home from church because of strep throat. When the rest of the family returned home carrying palm branches, the little boy asked what they were for. His mother explained, “People held them over Jesus’ head as he walked by.”

“Wouldn’t you know it,” the boy fumed. “The one Sunday I don’t go to church, and Jesus shows up!”


Michele Whittington, D.D.
Senior Minister
Supporting New Thought ministers as they lead their ministries
Be seen, be heard, inspire change


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