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How to Thrive in a Less Than Ideal Location

Today’s topic arises so many times in coaching sessions that I thought I’d address it here, since it seems more common than not for people to feel misplaced, isolated or otherwise “stuck” in a location other than their heart’s desire. 2,115 more words

Faith and Hope

Several times this month I considered writing about discouraging news for the Church and what it portends.  But after reflecting on Christmas, I think now, more than many recent Christmases, we must remember that to be faithful is to be hopeful.  1,218 more words


Christmas Art at Saddleback Church, CA

Saddleback Visual Arts (SVA) is a community-focused arts initiative and ministry within one of the top ten evangelical megachurches in the United States, Saddleback Church. … 389 more words

If You Can't Fix A Broken Heart...

“From The Rim,” ©CherilynSunRidge, 36″x48″

I painted “From The Rim” as a tribute to Mickey Hart’s Mysterium Tremendum.  Listening to the integrated sounds of celestial deep space provided by NASA, with the Mickey Hart Band, one could not help but be moved into a place of reverence for our tiny potent particle selves.   118 more words

Fatima with Fr. Travis Stephens from the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana

Pilgrimage dates: June 16-24, 2017.

Give the gift that keeps on giving. Your faith!

To find out more and to register visit: www.PeaceLovePilgrimage.com

Sacred Art

I Have Some Good News This 2016: Published!

So yea, 2016. This wounded artery of a year.

But, I am able to share good news for once: I sold my first short story, to be published in a Science Fiction Anthology either this Dec or Jan. 169 more words

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Available Work at the Michael LaConte Gallery

The Michael LaConte Gallery is wonderful, cultivated venue for contemporary art in Chicago.  He is my representative in the midwest and deals regularly with national and international clients.  71 more words

Oil Painting