That's Just How My Spirit Travels
By Rosemary Fillmore Rhea

List Price: $14.95
Item Number: B0248
Quantity Available: 45
Published: 10/1/2003
Copyright: 2003
Pages: 244
Weight: .7 lbs.

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"An awesome journey through a lifetime of working toward greater understanding among people and toward the dream of creating world peace."
--Jordan Paul, Ph.D., author of Becoming Your Own Hero; coauthor of Do I Have to Give Up Me to Be Loved by You?

"The spirit of Unity shines through Rosemary Fillmore Rhea's memories of the past in ways that will inspire the future."
--Walter Starcke, author of It's All God

"Every person seeking Truth should read this book! It tells of the modern-day prophets who, like the prophets of old, taught and lived principle so that others might come to know the Truth and be set free."
--The Rev. Dr. Johnnie Colemon, founder/minister of Christ Universal Temple, Chicago; founder, Universal Foundation for Better Living

In her inspiring memoir, Rosemary Fillmore Rhea, granddaughter of Unity's cofounders, shares the spiritual journey of her life. With anecdotes and spiritual insights, she recalls her formative years at Unity Village, experiences with key leaders in the early development of Unity, and her world travels. From the Unity Village swimming pool just outside Kansas City, Missouri to the royal summer palace on the Gulf of Siam to the Bel-Air Hotel in Los Angeles, her stories will move you to laughter, tears, and a deeper sense of faith. She will inspire you to live life as an adventure and with a "feeling of happy expectation."

Rosemary Fillmore Rhea is an ordained Unity minister and granddaughter of Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, cofounders of the Unity movement. Rosemary was founder, director, and host of The Daily Word for television, and later coproduced The Word From Unity, which appeared on more than a thousand television and radio stations nationwide. She served churches in Delray Beach and New Port Richey in Florida and opened the Unity Myrtle Fillmore Center in Kansas City.

Now available in e-book format.

Softcover, 244 pp.
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