11am Service with Gregg Levoy

Join us to welcome back Gregg Levoy!
 
Callings are urgings from the deep self that tell us what it will take to make our lives literally "come true." They point us toward awakenings, course-corrections and powerful authenticity.
In this presentation, we'll explore the psychological, spiritual and practical processes we encounter in listening and responding to our callings. The calls could be to make a career change or creative leap, take on a new role or let go of an old one, launch a new venture, or simply make a course-correction in your life or work. The central question we'll tackle together: What wants to emerge in your life right now? 
While honoring a calling's essential mystery, we'll also explore the questions that arise naturally in the presence of any call: What does it ask of us? How do we tell the true call from the siren-song? How do we handle our resistance to it? What happens when we say no? What happens when we say yes?
 
Gregg Levoy is the author of the bestseller 'Callings: Finding & Following An Authentic Life' and 'Vital Signs: Discovering & Sustaining Your Passion for Life'.  He has keynoted at the Unity Worldwide Ministries Conference, Smithsonian Institution, Environmental Protection Agency, National Conference on Positive Aging, Microsoft, American Counseling Association and is a frequent guest of the media, including ABC, CNN, NPR and PBS.   GreggLevoy.com
 
 
RACHEL LIU, Special Music
This Sunday January 21 at 11 AM
 
Yi-Jan (Rachel) Liu holds a doctorate of musical arts degree in percussion performance from University of North Texas where she also received her master's degree. 
 
Originally from Taiwan, Dr. Liu has been an active musician working with many wind ensembles. Not only performing as soloist, she has played orchestral/band percussion, chamber music, percussion ensemble and marching percussion.
  
Besides Western music, Dr. Liu is interested in world music and is especially inspired by Taiwanese music, Balinese music and Chinese traditional music. She plays Chinese percussion instruments such as Si-quai and Chinese drums and has traveled to Bali to learn Balinese traditional music, gender wayang. She composes and arranges music that incorporates elements from these countries' musical styles.
 
Dr. Liu has significant teaching experience at all levels throughout the DFW area.