August 6th, 2015

Peace Awareness Trainings: A Glimpse of God

By MSIA Staff

This year at the Peace Awareness trainings (PATs) at Lake Arrowhead, I realized that my life is a Peace Awareness training and I have so many opportunities here to sacrifice what is no longer serving me so I go free and enter the place God has prepared for me. I wake up every day more […]


July 13th, 2015

Touring Windermere after the Conference of the Christ

By MSIA Staff

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Walking around in a fog in a parking lot is well, foolish.  Walking around in a fog at Windermere is cool and mystical.  And in California it is cool to be mystical.  It was definitely cool to be able to show people (I’m talking good people) some of the places at Windermere that can sneak […]


July 1st, 2015

Happiness at Peace Awareness Labyrinth and Gardens

By MSIA Staff

Tuesday, June 23 around 2PM, I walked out the front door to greet 4 quiet, timid girls, welcoming them to Peace Awareness Labyrinth and Gardens. These girls are from the local Girl Scout chapter in the neighborhood, one of the few chapters in the area, I was told by one of the leaders. They were […]


June 26th, 2015

Calling All Peacemakers! Worldwide Peace Prayer: July 2, 2015 – August 4, 2015

By MSIA Staff

IIWP WORLDWIDE PEACE PRAYER  JULY 2, 2015 – AUGUST 4, 2015 “In choosing to be a peacemaker, we are called upon to reach out to understand. Make a request or prayer within to understand. “Lord, may I understand today what prior to today I have been unable to understand or forgotten about my divine nature? […]

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April 14th, 2015

World City Center Kids Visit Peace Awareness Labyrinth and Gardens

By MSIA Staff


Tuesday, March 31, together with their teachers and director, Rebecca Bernard, a delightful group of five to nine-year-olds walked to Prana from World City Center, housed in another historic building about four blocks away on Adams. Their purpose was to learn about the different styles of architecture in the neighborhood and to experience peace. Rebecca […]

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March 25th, 2015

Resting Point: Ways to Restore Your Energy

By MSIA Staff

  Silence. Your endless activity and “doing” can make you so tired that when you finally take a moment to stop, listen, and relax, you will often go to sleep out of habit. A better choice would be to be present and alert and to listen past the inner conversations of the mind, listen past […]


March 11th, 2015

2015 “Let Freedom Ring”

By MSIA Staff

Freedom is an important word, concept, state of Being for me. It’s a major theme in my Ministerial Blessing and something to which I pay close attention. So when I first heard about events planned to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Lincoln’s passing on April 15, I immediately responded and asked to be included. For […]

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February 13th, 2015

Calling All Peacemakers! Worldwide Peace Prayer, February 16, 2015 – April 4, 2015

By MSIA Staff

IIWP WORLDWIDE INTERNET PEACE PRAYER  February 16 – April 4, 2015 Breathe in peace. As tensions and worries drop away, peace starts radiating through your body. Peace is very much alive and present. As you drop the pressures of your life, you’ll find that peace is present, beyond the distractions. It was always there. -John-Roger, D.S.S., IIWP Founder […]

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February 4th, 2015

The New Day Herald Is Now In ISSUU: The World’s Leading Digital Magazine Platform

By Deborah Martinez

So what is ISSUU? Issuu is a popular digital publishing platform delivering an exceptional new reading experiences of magazines and newspapers on your choice of platform — computer, smart phone, or tablet. Check out this brief video to see how it works. So why is the New Day Herald moving to Issuu? There Are 2 Main […]

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January 26th, 2015

Into the Sun: The Final Journey of My Best Friend’s Body

By Deborah Martinez

The feelings inside of me seemed to match the grayish monotone color of the outside world that morning. As I boarded the bus just outside of Asilomar and took my seat midway to the back, I could feel my jeans cold and wet, drenched through the pant legs between where my jacket and boots protected […]