Motivational speaker to light up Unity Spiritual Center April 7

Terry McBride

Curious about Unity Spiritual Center in Westlake? Ever wonder what goes on up that hill on the south side of Detroit just west of Clague? Your perfect opportunity to find out presents itself on Sunday, April 7.

On that morning Terry McBride will speak at Unity Spiritual Center at both the 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Sunday celebrations. Mr. McBride, esteemed author and one of the most sought-after speakers in the metaphysical and motivational movements, will speak on the topic, “The Mystical History of Unity.”

Terry will also lead a workshop that afternoon from 1 to 4 p.m. entitled, “Taking Control of Your Creative Mind.” This workshop will give you simple tools, which will enable you to take control of your creative mind and become the creator of your own destiny. Cost of this invaluable workshop is $30.

Terry McBride’s speeches, seminars and published work all have the same central theme: People have unlimited abilities that can be realized through conscious choice.

His message was not developed from the comfort of an armchair. During his 20s and 30s, Terry had 27 major surgeries on his spine and abdomen. At times he was not expected to live. Doctors told him the infection in his spine was not curable and his best hope was to live with his human limitations. This entailed a colostomy and the inevitability of “significant permanent disability.”

Instead, Terry chose to fight that bleak prognosis. Through his study and practice of Choice and his belief in Unity principles, he created perfect health where there seemed only disease. Make no mistake; Unity is not about enduring conditions or simply accepting your human limitations. The teachings of Unity are about changing conditions and creating reality.

In his book, "The Hell I Can’t," Terry shares the challenges he faced trying to believe in his own ability to heal when the experts said he couldn’t expect to come out of his incurable disease whole. He refused to accept that. He did not give up or give in to the pressures of conformity. He stood boldly and challenged the lie of human limitations.

You too can take charge of your own thoughts, actions, feelings and beliefs and, in so doing, take charge of your creative mind. You can start right where you are and take control of your life. You can actually take charge of your health, your abundance, your relationships and your connection with the Divine. All things are indeed possible, if only you believe.

Plan now on hearing Terry McBride and experiencing Unity on Sunday, April 7, at either 9 a.m. or 11 a.m. If you like what you hear, and I’m guessing you will, consider attending his workshop that afternoon at 1 p.m.

In fact, why wait till then? Come to one of our services on Sunday, March 24, or the breathtakingly beautiful Easter Service on March 31. Unity Spiritual Center is located at 23855 Detroit Rd. For more information check our website,, or call the office at 440-835-4000.

Kenneth Cooper

I am a retired English teacher & am currently a substitute teacher in Bay Village Schools. I am also an active member of Unity Spiritual Center and am interested in writing releases & articles promoting U.S.C.

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