In New Thought, it is said that in order to have faith we must have a conviction that all is well. In order to keep faith, we must allow nothing to enter our thought which will weaken this conviction. Faith is built up from belief, acceptance and trust. But what happens when we’re void of Faith? How do we muster up faith when the faith is not felt inside? How do we take a leap of faith when we feel separate or disconnected from God? Rev. Dr. Sheldon Ganberg shares his perspective on faith incorporating the lessons he has learned along his life’s journey.
Rev. Sheldon is an ordained Unity Minister who worked full time as a prayer chaplain at Silent Unity during his time at Unity Village in Missouri. He subsequently founded and served as Senior Minister at Unity Center for Sacred Living in Portland, Maine, as well as Spiritual Leader at Unity of Fort Pierce, Florida. He was also Associate Minister at The Maine Beacon, a Center for Spiritual Living in Maine. He received his Ph.D. in Spiritual Psychology and Counseling at the Union Institute and University in Cincinnati Ohio. Rev. Sheldon is a Florida Licensed Acupuncture Physician as well as a certified Medium and Healer. He teaches classes and workshops on Intuitive and Spiritual Development, along with his wife, Rev. Debra, and has been a guest speaker in a wide range of Spiritual Centers throughout the United States, Canada and the UK. He is the author if Spiritual Quickening Facilitation: A Journey into the “Forth” Dimension and is presently working on his next book: Finding the Sacred in a Chaotic World. Sheldon presently lives in Poulsbo, Washington along with his wife Debra and their Norfolk Terrier, Boo Boo.