LightStream: Live Streaming Video

Thank you for being part of our Sunday Celebration today. Inner Light’s LightStreaming begins at 10:30 am Pacific Time on Sundays.

On Feb 9, 2020, there was a power outage in our area that started during Sunday Gathering. This caused out Live Stream to be discontinued for the day. We apologize. You are important to us! We appreciate your loyal viewing. Thank you. The sermon will be posted to our Inner Light Ministries Facebook page and YouTube channel.

We invite your feedback about the quality of our Light Streaming. Please email info@innerlightministries.com or call (831) 465-9090, ext 206 (Phone answered Tues-Fri).

Thank you.

We trust that you have been spiritually nourished and uplifted. Know that you are here by Divine Appointment and we are honored by your presence. We look forward to seeing you tune in again soon!

SCROLL DOWN FOR TODAY’S AFFIRMATIONS AND THE STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

The Affirmations for Sunday’s Service

Feb 23, 2020 – “Seeing “Us” in You and Me

As the river of Life rises, we go with its flow.

Flowing to the sea of all possibility, we recognize that we are free.

We are free to forgive and free to love the world.

We are free to say Yes to our Divinity and to unleash our creativity.

A tide of good will floods the land sweeping us in its currents.

Life’s landscape contours to Divine Order.

With eyes wide open, we see “us” in you and me.

We see with compassion and equanimity.

Ready for the perfect unfoldment of this new day, we extend a fresh new embrace.

Statement of Purpose

Inner Light Ministries is an Omnifaith,
outreach ministry dedicated to spiritual transformation.
We provide Tools for Living that encourage the practical application
of Universal Spiritual Principles to all of life’s circumstances.
Our aim is healing through the energy of love and
the revealing of our own Inner Light.
As an Omnifaith ministry, we embody Spiritual Oneness,
appreciate individualized expressions, and honor all paths that lead to Truth.

©2020 Inner Light Ministries