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Unity Happy Hour


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Are you searching for some levity and humor on your spiritual path? Then listen in to Unity Happy Hour with your hosts Reverend Ogun Holder and Ted Collins, dean of Unity Institute® and Seminary and vice president of education and retreats at Unity Village. Ogun and Ted are two regular dudes with jobs, families and average everyday lives whose paths crossed while at Unity Institute®. They often find themselves gathering socially with friends, talking and bantering about the spiritual aspects of everyday life. Somehow they got a microphone and a radio program and now they are bringing their unique perspectives, witty humor and cast of friends to the airwaves on Unity Online Radio. Each week this spiritually-seeking hosts will have spirited, humorous (and somewhat irreverent) discussions about current events, family, culture and really anything under the sun, set against a backdrop of spirituality and personal growth. Bring your authentic self and join the discussion each Monday at Noon Central. Ned Kelley was a co--host on Unity Happy Hour from January to November 2010. To learn more about his current activities, visit his website at Jim Blake was a co-host of Unity Happy Hour from January 2010 to June 2011. He is taking all that he has learned from his education at UI and Happy Hour and is now on a new adventure in global energy management. Become a fan of Unity Happy Hour on Facebook. The ideas and opinions expressed on this program do not necessarily reflect the teachings of Unity. Unity respects a wide range of spiritual thoughts and beliefs, as reflected in the diverse range of subjects presented on Unity Online Radio.

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