This 2020 has not been the easiest year for all of us. While it may be the case, the staff of the Power of Love Ministry shares what they are thankful for — big or small.
There are so many things that I am grateful for!
I am grateful to have been part of the AMAZING Power of Love team for 2 years.
I am grateful for all of the doggie pics I have exchanged with Glazy. I am grateful for the laughs I have shared with Gee Jay. I am grateful for their tireless work behind the scenes. I am grateful for the beautiful presentation skills of Arthur and Zhaira. I am grateful for the Marketing efforts by Kristine. I am grateful for the organizational magic that Shawne brought to our team. I am grateful for the “Triangle of Love” that is Angela, Linda, and myself. Working with women that have continually had my back and loved me unconditionally has been a truly healing experience.
I am grateful for our fearless leader and visionary Jennifer who I learn something new from in every exchange.
I am grateful for our new team members: Araba, Claire, and Dawn who are helping create the “next level” of love and support for 2021 and beyond. I am grateful for all of the volunteers who show up lovingly to facilitate circles, pray, and host Sundays With Spirit. I am grateful to all of the participants in our programs. It is all of you that create and support the jobs for all of us on the Power of Love Team to continue doing what we love.
I am grateful for being part of this community and for all of the support and growth that I have received that is allowing me to step into the next chapter of my life. I am grateful for all of those that show up in my life that I get to love and serve. I am grateful for all of the abundance and miracles coming our way today and every day.
Thank you all for helping me continue to become the best version of myself!
I am grateful for getting to work with this group (and more) of amazing humans and that Jennifer has allowed me to do so for the past 3 years. I love and appreciate Jennifer, this team, and the community that we get to serve.
I am grateful for my family during the seeming challenges we’ve faced this year, including the transitioning of my precious mom.
I am grateful for the healing tools I’ve gotten to use including drumming, chanting, meditation, yoga, and dance, especially when my cats join me.
I am grateful for the internet and all of the ways we can continue to be in a virtual community when in person is not possible.
I am grateful for all of the healing opportunities this year has offered us.
I am deeply grateful for all of the healing, clearing, and alignment of my mind and heart with my true SPIRIT essence.
I am grateful for my most amazing teacher and precious love, Justine, and for having the opportunity to witness and participate in her life’s unfoldment.
I am grateful my husband was able to travel to his home country Malawi, after 5.5 years being away, and for the healing that has occurred allowing me to feel 100% trusting and supportive.
I am grateful to have the privilege to work with the amazing Power of Love Ministry Team and for the work-life balance, I am so privileged to have as a stay-at-home mom.
I am grateful for the experience of filming daily ACIM lessons which are symbolic for me of my desire to step out into the light and be fully seen.
I am grateful for the freedom, joy, prosperity, abundance, creativity, and limitlessness I feel as a result of the forgiveness and healing work I’ve done with Jennifer Hadley and my many Mighty Companions in Masterful Living!
I am grateful for these photos. My family and I got to have a getaway for a moment from this stressful and unfortunate situation this year. Also, I got to bond with them during my mother’s birthday and gave this outing as her present for being a superb mom.
When you ask me what I’m grateful for this year, there’s only one word that comes to my mind — FAMILY.
This year has been tough for me, personally. From volcanic eruption, COVID-19 pandemic, typhoons, and loss of loved ones — name it. I have dealt with them all within this year.
But what kept me going is my family. The people that I cherish the most. My definition of family is not the one that you can find in the dictionary. Nope. Family, for me, are the people that stood by you, helped you, encouraged you through thick and thin.
From countless hours repacking and volunteering in the evacuation centers to providing entertainment and sharing their talents to the displaced kids due to Taal Volcano Eruption, my friends heeded my call for help. For that, I am grateful.
The POLM team, although I haven’t met them personally — I consider them my family. They are there whenever I need support. They would gladly take the extra mile just to help a team member in need. For that, I am grateful.
And lastly, my family. We may bicker and argue most of the time, but they are the people that supported me, believed in me, and walked with me every step of the way. For that, I am grateful.
A lot has changed this year since the pandemic, and it likely won’t be going back to being completely normal soon. The pandemic has taught us a lot, though. I think for many, we are resetting our priorities & learning life lessons especially by being grateful for every small little thing that most didn’t matter before.
I am grateful for so many things – Life, Family, Work, Career, Health, Shelter, Food, and many more… But if there’s one thing that I’m most grateful for within the Power of Love Ministry it would be the people – from my team members who I see daily how each of us communicates, learn and grow together – to all of the participants who continue to shower us with their support during this challenging time – THANK YOU! You are all amazing! It is all of you that holds the Power of Love Ministry and I can’t feel anything but grateful for being part of it.
I am grateful for Jennifer who supports me, develops my skills, and helps me grow. I have learned to embrace change and challenges based on her spiritual practice, and utilize them as “opportunities in work clothes”. Thank you for valuing one another’s hard work and dedication to strive and become not only better Power of Love Ministry employees but as a better person overall.
This Thanksgiving, to everyone, may the good things in life be yours in abundance, filled with love and good health. Love & Blessings! Mwaaahhhh!
Many things are happening in the society we’re living in. And I’d be lying if I don’t notice the wrongs, and there is so much about ourselves and everyone that we hope we could change. What I have learned is to not focus on these negatives, instead just embrace what I have and treasure and appreciate things that I am grateful for.
I am grateful for the roof above my head and the warm home that is keeping me safe and sound, knowing there are people who don’t have one. I am ever grateful for plenty of clean water at my disposal, knowing there are millions of people who don’t have access to drinkable water.
I am so grateful that I don’t have to be hungry, that I don’t have to scavenge to fill an empty stomach. Knowing there are hungry people around the world that don’t have proper means for food. I am grateful for the free pleasures of life, the sunrise, my peaceful neighborhood, and the nature parks I bike around. 🙂
I am grateful for the internet. I don’t need to buy 101s for dummies anymore! And I get to work and connect with people around the world. It’s amazing!
I am grateful for mountain biking and friends, for always catching up about everything, for all the climbs and rides.
I am grateful for my family, we don’t say and express our love much but I am thankful for the love and support I have had over the years – things would have been much harder without them.
I am grateful for Jennifer, the amount of teaching and consideration has made me more appreciative than ever of the opportunity I have with what I do for the ministry. I am grateful for Glazy who helped me from the ground up with our various tools and for being patient in training me until I learned the ropes! I am grateful for the “Triangle of Love”, or as I call them “Powerpuff Girls” for all the love and support! I am grateful to everyone in the POLM family!
I am grateful for our ministry! I am grateful for our community! I am so grateful for who we are and grateful that we get to do the things that we do to support everyone in our community! I am forever grateful for being a part of it. <3
– Gee Jay
I am grateful for not having been touched by Covid, to still have work during this pandemic, to still have my family, friends, and co-workers, to still be alive and well! I couldn’t ask for more! 🙏🏼
The best part about sharing my gratitude is realizing that I truly have so much gratitude! I never would have imagined that I had so much to be grateful for. Here are just a few of my gratitudes:
So thankful and grateful for my relationship with Jennifer Hadley and the Power of Love Ministry. I have been involved with the Ministry since I registered for Finding Freedom in 2014. I continued on to Masterful Living 1, 2, and 3 and onto the Ascension Pathway. Along the way, I am returning to my true self. At the beginning of 2020, I decided that I no longer needed the support of this community and decided to take a year off. With Covid and the loss of my job, I returned this summer. Not only did I rejoin Ascension Pathways class and the community, but I also took an active role behind the scenes, sharing and implementing the skills that I developed professionally with the team.
Every morning, I wake up refreshed and I look forward to working with our beautiful team to help the Ministry run smoothly. I never imagined that work could be so collaborative and full of love. The friends and support that I have received over the years are phenomenal – life-changing. I have a second family! I recently started the Spiritual Counseling Program and the healing that myself and others are receiving is beyond anything I could ever imagine.
I am so grateful for my family. It hasn’t always been sweet and simple but I am thankful that we have grown together over the years and that we are supportive of each other’s dreams. I am thankful for the love, laughter, memories, support, and guidance that we share. Although my mother passed away 6 years ago, she lives in all of us and keeps our family together. I am grateful that my mother’s Spirit lives in all of us!
This may seem silly but I am grateful for my Smartphone because it helps me to stay organized and connects me with my friends, family, work, and spiritual communities. My Smartphone allows me to capture beautiful moments instantaneously. Taking pictures reminds me that we can see beauty everywhere and how beautiful life really is!!