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WHAT THE PRESS SAY ABOUT SPIRITUAL LIFE COACH, EILEEN EPPERSON

Read about Eileen in the following press articles. Click the purple bar to display more detail and download pdf file.

Eileen steps in to assist the Unitarian Coastal Fellowship

The Unitarian Costal Fellowship of Morehead City has announced its association with the Rev. Eileen L Epperson of Beaufort, who will assist the fellowship in various leadership functions during its ministerial search. Read the full article here...

Talking, listening and perhaps ending religious violence

Salisbury - Eileen Epperson coaches her clients in how to let resentments go. In December she will be bringing a similar message to the Parliament of the World's Religions in Melbourne, Australia. Read the full article here...

Countering holiday suffering with truth

The holidays are not all about bright lights and good cheer. They are also about fatigue, stress, sadness and loneliness - the counterpoint to all the high spirits and goodwill that are the expectation of the season. Read the full article here...

Eileen gave workshop at Parliament of World's Religions

One hundred years ago in September 1893, a unique gathering was held in Chicago, Illinois. As part of the Chicago World's Fair, the Parliament of the World's Religions brought together men and women from 41 of the world's different religions and denominations. Read the full article here...

"Day of Interfaith Dialogue" Session

Conway - like John Lennon once envisioned in his song "Imagine," Eileen L. Epperson also hopes for the day when "all the people are living in peace." Read the full article here...

Minister is on a Mission

Marlboro - it was an unlikely group of roommates: a Presbyterian minister, a nun and a self-proclaimed witch. But for Eileen L. Epperson, it symbolizes what her whole life is about. Read the full article here...

To read articles written by spiritual coach Eileen, click here to view her Let Resentments Go website.

 

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