The Association for the Integration of the Whole Person (501c3 Religious)
The Association for the Integration of the Whole Person was founded so that spiritual persons, prepared to serve their communities, can do so in ways that assure the blessings of self-empowerment, psychologically and educationally, leading to peace for persons of goodwill.
Religious: “a cause, principle, or system of beliefs held to with ardor and faith.”
Spiritual: “of religion, sacred, devotional, or ecclesiastical; not lay or temporal.”
WINTER BULLETIN WITH MEMBER THUMBNAILS AND NEW MEMBERS
Happy New Year! Your quarterly reports are now due.
Member Thumbnails with Website Links (CTRL+click to follow link):
Temenos Fellowship of AIWP in Santa Cruz, CA offers support for people on a spiritual path. Rev. Janet Coster, MA, MA is a transpersonal counselor and spiritual director with a background in spirituality, music, dance and the performing and therapeutic arts. She also has worked in the field of gender reconciliation, in the US and in South Africa. Her book with Alan Strachan, America on the Couch: Dreams and Nightmares of Democracy, is described at americaonthecouch.net. Read more about Janet at satyana.org/janet.html.
Heavenwide Ministries of AIWP in Roswell, GA provides spiritual coaching to help with job transitions, aging issues, and relationships with adult children. Rev. Diane Y. Chapman is an inspirational speaker, author, and radio and television talent who currently writes about the challenges and changes that face Baby Boomers. She has written two books, numerous inspirational audiobooks, and writes online columns and blogs. Learn more about her at powerconnectionsinc.com or contact her at email@example.com.
The Center for Dialogue of AIWP in Oakland, CA works with people to deepen their ability to collaborate in a caring way with others, and to strengthen their capacity to engage in servant-leadership and community building. Dr. Marc Applebaum, Ph.D. is an executive coach and organizational consultant in the San Francisco Bay area, and is a practitioner of malamati Sufism. He is also a member of the psychology faculty at Saybrook Graduate School and is the creator of the collaborative scholarly platform PhenomenologyBlog.com.
The AIWP family welcomes these new and returning ministers:
Rev. Nicholas Bruss, Santa Monica, CA – Compassion LA of AIWP
Rev. Frances Fuchs, Santa Rosa, CA – Center for Healing Communication of AIWP
Rev. Maureen Gilbert, Suquamish, WA – Bainbridge Island of AIWP
Rev. Andrea Glasgow, St. George, UT – Heartfelt of AIWP
AIWP members who have at any time in the past written a book that is still available: we invite you to send in a brief write-up on your book to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Date of publication and purpose of the book
- Central premise: the core concept you are presenting
- Brief mention of a couple of highlights of the book
- Your education and experience that brought you to writing the book
- Your contact information and where to find the book
If you are currently in the process of writing a book, please let us know as soon as it is published.
AIWP members are spiritual seekers who endeavor to manifest their core values in their lives and through their AIWP ministries.
On behalf of Board President Libby Adams and Office Manager/Webmeister Richie Gibbs, I wish you all for 2015 a year of growing closer to “integrating your whole person,” and facilitating others to do the same.
AIWP Accounting Manager / Bulletin Editor.
Please mail all quarterly reports and donations to:
AIWP Accounting Manager & Bulletin Editor
P.O. Box 275
Petaluma, CA 94953