Rhona is a second-year student at UWSI. She is blessed to be the Spiritual Leader at Unity of New Westminster, BC Canada. She enjoys learning about universal spiritual principles, the message of unconditional love that was taught by Jesus, and the metaphorical and metaphysical insights that we may learn from scripture. Rhona holds a degree in Economics and a diploma in Chemical Engineering Technology.
Eliasa is a second year student on a part time track with graduation in the fall 2020. A mother of two, a ministerial student, and a active member of Unity of Kansas City North she is delighted to have been invited to share and build in her spiritual gifts in this way.
In ministry, she serves as a Chaplain, Platformer, part of the Leadership Team and then near and dear to heart the Youth of Unity (high school) Ministry Coordinator. She has spent the last 14 years of her career with the State of Missouri working as a liaison between systems serving the citizens of her state. She holds a Bachelors of Arts in Social Psychology and a Masters of Social Work with training emphasis in crisis intervention and mental health; all which she feels has set her on a path to support compassion, personal growth and embody the teachings of Christ to live fully in gratitude.
She will say sharing in prayer is the most intimate connection we can have as we acknowledge the stillness of peace and the fullness of God in each other awakening to potential and promise.
Randy is a second-year student at Unity Worldwide Spiritual Institute. He is the Spiritual Leader of Unity Southeast In Kansas City. He has been featured on Unity.fm and continues to be a innovator, and voice in the future of the Unity movement. His ministry received a $50,000 Helping Unity Grow Fund from Unity Worldwide Ministries. When not at the church, in school, or on the soccer fields, Randy is the owner of Imprestige Media Marketing in Prairie Village, KS. Randy has two daughters Hanna age 20 and Isabella age 9. "I am open and receptive to being instrumental to the future of the Unity Movement."