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For decades, Black spiritual leaders have been teaching New Thought principles, offering wisdom from their unique points of view and deeply held faith.

However, their wisdom has not always been available in New Thought narratives—hidden from history, like unmined gems.

Yet these leaders have been a core influence in the New Thought movement.

In the booklet Gems of Wisdom from Black Leaders of New Thought, modern leaders remember those who influenced them most—those in Unity and its Urban Ministerial School, Centers for Spiritual Living, and the Universal Foundation for Better Living, as well as Bishop Dr. Barbara King and Rev. Della Reese Lett.

May these memories, stories, and poems open your heart to the expansive teachings of New Thought with a more complete picture of its history.



To promote the celebration of Black History Month within your ministries, Unity has partnered with WomenSpirit to promote a collection of pastoral stoles featuring African Kente cloth. Each stole will be delivered with a copy of Gems of Wisdom and 15 percent of each purchase will be donated to Unity.


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