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Deidre Knight
(215) 703-8202
Philadelphia, PA
Coaching Types
Life, Spirituality, Relationship
Rates
$50/Hr
Gender
Female

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Vicki Kramer Nathan
(267) 519-9164
Philadelphia, PA
Coaching Types
Life, Spirituality, Performance
Rates
$we'll discuss what program works best/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
MFA, Kaizen Muse Creativity Coaching

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Chrissy Staleny
(201) 406-9931
Wood-Ridge, NJ
Coaching Types
Spirituality, Relationship, Life
Rates
$75/Hr
Gender
Female

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Devita Allen
(609) 297-7052
Pennington, NJ
Coaching Types
Life, Relationship, Spirituality
Rates
$$50.00 and up/Hr
Certifications
New Life Coach Inc.

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Michele Campbell
(917) 251-9840
Rutherford, NJ
Coaching Types
Life, Leadership, Spirituality
Rates
$75/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
I'm certified in Evidence Based Coaching through Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, CA

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Debbie Wallace
(215) 237-3436
Philadelphia, PA
Coaching Types
Life, Spirituality, Christian
Rates
$Negotiable/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
Hard Knocks

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Asttarte Deva
(610) 801-2822
Bala Cynwyd, PA
Coaching Types
Relationship, Spirituality, Life
Rates
$based on agreement/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
CYT, CRM, MCC

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Sharon Pannone
(817) 201-6036
Roosevelt, NJ
Coaching Types
Life, Spirituality
Rates
$45/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
Coaches Training Institute Certificate

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Meena Singh
(973) 440-8427
Stanhope, NJ
Coaching Types
Spirituality, Performance, Entrepreneurship
Rates
$195/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
ELIMP

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Center For Counseling
(856) 985-9091
19 E Main St
Marlton, NJ
 
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Spirituality, Christianity, The Nativity of Christ, Sermon by Leo the Great

Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

by St Leo the Great

All share in the joy of Christmas.

Our Savior, dearly-beloved, was born today (Christmas day): let us be glad. For there is no proper place for sadness, when we keep the birthday of the Life, which destroys the fear of mortality and brings to us the joy of promised eternity. No one is kept from sharing in this happiness. There is for all one common measure of joy, because as our Lord, the destroyer of sin and death, finds none free from the charge, so He comes to free us all. 

Let the saint exult in that he draws near to victory. Let the sinner be glad in that he is invited to being pardon. Let the gentile take courage in that he is called to life. For the Son of God in the fullness of time which the inscrutable depth of the Divine counsel has determined, has taken on him the nature of man, thereby to reconcile it to its Author: in order that the inventor of death, the devil, might be conquered. And in this conflict undertaken for us, the fight was fought on great and wondrous principles of fairness.

Truly foreign to this nativity is that which we read of all others: "no one is clean from stain, not even the infant who has lived but one day upon earth." Nothing therefore of the lust of the flesh has passed into that peerless nativity, nothing of the law of sin has entered. 

A royal Virgin of the stem of David is chosen, to be impregnated with the sacred seed and to conceive the Divinely-human offspring in mind first and then in body: she learns from the angel that what is to be wrought in her is of the Holy Ghost. Nor does she believe it loss of honor that she is soon to be the Mother of God. Her implicit faith is confirmed also by the attesting of a miracle, and Elizabeth receives unexpected fertility: in order that there might be no doubt that He who had given conception to the barren, would give it even to a virgin.

Therefore the Word of God, Himself God, the Son of God who "in the beginning with God," through whom "all things were made" and "without" whom "was nothing made," with the purpose of delivering man from eternal death, became man: The true God and true man were combined to form one Lord, so that, as suited the needs of our case, one and the same Mediator between God and men, the Man Christ Jesus, could both die with the one and rise again with the other.

Rightly therefore did the birth of our Salvation impart no corruption to the Virgin's purity, because the bearing of the Truth was the keeping of honor. Such then beloved was the nativity which became the Power of God and the Wisdom of God even Christ, whereby He might be one with us in manhood and surpass us in Godhead. 

For unless He were true God, He would not bring us a remedy: unless He were true Man, He would not give us an example. Therefore the exulting angel's song when the Lord was born is this, "Glory to God in the Highest," and their message, "peace on ea...

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