I help spiritual seekers find their life purpose and joy in God.
A Walk in the Light
Dedicate 10 minutes every day to quiet your mind, connect with God and enjoy a peaceful Advent. Learn about Centering Prayer and Contemplative practices in a weekly live session and participate in a Contemplative Service on Sunday afternoons. Let your light shine during this beautiful season.
Hello and a warm welcome!
I am Bettina Schuller,
a Spiritual Director, Life Coach, Author of This is Living! Practicing the Presence of God and a happy mom of two wonderful daughters, Maya 30 and Sophia 24.
I am glad you are here! You will find many wonderful ways to connect with God, yourself, and other spiritual seekers.
Grounded in the Christian faith, I invite people from all faiths and walks of life to partake in the spiritual offerings, friendship, and guidance you will find here. No matter how this moment in life finds you, you are welcomed and celebrated here. We are all on a spiritual path, seekers and learners, here to fulfill our destiny according to God’s yearning for us. Let’s connect and walk together!
For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. —Jeremiah 29:11
This is Living!
If you have ever wanted to feel connected to God in everything you do but don’t know how, This is Living! is the book for you!
Offering 40 meditations and prayers, this book goes beyond the theoretical and theological into the practical. It is about experiencing the Divine moment by moment in ourselves and other living beings and while we are living our day-to-day life. This is Living! is about experiencing the extraordinary in the ordinary, the Holy in the midst of life.
God’s Presence in Life-stories
From Pain to Passion to Purpose to Peace.
Join me in my conversations with ordinary people who live extraordinary lives, spiritual seekers like you and I who have learned to live in the Presence of God and transformed their pain and passion into purpose and a peaceful life.
My friend Ann Douglas lost her son Freddy in the attack on the South Tower on 9/11.
Ann shares how she transformed the pain of losing her only son by staying in the Presence of God and not losing her faith in a benevolent God.
The way Ann sees God in all events of life, including the most painful moments, is a gift to all. Ann made her childhood pain of being severely bullied and the pain of losing her son into a gift for all children. Betta Place and FreddyFrog offer free resources and help teachers stop bullying.
Please check out Ann’s beautiful website FreddyFrog.org
Dan Udy shares how he struggled with alcohol addiction early on in life and how an almost fatal accident at the age of 17 was his big wake up call.
In his adult years, Dan had a mental break down where he lost touch with reality. He spent time in a clinic and was introduced to yoga during that time. He healed with a regular yoga practice, meditation and prayer. Dan shares with a vulnerability and openness that is rare among adults. God’s grace is present in every word Dan shares with us!
Sherry Somerville was 30 years old when she lost her mother to cancer. She was 62 when her sister, who was also her best friend, died of cancer.
Sherry shares how God has given her the gift she asked for, and the strength she needed to walk this journey with her sister. Sherry’s gift to us lies in her deep faith in God. She shares how a devastating illness like cancer can also be a gift when we invite God into all our life circumstances!
Sherry is the president of the Mary Lou Fraser Foundation for families, named after her mom, Mary Lou Fraser. www.frasercenter.com