All Faiths Minister

Sue Garland, MBA, LMSW-IPR, NSW-C Consultant, Ministerial and Pastoral Care Services HealthCare Management Consultant / Coach DeepChange Certified SQi Coach

Ministerial and Pastoral Care Services

Edwin and Dian Williams Unity Ministers Edwin Williams Currently living in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Reverend Ed Williams is presently co-minister with his wife in this ministry. He was formerly employed at Venturetech as the Executive Assistant to the CEO and President. He additionally was the Executive Director of 501 c(3) non-profit; America in Recovery and was the Corporate Chaplain. He served on the ministerial staff at Unity Church of Christianity as the associate minister from June of 2003 to October 2009. Ed is a graduate of the Continuing Education and Ministerial Education Programs from Unity School of Religious Studies in 1996 and 1999. After having served twenty years as an officer in the United States Air Force, Ed was called into ministry in 1999. Ed served 4 years as co-minister with his wife, Reverend Dian Williams at Unity Center of Tulsa for over four years, before coming to Houston. Ed has a diverse background of experience and knowledge in both federal and civilian worlds. Ed holds an Undergraduate Degree in Microbiology and a Master of Arts in Management, specializing in Human Relations and Organizational Behavior. Ed is currently pursuing a Masters Information Systems at the University of Arkansas. Dian Williams Currently living in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Reverend Dian Williams is presently co-minister with her husband in this ministry. She previously was part of the ministerial staff at Unity Church as an associate minister from June 2003 through December 2010. She oversaw the Adult Education Program, Pastoral Care Services, and Wednesday Nite Live services. Dian became on ordained Unity minister in 1998. She has served as Board President for SCUCA, the South Central Unity Churches Association. Along with her husband, Rev. Ed Williams, Dian served as co-minister at Unity Center of Tulsa from 1998 through 2003. Prior to studying at Unity Village, Dian served as a registered nurse for eight years and spent seven years as a successful real estate agent. Dian holds an undergraduate degree in Health Sciences from the University of Redlands, Redlands California. Dian and her husband Ed have four children and nine grandchildren.

Reverend Bruce Garland is honored to be associated with Ministerial and Pastoral Care Services. As a graduate of All Faiths Seminary International in 2012, he represents all belief systems and spiritual paths as an Interfaith Minister. His personal mission is to promote understanding and respect among humankind by expanding the awareness, through education and advocacy, that all people are One. Bruce abides by the following guiding principles: 1.All faiths and religious paths affirm the same underlying truth, much as the grandeur of a symphony lies in its many instrumental harmonies and coloration. Being One, though, does not mean uniformity. 2.Seeking attunement to Spirit is the highest goal of conscious living. Whatever spiritual practices contribute positively to the unique creative growth of every person should be supported and encouraged. 3.In affirming an inclusive vision of “We”, each person can experience himself or herself as part of the global human family. 4.Each of us is an expression of Divine Nature as we each understand Divinity. As our awareness and understanding of Spirit grows, we became deeper reflections of that Spirit within us and the world around us. 5.Each person - indeed all life - is a part of the healing of the world. Each of us, as we fulfill our own highest good, brings this healing nearer to reality. 6.The interaction of different faiths enriches our awareness of Spirit in the world, and serves as a unifying vehicle to aid in the world’s healing through spiritual awakening. Bruce is a graduate of Pennsylvania Military College and is a combat veteran of Vietnam. He worked many years in distribution management before retiring. His extensive volunteer service includes facilitating grief support groups for children who have experienced the death of family members.

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably already wondered if you might need a coach. And if you’re wondering if you need a coach, you probably do. So read on, and see if I’m the coach who can help you get back on track. I'm Sue Garland, and I'm a Professional Life Coach, certified by the Coach Training Alliance. I'm also certified by Cindy Wigglesworth, founder of DeepChange™., to administer the Spiritual Intelligence Assessment -- a faith-neutral evaluation of one's innermost world view -- and to coach to the results of that assessment.