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Author • International Motivational Speaker • Difference Maker

Difference Maker Temple Hayes – Rebel, renegade, resurrected a thousand times, Temple is a prophet and mystic for our time.

temple hayes aboutTemple Hayes is a difference maker, spiritual leader, author and international motivational speaker. Rev. Hayes is an ordained Center for Spiritual Living Minister and an ordained Unity Minister. She is currently CEO of First Unity Spiritual Campus, a New Thought center, in St. Petersburg, Florida that transcends religious denominations, embraces all ethnicity, and reaches beyond national borders.

Temple is currently serving on the leadership team of the Association of Global New Thought. She is a successful radio host on Unity FM with her show, “The Intentional Spirit” and reaches people throughout the world. She is the author of “The Right to Be You” and “How To Speak Unity”, by Devorss Publishing. Her latest book, “When Did You Die: 8 Steps to Stop Dying Every Day and Start Waking Up” is an Amazon bestseller.

Temple is also the founder of Global Peace Workers – a 501(c)3 which focuses on Peace Through People Initiative. GPW brings relief through products, services, and education which provide assistance to help Humanity transcend to a greater sense of empowerment and positive change. Additionally, Temple also founded Life Rights – a 501(c)3 dedicated to education, teaching and supporting the awareness of valuing life in all living things creating a world longing for peace. Because of Temple’s dedication to Life Rights, she has been awarded with the People of Distinction Humanitarian Awards in September, 2016.

The SOFI Project, is a non-profit organization founded by Temple that rescues and rehabilitates dogs and cats globally that is headquartered in Tampa Bay, Florida.

From the Blog

Close calls are calling for your attention.

Close calls are calling for your attention.

In his book The Youth Builder, Jim Burns talks about the importance of building up young people with affirmation and trust. What he says about criticism applies to every age group: For every critical comment we receive, it takes nine affirming comments to even out the negative effect in our life. Most young people receive…

The law of life is a life of growth.

The law of life is a life of growth.

The misunderstanding of spiritual truth is that we will reach a plateau and want to stay there.. Perhaps we will never have all the areas of our life exactly where we want them to be – that’s like saying we eat today for tomorrow- We desire more and better and greater- it’s our nature.. -The…

Embracing the Dark

Embracing the Dark

Often many of us search for answers from ancient stories and storytelling. When we refer to any new creation that is to birth within our own consciousness there is light and there is darkness. There is the part of ourselves that believes our new to be true and there is the part of ourselves which…

Moving Beyond Your Story

Moving Beyond Your Story

It is not always easy for people to allow their old belief systems to die so that their new beliefs can move them from impossible to what is possible. People often become so attached to a story even though the story isn’t working. Why would we not be willing to go in a new and…

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