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  • How to Raise Emotionally Healthy Children

    Posted October 20, 2009 by Rev. Randall Gullickson

    How can I raise an emotionally healthy child Meeting The Five Critical Needs Of Children...And Parents Too!? Remember that the most important lessons you teach your children are communicated by the way you live, rather than by what you say. Although children are born with unique personaliti...

  • The 6 Slippery Myths Of Marriage Expectations …And The 5 Marital Expectations You Should Have

    Posted October 20, 2009 by Rev. Randall Gullickson

    Having marriage expectations is like kids opening their gifts on Christmas morning. Their heads are full of dreams, and the anticipation is almost as fun as opening the package. Not long after, reality sets in. A few dreams were not quite fulfilled, and the present that caused such a fever pitch of ...

  • How to Tell If Your Ex Wants to Get Back Together

    Posted October 20, 2009 by Rev. Randall Gullickson

    If your ex is showing you a little bit of interest, or seems more interested in going out and spending time with you than before, or if you notice signs that your ex is trying to flirt with you, then it's okay to be a little hopeful but you need to avoid getting ahead of yourself. Are you askin...

  • Steps to Getting Your Ex Back

    Posted October 20, 2009 by Rev. Randall Gullickson

    Did you just experience a break up? Are you wondering how to go get an ex back? Almost nearly every adult as experienced some kind of a break up, and most just work on moving on rather than looking for a way to get an ex back. But if you are over playing the victim and want to put some work in to ge...

  • 5 Ways to Get Back at Your Ex

    Posted October 20, 2009 by Rev. Randall Gullickson

    Relationships are delicate bonds that need to be built up and maintained in order to keep them healthy and allow them to prosper. Unfortunately, break ups do happen, and they are nerve wracking, stressful and frustrating. If you are involved in a relationship that breaks up, you may be thinking that...

  • The 5 Biggest Reasons Couples Break Up

    Posted October 20, 2009 by Rev. Randall Gullickson

    It seems the list of reasons for a relationship exploding is never ending. The things that annoy or enrage us about each other can sometimes seem so long it’s a wonder that anyone stays together at all. But when you stop looking at every minute individual thing, it’s possible to gather reasons toget...

  • One with the Universe

    Posted October 19, 2009 by Jaye Westermann

    i can feel myself, drifting into a place of co-consciousness with the Universe.  i am asking for healing, strength, beauty and truth.  i know that these are in abundance to me if i just reach into myself and find them.  i am One with the Universe, and the Universe finds me daily. ...

  • Where is GOD and where is exactly is HIS Kingdom?

    Posted October 19, 2009 by Seer Ashlamaz

    Believe it or not, this is the biggest question inside of everyone, that is still walking around- wide awake- yet still unconscious.    The reason they are still unconscious, is because, they have not yet discovered that they are, in essence GOD. Sure they can accept the fact that they a...

  • We should be ashamed of ourselves

    Posted October 19, 2009 by Rev Robert Fuller

     I think this forum was designed with the thought that, minister and friend's could exchange spiritual ideas, to up build one another up, study and worship God whatever you perceive him to be.         I myself have learned, cried and laughed on this site...

  • 21 Days of Prayer, Day 15, Prayer Unites

    Posted October 19, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Good Morning. It's 5:17 am and I am off to work. Have a great day! I'm looking forward to practicing letting go of my prayers, and praying .. for everyone today. Cheers   Just For Today “21 Days of Prayer-Day 15” Meditative Thought: “Prayer is a tool that unites the world.” –...

  • God did not create any religion(s).

    Posted October 18, 2009 by Winston Williams

    After years of studying the many religions of the world, I have come to understand one fundamental truth; God did not create any religion(s). All religions were developed as a result of man's interpretation of God's creation. Whatever God create is always universal. Which is to say that al...

  • 21 Datys of Prayer Day 14, Holding on to Tight

    Posted October 18, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Oh My! Do I ever know this one! Sometimes fear is so great when I am in need.. I am afraid to stop praying! And so far! for me, that hasn't worked.   Just For Today “21 Days of Prayer-Day 14” Meditative Thought: Prayer Treatment Step 6 – Release: Once you have said the prayer, you ...

  • Disappointment

    Posted October 18, 2009 by Rev. John Ferrario

    Over the past few weeks, I have received 2 emails from "females" posing as "members" who wrote to me having to do with meeting their love match and one wanted my email address as well. I did not join up to find mates or anything like that.  I am very disappointed that things like this are oc...

  • homily week of 10/18/2009

    Posted October 17, 2009 by Rev Robert E Wright JR

     Knowing Church teaching is essential to the exercise of faithful citizenship Column by Most Rev. Samuel J. Aquila, D.D. Bishop of Fargo Printed in the September 2008 issue of New Earth, the newspaper for the Diocese of Fargo Politics consists in the public conversations and decisions of ...

  • prayer for 10/18/2009

    Posted October 17, 2009 by Rev Robert E Wright JR

    Most holy aposle st jude faithful servent and fraind of jesus the Church honors and involes you universally, as the patron of hopeless cases, of things almost depaired of. PRey for me I am so helpless and alone. Make use I implore you, of that particulare privileges givenn to you, to bring visible a...

  • Who do we eddify when we cummunicate?

    Posted October 17, 2009 by Winston Williams

    I always hesitate before putting my opinions out there for the scrutiny of other people. Yet, there is an intrinsic need to be heard,  or at the very least, be acknowledged. The coscious mind of man is such that it wants to know, as well as to be known. Therefore, when we communicate, we not on...

  • Man & Wife

    Posted October 17, 2009 by Rev Robert Fuller

    Too often in our society gender has set the stage for all types of abuses.         In the fifties for the most part women stayed home and the men dominated the work force and as time passed this slowly changed however men still for the most part, statistically any...

  • 21 Days of Prayer; Day 13, Being Thankful

    Posted October 17, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Hi. Oh, I am glad today is over. Work started at 6 am, and for that i am up at 4:30 ! I was unable to get online before I left for work today. I wish I had been able; I like that way meditations  and prayers start off my day. Because i was unable to read todays, I practiced the suggestions ...

  • Premature Burials (and a few other minor mistakes)

    Posted October 17, 2009 by Bill Carleton

    PREMATURE BURIALS (and a Few of My Other Minor Mistakes) When I was a kid, I often echoed the words I’d heard from William Bendix’s character in the 1940s Life of Riley radio comedy series: “This is the Life!” When I felt good, I would feel even better if I could first puff out my chest, and the...

  • Testimony of a Chiastic Christian

    Posted October 17, 2009 by Bill Carleton

     Testimony of a Chiastic Christian   Please forgive any appearance of trying to be erudite or sophisticated.  I wish there were a simpler adjective than “chiastic.”  If you know of one, please let me know?  In my youth, I was even more of a dilettante, eager to show off me...

  • 21 Days of Prayer: I Know, Day 12

    Posted October 16, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Good Morning! Well, yesterdays prayer focus was about our unififcation. Skip sugggested a mantra of "God is, I am". By the time I go to work and settled into my routine, I had forgotten Skip's mantra, so I used one I thought was close, "I am one with God< God is a part of me, I am one with...

  • finding joy

    Posted October 16, 2009 by Jizo Hodo Thompson

    One who thinks constantly,        He deceived me        He hurt me Will never find peace        One who lets go of resentment and hatred            &#...

  • God forgives all sin but one

    Posted October 16, 2009 by Rev Robert Fuller

    I would ask you to take a look at the standard KJV Matthew 12:31-32 Where Christ himself states; Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but blasphemy of the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men. And whosoever speaketh a word against the So...

  • 21 Days of Prayer; Day 11

    Posted October 15, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Just For Today “21 Days of Prayer-Day 11” Meditative Thought: Prayer Treatment Step 3 – Unification: The unification stage is about awakening to our oneness with The Universe. “God is, I am,” is a defining affirmation that helped me to expand my Unity consciousness. During this step, I speak word...

  • 21 Days of Prayer: Day 10

    Posted October 14, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    HI. I tried to post this earlier today, but ran into some difficulty for some reason. God is everywhere! You may notice at times I choose not to use the word "god". I realized at a time in my spiritual growth, some time ago, the the Christian god I had grown up with had severe handicaps and limit...

  • Apology to Dr. Adrian

    Posted October 14, 2009 by Rev Robert Fuller

       I do not believe that I compared you to any ones flavor, and I do believe I did agree with you when it comes to the different translation and changes in scripture that have taken place over time.           I can even agree that millions have...

  • We Need to respect each other a little more

    Posted October 14, 2009 by Rev Robert Fuller

            I Knew you held religion in contempt!!! I've studied the Hebrew, Greek, Latin, for years and I'm the first to admit religion has evolved like many things. There has been one constant throughout the prophets and the new testament, as well as the lo...

  • Judgement without the facts

    Posted October 14, 2009 by Rev Robert Fuller

    I agree, I just believe we should be sure of the facts before we go off the deep end.                                    ...

  • Need sponsorship in Wisconsin

    Posted October 14, 2009 by Joanna Zarach

    Hi everyone, I am from Illinois, but I am getting married in Wisconsin next Saturday. We've asked our friend to perfrorm the ceremony and have come across this issue of sponsorship. I am looking for someone to sponsor an-out of state ULC ordained minister. If anyone can help me with this I...

  • Is the Christian Bible a MAN-made book?

    Posted October 14, 2009 by Dr. Anthony ADRIAN

    Here we go again.  I say MAN-made books due to the fact of my knowledge of theology history! I have heard it from nearly every Christian who corresponds with me. It is the statement that the bible-- being a perfect book, written by forty writers all inspired by God-- has remained unchange...

  • Sufi George’s Peace Talk

    Posted October 13, 2009 by George Arthur Lareau

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  • 21 days of Prayer: Day 9

    Posted October 13, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Good Morning. Thanksgiving Weekend is over for us up here. But being thankful never ends. This past weekend brought up some inner personal battles for me. Sarcasim, frustration, loneliness. Amazing how the mind works. So much to be grateful for yet a part of me struggled with the things missed, not...

  • Sex Offender and Commonsense

    Posted October 13, 2009 by Rev Robert Fuller

           What a subject !!!         We have a responsibility to keep the fox out of the hen house, however we also bare the responsibility to make darn sure the fox is really a fox, before we shoot the fox.     ...

  • Law & Grace

    Posted October 12, 2009 by Rev Robert Fuller

       I myself do not understand many things my God has done, but as Christ said; in John 3:12 If I have told you earthly things, and ye believe not, how shall ye believe, if I tell you heavenly thing?         Now as for forty years in the desert for the go...

  • 21 Days of Prayer: A Prayer Treatment

    Posted October 12, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Day 8. I could use a treatment !     Just For Today “21 Days of Prayer-Day 8” Meditative Thought: I attend The University of Transformational Studies and Leadership at the Agape International Spiritual Center, where we study a form of prayer called “prayer treatments.” I am asked qui...

  • Thought for Today... Time

    Posted October 12, 2009 by Rev. James Arrvia III

    A carpenter and his apprentices were traveling through the province of Qi in search of building materials.They saw a giant tree; five men holding hands could not encompass its girth, and its crown reached almost to the clouds. “Let's not waste our time with this tree,” said the master carpente...

  • My Mission

    Posted October 11, 2009 by Rev. Paul D. Ragsdale Jr

      Bond County, Illinois is not very well represented when it comes to Charity’s providing Clothing to citizens in the county. My hope is to provide some type of low income store to help those in need yet keeping those from taking what they don’t need.   I have been getting the message o...

  • Wedding Officiant Looking to Network with Other Ministers

    Posted October 11, 2009 by Terri Swadey

    I just performed my first wedding last month and enjoyed it tremendously.  My nerves settled the minute I saw the bride walking down the aisle; and throughout the service, I felt a great rapport with the couple, who later expressed delight in the service.    Now I am looking to find...

  • Science and Faith

    Posted October 11, 2009 by Rev Robert Fuller

               I would have to agree that religion does not prove the existence or non-existence of God. I would also point out that science does not prove the existence or non-existence of God, nor does science have an answer for where or what created t...

  • 21 Days, Day 7 Happy Thanksgiving from Canada!

    Posted October 11, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Good Morning! It is Thanksgiving here in Canada. I wish you all the best, may your prayers, dreams and goals all manifest for you and your loved ones. Here is a tough one for me. Having a local prayer partner. So, for me today, I will pray with you. My prayer is to find someone to stand with me ...

  • When will you start

    Posted October 11, 2009 by Jizo Hodo Thompson

    A young man eagerly described what he dreamed of doing for the poor. Said the Master, when do you propose to make your dream come true? The young man answered, as soon as opportunity arrives. Opportunity never arrives, said the master. It's here. _Anthony de Mello-   ...

  • rayer week of 10/11/2009

    Posted October 10, 2009 by Rev Robert E Wright JR

    Father Hear me when i call, O GOD of my righteouseness thou hast enlarged me when i was in distress; Have murcy upon me and hear my preayer.     Give ear to my words, O Lord consider my Meditations. For in death there is no remmberance of thee in the grave who shall give thee thanks. O Lor...

  • week of 10/11/2009

    Posted October 10, 2009 by Rev Robert E Wright JR

     he who said to the lord i shall not put the lords name in vain wich mean i shall not challange the word of the lord he who thougsh stones shall through the last stong before god. he is what ya think he is what ya are he will not come to you in the daysd of the end of time. on the last day he m...

  • I can do all things through Christ who strengtheneth me

    Posted October 10, 2009 by Rev Larry D King

                    Growing up, my dad was a Southern Baptist minister, so we were at church every time the doors were opened, and consequently, I have heard my share of sermons. Being raised in one very particular religion, I alway...

  • 21 Days of Prayer, Day 6 Jump in Anytime!

    Posted October 10, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Good Morning! Day 6. Jump in and start 21 days of prayer anytime. don't think you have to wait because you missed the beginning, day 1! Start on this day, then add the ones you missed at the end if thats what it takes to get you thinking in a new way. Todays message is about vibration, singin...

  • 21 Days of Prayer: Day 5

    Posted October 9, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Happy Thanksgiving Weekend! It is Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada. To my American neighbors, I wish you a great Columbus Day weekend!   Just For Today “21 Days of Prayer-Day 5” Meditative Thought: When is a good time for prayer? Prayer is our communication with our inner spirit; our t...

  • Thought for today

    Posted October 9, 2009 by Rev. James Arrvia III

    "TheRrisky Climb" In the middle of a storm, a pilgrim reaches an inn and the owner asks where he is going. “I’m going to the mountains,” he answers. “Forget it,” says the innkeeper, “it’s a risky climb, and the weather is awful.” “But I’m going up,” answers the pilgrim, “if my heart gets there ...

  • On Euro-Christian Judeophobia and religious majoritarianism

    Posted October 9, 2009 by Harry Underwood

     Even before Israel was created (or re-created) as a nation-state, the religion of Judaism was treated by both its adherents and detractors as a religion and ethnicity concurrently. For its adherents, the ethnicity was wrapped up within the religion after the forced disappearance of Judea as a ...

  • Crow Medicine

    Posted October 8, 2009 by Mother Crow .

      I have spent many years learning about Crow Medicine and living within its reality. And trust me not of my own desire to learn – this path is truly not a chosen path but literally takes you along kicking & screaming if necessary. You are so strongly guided along your path that there i...

  • A little bit about my beliefs and my history

    Posted October 8, 2009 by Rev. Charles Morris

    I believe in the power of my own/our own mind; that often overlooked part that some people might call an ESP.I don't believe in "Mind Reading" . I do believe that I am my own creator and my own destroyer and take the credit and consequences for each of these. I believe in the mag...

  • Wedding Ceremony

    Posted October 8, 2009 by Pastor Tom .

    This is the ceremony that I have used to quite a few couples. It was an example ceremony I found on  the web and modified heavily. Feel free to comment. The ----- obviously are replaced with the individuals names :)      OFFICIANT: All please gather around on this beautifu...

  • 21 Days ...Co-Creation

    Posted October 8, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Good Morning. Day 4. Yesterdays prayer and affirmation was a handy little one! I found myself slipping a couple of times into feeling sorry for myself, in a way I hadn't thought or noticed before. Just a little thought that ran through my mind, something like, "of for goodness sake, will you g...

  • Thought for today

    Posted October 8, 2009 by Rev. James Arrvia III

    *The Search of the Path* “I am willing to leave everything. Please, take me as a disciple.” “How does a man choose his Path?” “Through sacrifice. A path that demands sacrifice is a true path.” The abbot bumped into a bookcase. A very rare vase fell down and the young man threw himself to the fl...

  • A Very Spiritual Weekend

    Posted October 7, 2009 by Lady Shandril oc Arran

    This past weekend was a very spiritual one for me.  On Friday night, my family and I went to see the movie "Zombieland", an apocolyptic comedy starring Woody Harrelson.  That may not seem like a very spiritual act to many people, but my family is very dear to me, and we are all zombi...

  • When life hands you lemons...

    Posted October 7, 2009 by Rev. Shelli Schwengler

    They say when life hands you lemons, make lemonade, but if you're anything like me, you ruminate on why you were given the lemons to begin with.  I have been sitting here thinking of all the wonderful things that have happened to me this year, and there have been many, why do I ruminate on...

  • "21 Days of Prayer" Day 3: Why Affirmative Prayer?

    Posted October 7, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

      Good Morning. Yesterdays assignment was to note through the day my connect to god, the divine and all that it is; adundance, joy, love, .. and be those things.. be conscious of it. I found that I went along through the day like I normally would until suddenly something would remind me of t...

  • My First Wedding Will Always Be My Most Special

    Posted October 7, 2009 by Rev. Mike Spradley

    The reson my first Wedding will always be my best, is because I Married my Oldest Son to his first and hopefuly only Wife. It was a joy that I cannot explain. If there are any Ministers,Rev,Pastors,Bishops,Ect. out there that have also had the chance to Marrie one of there Children please reply t...

  • becoming an ordaine minister

    Posted October 6, 2009 by Rev.Frank Matwyuk

    I became an ordaine minister for a change in my life and maybe if all goes good open a church along with some kind of christian club for trouble teens so we can reach out to those who need some one to take them under there wing to guide them on the right path because I too was a troubled teen, so wi...

  • Homily of the week

    Posted October 6, 2009 by Rev Robert E Wright JR

     the lord said come to me and i will be your life and salvation. what he meanss do on to him what you do unto others which will come seeing all eyes of the  lord. He who comes to the lord will be with him for ever. The lord has come on this day to help all in his need we who love him will ...

  • Weekly Prayer

    Posted October 6, 2009 by Rev Robert E Wright JR

     Father Bless the children and people of the earth for one day our time will come. We who live in the lord prase the lord with all our hearts and soul. Father we as you for your fogiveness in this time of need we are all one gods children and need a little guidence in our life. We hope to serve...

  • "21 Days of Prayer" Day 2

    Posted October 6, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Last night I started my 21 day journey of prayer with Skip. I  found a small notebook, wrote down what my assignment was and the affirmation, then wrote my letter to God, to the Divine. I told God about my fears of strugglings financially, of the needs I have that must be met, and how my reques...

  • DISABILITIES AND FAITH

    Posted October 5, 2009 by Deleted Member

      WALKING BY FAITH 5 member(s) - led by MARY MO...

  • "21 Days of Prayer"

    Posted October 5, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Join me on a Spiritual journey wth one of my spiritual advisors, Skip Jennings.   Just For Today “21 Days of Prayer-Day 1” Meditative Thought: Edwene Gaines, spiritual leader, and abundance specialist, once said, “Do something for 21days and the practice becomes embedded into your consciou...

  • Is a cat killing a mouse murder?

    Posted October 4, 2009 by Cedric Gittens

    I'm having a debate with my girlfriend and I would just like a little outside feed back on it. I'm wondering is it wrong to take a innocent creature and turn them into a killer. My grlfriend feels it's a cat just being a cat. What do you think?

  • Quote

    Posted October 3, 2009 by Jizo Hodo Thompson

    It's not the years in your life that count, It's the  life in your years.                                    ...

  • I just don't know anymore

    Posted October 2, 2009 by Cedric Gittens

    I've always believed that everything happens for a reason. I always told myself life was hard to teach me a lesson. I was knock down so I would learn to get back up.  Now I just don't know. I felt that I was finally where I was meant to be and everything would be good now. However I f...

  • October

    Posted October 2, 2009 by Lisa Herek

    The month of October has always been my favorite.  This is when I recall the trials and triumphs of the past year, and begin to make my plans (hint: resolutions) for the coming year.  It's when I count my blessings, take inventory, and nurture seeds of hope for the year that is coming...

  • Serving the Higher Self

    Posted October 1, 2009 by Sean Snarr-Jones

      October 1, 2009 Serving the Higher Self The Ego In most spiritual circles, the ego gets a pretty bad rap. The reason for this is that the ego, to some extent, is the principle in our psyches that separates us from one an...

  • Why I believe

    Posted October 1, 2009 by Reverend Jim Hall

    I have tried to understand religion most of my life. Looking at what was taught and how people treat each other afterwards. I was tired of hearing that you need to worship Jesus and took a closer look at what I really heard and what was important.  I started to realize that what most religions ...

  • Merciful, Loving, Warrior, God

    Posted October 1, 2009 by Rev Robert Fuller

     Perhaps you do not understand because you are looking at "modern religion" and not the "Church" which are the obedient children of God. I must however agree that "modern religion" has become as the Pharisee. Children of God will always recall the mighty hand of God when he is angered.  &...

  • Hello:)

    Posted October 1, 2009 by Rev. Wesley Combs

                                      Hello to anyone and everyone who reads this. I'm very new to the ULC and I have to say that i�...

  • Happiness

    Posted October 1, 2009 by Jizo Hodo Thompson

    Our foolish ideas of happiness keep us eternally searching for the unfindable. Ensnared by these false thoughts, we do not recognize the joy that lies within us. -Venerable Wuling-

  • Full time ministry?

    Posted September 30, 2009 by Apostolic Emissary Clifford Crate

    Its hard for me to believe but God seems to be leading to a  full time ministry. This will mean a lot of travelling and meeting new people. It also means that I will have to come with some way to raise funds necessary. And this, in turn, means I will have to charge for services...which I d...

  • Disapointment

    Posted September 30, 2009 by Jizo Hodo Thompson

    Disapointment inevitably follows expectation. -Venerable Wuling-

  • Words of Encouragement

    Posted September 30, 2009 by Apostolic Emissary Clifford Crate

    Here in the last few days as I have been sharing God's plans for His ministry, I have been receiving such great words of support and encouragement. And I also consider myself blessed in that satan has been trying to throw doubt and fear on me, which only lets me know that I must somehow be on t...

  • What is the measure of a man/woman?

    Posted September 29, 2009 by Rev. John Ferrario

    How does one measure the a man/woman whether in be in life or in death?

  • The sweet-scented osmanthus is fragrant all over the city

    Posted September 29, 2009 by Apple Lin

    The sweet-scented osmanthus is fragrant all over the city The Mid-autumn Festival Hangzhou of season, will float all over sweet-scented osmanthus fragrant all over the city. I think if admire the full moon, have Pinghu autumn scenery of moon only, little that " whether the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomou...

  • Business Ethics

    Posted September 28, 2009 by Rev. Meghan Gurley

    Having studied religion and ethics for 7 years, and worked in ethics (business, non-profit, and government), I would love to hear y'alls comments on several issues I'm working on for a business school class. 1. How does religion fit into the workplace?  Everyone has some belief syste...

  • My Ancestors

    Posted September 28, 2009 by Apostolic Emissary Clifford Crate

    I thought I would share how I came to the full realization of Gods calling for me. I've known for many years that I God wants me to be a helper and teacher, but as for preaching and leading a church...that didn't come until I started searching my genealogy. I discovered my ancestors, the S...

  • Getting started.

    Posted September 28, 2009 by Mike Zehmisch

      Hey all.  I actually got ordained because two of my friends wanted me to marry them.  Religion has always been a big part of my life, so I had no problem doing it. I want to start a church, and am asking for any advice that anyone can give me. 

  • Three Treasures

    Posted September 27, 2009 by Brian Percival

    I have three treasures, which I hold fast and watch closely.  The first is mercy. The second is frugality. The third is humility. From mercy comes courage. From frugality comes generosity. From humility comes leadership. Now if one were bold but had no mercy, If one were broad b...

  • This is what it's all about!

    Posted September 27, 2009 by Rev. Dennis Ables

    This says it all, please check it out.   Cover Fridays: One Love - Bob Marley's MySpace Blog |

  • Needing Some Prayers!!!

    Posted September 27, 2009 by Mitchell Moore

    Had to rejoin to be a ordained minister. I have a very sick friend in the hospital right now and trying to get her to come to. This all started Wednesday. If at all possible can i ask that you all send her some healing prayers? She too was a minister here but may not be on the record anymore. Her na...

  • Back to the Beginning

    Posted September 27, 2009 by Apostolic Emissary Clifford Crate

    It looks as if I am not the only one, which is reassuring. God has placed it on my heart to begin the rebuilding of His basic Church with apostolic foundings. Have you noticed how much mans doctrines have taken over control of churches? When you look at my title (whcih I did not choisose...its too w...

  • How Children Learn

    Posted September 26, 2009 by Jizo Hodo Thompson

    I first read this in a doctors office years ago, and sence then I have always kept a copy hanging in our dojo / school. Many of you may have already seen it.  But I'm going to share it anyway.   CHILDREN LEARN WHAT THEY LIVE If a child lives with criticism, He learns to condemn. If...

  • Lesson 4 Wiccan Beliefs

    Posted September 25, 2009 by Rev. Jennifer Ollice, LMP

    Lesson 4 Wiccan Beliefs The Egyptians had many different practices, as did the Greeks and the Romans and the Celts. Wicca is one of the many that exist today and within Wicca there are many different traditions, all with slightly different practices and spiritual focus. All Wiccans do however sha...

  • PLEASE VISIT THIS SITE AND SHARE

    Posted September 25, 2009 by Reverend Larry Goodin

      HEY FOLKS,PLEASE VISIT FIRSTADAMBOMB.WEBS.COM AND REGISTER TO THE SITE.AFTER YOU HAVE REGISTERED PLEASE GO TO THE FORUM AND SHARE YOUR STORIES.WHAT YOU HAVE TO SAY MAY CHANGE LIVES.THIS IS A CALL OUT TO ALL CLERGY.I JUST STARTED THIS ORGANIZATION AND I NEED SOME HELP TO GET IT GOING.PEACE AN...

  • Judy Daniels 07-22-1947 to 09-25-2009

    Posted September 25, 2009 by Reverend Scott J Politano

    Hello again my Brothers and Sisters,   This morning, Friday September 25, 2009, Mrs Judy Daniels traveled home to be with our Lord in ever lasting life. Thank you for all your prayers, thoughtful comments and continous emotional and spiritual support for the Daniels Family. A brief service f...

  • Question of the Rapture

    Posted September 25, 2009 by Rev Robert Fuller

    Rev Robert Fuller 9/25/2009 1:43 PM I think two things are important to note here: When discussing the rapture we are not really trying to figure out when the Lord returns. No one knows this not even the Son. The second is that I think its important to note that no where in the scripture does the ...

  • Realize

    Posted September 25, 2009 by Jizo Hodo Thompson

    Changing the outside, Will not fix the inside. Ven.Wuling

  • Friendship

    Posted September 24, 2009 by Rev. Shelli Schwengler

    Today I was reflecting on the many people in my life that I had referred to as friends and realized that most had been nothing more than mere acquaintances, that I had used the word to lightly. A true friend is someone who stands by you through all times, the good and bad, through all decision...

  • A simple question or one that is not to be answered?

    Posted September 24, 2009 by Rev. John Ferrario

    When I was in college many years ago, I took a class in Philosophy where the professor was not all that much older than those in the class.  Yes there was a text that was rarely used and maybe one test other than the final.  When the final exam came at the end of the semester, there wa...

  • Our Calling

    Posted September 24, 2009 by Seer Ashlamaz

     Namaste`  Our calling is to BE, Conscious, and help others who are embracing our Spiritual Evolution, back to our first state, The Divine. There has never been a more crucial time for God's Speakers of Truth to BE as prevailing as we Are, in such a day and age. By accepting uncertai...

  • LOVE LIKE GOD LOVES US

    Posted September 24, 2009 by Almarine The Redeemed

    I am seeking to go higher in the Lord. Yes we all need more love. Love never fails. Love is not envious and Love seeketh not it's own. 1 cor. 13: 1- . Also the bible saids, Perfect love cast out fear. So Lord I want this great Love in my life. I seek God for it every day. I have found that I ha...

  • Islamic Spirituality

    Posted September 23, 2009 by Rev. Dr. (Imam) Hanif Koya, D.D.

    It is my opinion that spirituality of Islam is less understood. Often it is confused with Sufism. Because of so much of negativity about this faith, we tend to overlook the spiiritual side of Islam. I would be happy to hear from other friends on this site.   Thanks. Dr. H. Koya www.interfa...

  • VIEW THROUGH A WINDOW

    Posted September 23, 2009 by REVEREND SYNDIA-GREGORIA MORALES-ESCOBAR

    Two men, both seriously ill, occupied the same hospital room. One man was allowed to sit up in his bed for an hour each afternoon to help drain the fluid from his lungs. His bed was next to the room's only window. The other man had to spend all his time flat on his back. The men talke...

  • Word of the day 23 Sept 09

    Posted September 23, 2009 by Tony Mitchell

    Today's word of the day is:  Steadfast. One must be steadfast against the barrage of those that wish to bend your will to their own.  Stand Tall, stand true and never waiver off course.  Be true to yourself and have an open mind to allow for changes.  Adapt, improvise, Over...

  • Joy and Pain

    Posted September 23, 2009 by Jizo Hodo Thompson

    If we can only realize that the joy of others is our own, that the pain of others is our own. We will then foster only joy, and never again cause pain.

  • Word of the day 22 Sept 09

    Posted September 22, 2009 by Tony Mitchell

     Word of the day:  Intolerance It's kind of funny how our country was founded by those that were persecuted for their religion and in the course of history here in America, there is still religious intolerance to this day. Salem Witch Trials 1692.   Coexist people.  What ...

  • GOD HAS FULFILLED ALL OF HIS PROMISES TO ME.

    Posted September 22, 2009 by Almarine The Redeemed

    Oh I thank God for all the things God has showed to me, has now come to pass. I know it is the will of God because He has promised me so many things. I am thanking God for my new car, a new relatioship, a peaceful life, my best friends so many i can't even count them. Thank God for ...