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  • an open book is a honest book

    Posted January 7, 2011 by Popette Aeris Sky Ritalee Shotts

    Being Honest is very important to all including ministers what does it mean? well sometimes a person wants not to say something till the right time its called ecclessiastic 3. there is a time for everything. well being honest is the most important thing in life. well let me just say i am a open book...

  • Marriage Equality For All

    Posted January 7, 2011 by Popette Aeris Sky Ritalee Shotts

    People say marriage should be between a man and woman i disagree a man and man and a woman and woman should get married because its love and love is all that matters. i do think if a person goes from male to female and marrys a woman its fine or if they marrya man its fine same with a woman who goes...

  • Instinct

    Posted January 5, 2011 by Fr. Mark DelAguaro

    Is it instinct or consciousness? Sometimes I look around and all I see are instincts. No real thoughts. Are we as humans only relying on instincts? Maybe we are not as intelligent as we seem. Maybe we are just another form of animal.

  • What If?

    Posted January 5, 2011 by Bill Duff

    What if we are all wrong about what we call religion, our beliefs, our faiths and our reason to be?What if this place we call Earth is a testing ground for our true spirit?What if we don't understand what that is?What if it has nothing at all to do with our minds, our thoughts, our beliefs?What if w...

  • Gaspar, Melchior, Balthasar and You!

    Posted January 5, 2011 by Kaye Andrews

      Better brush up on your French a little, because I am about to toss one to you!  Here goes.  Are you ready?  Doesn't matter, going for it anyway and here it is - Joyeux Noel, y'all!  I haven't lost my mind, no not yet!  However, some days, I really do think if my hea...

  • my little doctor

    Posted January 5, 2011 by Mikhail Rastashansky

  • who gives ideas?

    Posted January 5, 2011 by Popette Aeris Sky Ritalee Shotts

    this is a short blog about ideas and who gives them. you dont get them god gives em to you. so a tich man gets a idea he will thank most likely himself cutting god out and then he will become a athiest. me i want you to look after everything you own or want to own and say thanks god for inventing it...

  • to all persons shocked and abused by my poll

    Posted January 5, 2011 by Mikhail Rastashansky

    Dearest all I read that American society suffers from political correctness and mock hypocrisy. Nevertheless, I was unpleasantly surprised at the almost hysterical reaction to my  first poll about sexual reletionship.     But I was more surprised by the such a histerycal reacti...

  • 2011 New Years Message

    Posted January 4, 2011 by Patriarch ISAAC

    “Should old acquaintance be forgot, and days of Auld Lang Syne?”   Welcome 2011!  We have entered into another year that will surely be marked with resolutions and dreams by all.  However, let us not forget auld lang syne.  Auld Lang Syne means &ldquo...

  • timothy the weiner

    Posted January 4, 2011 by Mikhail Rastashansky

  • hollydays

    Posted January 4, 2011 by Mikhail Rastashansky

    i fall ill with a cold and a heavy flue. high temperature and a cough. feel so weak.

  • a thought i had

    Posted January 4, 2011 by Popette Aeris Sky Ritalee Shotts

    over the last year or so when my mom got ill till her death i focused on taken care of her, the ideas of me doing much was not logical or justifiable. having surgery for example wasnt feesable, buying a blackberry or a tablet wasnt feesable. or other items. mom passing and 2010 passed and 2011 is he...

  • Woes and Trials of Spiritual Awakening

    Posted January 4, 2011 by Rev. Carla Holland-Strange

    Wow what a journey this last 2 years have beens since I started my awakening to our creators love and plans.  It sure hasn't been a bed of roses for me..... lost everything twice..... was homeless..... had to reinvent myself as a business woman and as a child of the creator.  Thank God tha...

  • subsitutes

    Posted January 4, 2011 by Popette Aeris Sky Ritalee Shotts

    someone asked me what to do if you cant get the thing they wanted i said subsitute. it means  changing course excepting the next best thing in life. he said is it possible i said yes just love and be happy. he said how i said if you cant handle one issue change and compermise and do another tha...

  • To all my friends who's going through tough times

    Posted January 3, 2011 by Pr. William Barrett

    Sometimes in life you feel the weight of the world...It can push you down and make you fear it. It can cause stress and pain...but in those moments...remember all that you have done in your life and what great things you can do in the future...the feeling of burden may not subside...but the fire tha...

  • all that matters is love

    Posted January 3, 2011 by Popette Aeris Sky Ritalee Shotts

    so someone asked me if its ok t o love a guy whos haf a age of a woman and i said if she loves you bakck all that matters is love. they asked me if i ever dated a woman who was older then me and i said yes, 20 years older then me i loved her very much so if you find someone older i said go for it. t...

  • What is Your most Important Relationship?

    Posted January 3, 2011 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    My Most Important Relationship Is With My Source... There is no relationship of greater importance to achieve than the relationship between you, in your physical body, right here and now, and the Soul/Source/God from which you have come. If you tend to that relationship, first and foremost, you will...

  • things always happen for a reason

    Posted January 3, 2011 by Popette Aeris Sky Ritalee Shotts

    Everything we do we take for granted usually. when something doesnt go ourway we get mad and have a tantrum. things always happens for a reaon. you can be in a shop or online and say i want but its sold then your mad at yourself for not buying it. i was the same way till i relize i will stick it on ...

  • little and big probloms

    Posted January 3, 2011 by Popette Aeris Sky Ritalee Shotts

    i write this while i am thinking of the last blog i posted. it has to do with probloms. if you have small probloms like i do and worry about said small probloms i dwell on em and i dont put it in gods hands. if i have a big problom i try to fix it by putting it in gods hands. my  thing is if yo...

  • hapiness comes with in

    Posted January 3, 2011 by Popette Aeris Sky Ritalee Shotts

    how i find hapiness is by finding  it within as well as reading our holy books we have. i also find it through helping other people. i became a reverend to help people as well as teach them the good word of god as well as give advice and try to help all. sometimes i can say my hapiness is broke...

  • what a person wants and what a person needs

    Posted January 2, 2011 by Popette Aeris Sky Ritalee Shotts

    this discusses what a peerson wants and what a person needs. wants is a desire. many people want so much and have wishes lists. heck i  have 1 too but the main thing is people dont look at what they aquire the look at what they want. i go to the grocery store i see something and i say i want bu...

  • trying to hard

    Posted January 2, 2011 by Popette Aeris Sky Ritalee Shotts

    Being depressed and being bed riddin all day and plan to go back to it after dinner i cam to relize i am trying to hard to get my goals done if i follow gods hand and his wisodom things will fall into place nicely however since i am impatient and i get my hopes up and heart broken too easy i wonder ...

  • OMG! - The Candy Man

    Posted January 2, 2011 by Kaye Andrews

    See that picture below?  Do you now what it is?  It's "OH MY GOODNESS" wonderful stuff that's not necessarily good for us!  A sweet tooth's dream vacation - the candy aisle in your local grocery store! I have a sweet tooth as big as the Grand Canyon.  I love candy, anything ch...

  • My Own Favorite Cookie Recipe

    Posted January 2, 2011 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    3 C Flour                   1 T Baking Powder 1 C Sugar                  1 C Oil 1 C Hot Water         ...

  • An Indian Prayer

    Posted January 2, 2011 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    My Grandfather is the Fire My Grandmother is the Wind The Earth is my Mother The Great Spirit is my Father The World stopped at my birth and laid itself at my feet And I shall swallow the Earth whole when I die, and the Earth and I will be one. Hail The Great Spirit, my Father, without him no ...

  • It's Never Too Late to Be In Love

    Posted January 2, 2011 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    I am writing this to all the men and women who are somewhat lonely and need to try and find that ideal partner to share their life. They always say that life begins at 40, but that is not always the truth. For me it began at 50 and has been getting even better as the years now pass. I was bor...

  • Real Life Story

    Posted January 2, 2011 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    I want to begin by telling you a little about myself, my name is Liz and I was an abused child, not only physically but also sexually and mentally.  My parents divorced when I was 10 months old.  I never knew my mother until I was 21.  I grew up with 1 older sister and 1 older brother...

  • One Word

    Posted January 1, 2011 by Teri Robnett Duran

    A few years back, my husband and I decided that we wanted to do annual planning sessions for ourselves, just like we did for our businesses. What a great idea! To hear us, you'd think we'd come up with some brand new concept. Needless to say, the process took way too long, and we had way too li...

  • Catch 22 Sins

    Posted January 1, 2011 by Aaron Whitehouse

        I beleve most are familiar with the notion of a Catch 22, but for those who are not, it is a term used for "damned if you do, damned if you don't." It is a situation that many of us, if not all of us have been involved with. It is something that often enters my mind. How does one ...

  • In the End

    Posted January 1, 2011 by Fr. Mark DelAguaro

    And in the end The Love you take will equal to The Love you gave

  • Career Opportunity Awaits

    Posted January 1, 2011 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    In todays world more & more people are seeking ways to supplement their incomes, or looking at ways they can make a change in their careers. I can tell you that I could not be happier with the choices I have made over the years. One of the best decisions I ever made was to become a Private Investig...

  • The Tithe - Is It For Today - Lee Underwood

    Posted December 31, 2010 by Richard Harrison

    There is a great deal of pressure placed on people to give money — called a tithe — on a regular basis. I have seen many people agonize over this. If this is a Biblical, God-ordained procedure, why then does it put people in bondage and cause so much confusion? In these last days, many...

  • Why do Catholics call Mary the Ark of the New Covenant? Mary's

    Posted December 31, 2010 by Richard Harrison

    Answering that question will take us on a thrilling journey through the Old and New Testaments. For example, Luke wove some marvelous things into his Gospel that only a knowledgeable Jew would have understood—a Jew who knew Jewish Scripture and had eyes to see and ears to hear. One of the t...

  • Changing the world

    Posted December 30, 2010 by Reverend Gentry

    I wanted to change the world, but the world changed me.  I'm hoping to continue helping others.  Through spreading the words and truths of salivation I have been able to make a difference in the lives of others and myself.  This form of outreach is new to me and I could...

  • RIFF_RAFF IN THE CHURCH - SHOULD THEY BE LEFT BEHIND

    Posted December 30, 2010 by Richard Harrison

    Luke 15:1-10 All the homosexuals and the homeless and the drug dealers and sex workers and meth addicts and convicted child pornographers came to Jesus to listen to him. And the conservative evangelicals and the Bible scholars denounced him, “He is opening the door of the church to the w...

  • MEET THE ANAWIM - by THE ANAWIM SOCIETY

    Posted December 30, 2010 by Richard Harrison

    Meet the Anawim: The Poor in the Old Testament The term “anawim” in Hebrew means “the poor seeking the Lord for deliverance.” Although the term is only used some 23 times in the plural, the idea of God’s people being poor and delivered by Him is found throughout...

  • ANAWIM SCRIPTURES - by The ANAWIM SOCIETY

    Posted December 30, 2010 by Richard Harrison

    Below are some of the main passages that use the Hebrew term, “anawim”, defined as “the poor who seek the Lord for deliverance”: Psalm 9:18 The anawim will not always be forgotten, nor the hope of the afflicted perish forever. Psalm 10:17 O Yahweh, You have heard the desi...

  • DID GOD CREATE EVIL - OR SATAN, CHRISTIAN THOUGHT

    Posted December 30, 2010 by Richard Harrison

    We shall now procede to go off on a fascinating (and certainly controversial) topic.  CJB  Genesis 6:13 God said to Noach, "The end of all living beings has come before me, for because of them the earth is filled with violence. I will destroy them along with the earth.  We have read...

  • IN THE BEGINNING - A LOOK AT THE FIRST DAY OF CREATION

    Posted December 30, 2010 by Richard Harrison

    I’m going to deal with issues that some Christians might not have thought about. I’m also going to deal mainly with spiritual principles and important foundational things that I call God’s Governing Dynamics, which are laid out for us Genesis 1. Here there are Principles and Dynami...

  • WAS THE SABBATH JUST FOR ISRAEL

    Posted December 30, 2010 by Richard Harrison

    Here we discover two more important fundamentals: 1) that YHWH has blessed and made holy one day per week, the 7th, and 2) that He rested in that day so that all that He had created could, itself, produce and re-produce.  The first part of this is pretty straightforward; YHWH created everythin...

  • Church Replacement Theology is False

    Posted December 30, 2010 by Richard Harrison

    In light of this reality, His people are the one single born again people of Israel, who are spiritually saved, and redeemed, but who also have legitimate claims to being physically descended from Abraham, Isaac,, and Jacob. The second breakaway, ...

  • Marriage Preparation Manual

    Posted December 29, 2010 by "General" Hafeezah

    A MUST HAVE IN EVERY HOME! The Relationship Workbook Set is now Available!!!!!!!!!!! Before You Say, "I Do!" By Author, “General”  Hafeezah, is available for only $49.99 This two book, His/Hers Workbook Set, is the perfect tool for getting to know your beloved before you marry....

  • Prayer Animal Poem

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Daniel Clark

    When the time comes...   If it should be that I grow weak, and pain should keep me from my sleep; Then you must do what must be done, for this last battle can not be won. You will be sad, I understand; but do not let grief then stay your hand. For this day more than all the rest, your Lov...

  • Prayer for a Decreased Animal

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    Laying your power hand on or over (if right handed it's your right hand) the animal and say: Small friend, in the name of the Gracious Lady, Do I bid you forget your broken shell. It can serve you no longer. I bid you in the name of the Patroness Remove all that is Wild and Free, To go beyond...

  • What More Could A Mother Want?

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    This story started in 1971 in California, I was underage pregnant and pretty much homeless. I had been travelling around the country and really did not have a place I could call home. I would get work in all night diners as a waitress so that I would have a roof over my head and food in my stomach. ...

  • A bit of useful advice - verified by the Dorset Police

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    This actually happened to someone's daughter. Lauren was 19 yrs old and in college. This story takes place over the Christmas/New Year's holiday break. when an UNMARKED police car pulled up behind her and put its lights on. Lauren's parents have 4 children (of various ages) and have always told...

  • Wiccan Handfasting Ceremony

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    Priestess speaks: Welcome, friends, as we gather to celebrate the marriage of Bride and Groom.  Divine One, I ask thee to bless this couple, their love, and their marriage as long as they shall live in love together.  May they each enjoy a healthy life filled with joy, love, stability a...

  • PAGAN MARRIAGE CEREMONY

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    The following wedding ceremony was written to provide for Pagans who must of necessity be wed in the presence of those who are not pagan and are perhaps unaware that the bride and groom are pagan. [PRIEST] We have come together here in celebration of the joining together of ____bride______ and ____...

  • Navajo Wedding Blessing

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    Now you have lit a fire and that fire should not go out. The two of you now have a fire that represents love, understanding and a philosophy of life. It will give you heat, food, warmth and happiness. The new fire represents a new beginning - a new life and a new family. The fire should keep burning...

  • Apache Wedding Blessing

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    Now you will feel no rain, for each of you will be shelter for the other. Now you will feel no cold, for each of you will be warmth to the other. Now there will be no loneliness, for each of you will be companion to the other. Now you are two persons, but there is only one life before you. May beaut...

  • Cherokee Wedding Prayer

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    Great Spirit in heaven above, please protect the ones we love. We honor all you created as we pledge our hearts and lives together. We honor Earth Mother - and ask for our marriage to be abundant and grow stronger through the seasons. We honor Wind - and ask we sail though life safe and calm as in ...

  • Pagan Definitions

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    Abracadabra A word from the Jewish mystical tradition of Qabala. Its root is the name of the Gnostic deity Abraxas, meaning "hurt me not". It is said to possess magickal powers, especially of protection from illness. ABSENT HEALING A form of faith healing that involves the projection of positive he...

  • The Do's and Don'ts of Witchcraft

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    From the WLPA Informative Leaflet Witches do not do evil - We believe that doing evil and harm is against all ethical and moral laws. Further, Witchcraft tells us "An ye harm none (not even yourself), do what ye will". Witches do not worship Satan - We do not have a Satan/Devil or any all-evil dei...

  • Principles of Wiccan Belief

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    As Adopted By The Council Of American Witches Witch meet, April 11-14, 1974, Minneapolis, Minnesota The Council of American Witches finds it necessary to define modern Witchcraft in terms of the American experience and needs. We are not bound by traditions from other times and other cultures and o...

  • Handbook for Chaplains

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    The military has prepared a book for the guidance of its chaplains when dealing with a soldier of a non-traditional faith. The book is: "Religious Requirements and Practices of Certain Selected Groups: A Handbook for Chaplains" (1990) It can be ordered from: USAF Chaplain's Service...

  • What is it Like to Grow Up in North Carolina?

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    When you are born and raised in the beautiful state of North Carolina, you learn to be the best person you can be. You are a daughter or a son of the South, which is rich with Southern Hospitality. In North Carolina, you learn how to be tolerant of others, to accept others for who and what they are ...

  • Things You May Not Know About North Carolina

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    North Carolina has total of 100 counties and the city of Raleigh is the state Capital. The state is located on what is known as the Atlantic Seaboard of the United States and in the Southeastern part of the US. Its bordering states are South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia. North Carolina ...

  • What Does It Mean To Be A Pagan?

    Posted December 29, 2010 by Priestess Elizabeth Mason

    I get this question all the time and the only way I personally know how to answer this question is to simply say, that being a pagan is not a disease, but a way of life.  How we live our lives everyday determines what we are. I personally live my life the way that I feel it should be lived, ope...

  • Be The Miracle That God Made You To Be!

    Posted December 28, 2010 by Kaye Andrews

    Be The Miracle That God Made You To Be! I just a few short days, it will be another Monday, but a new year!  My normal routine for Mondays and Wednsdays mean I am up at 5:00 am, showered; dressed; dog pottied - fed - and medicated; to-go breakfast made with hot cocoa in a to-go cup (with...

  • Registering as a minister/clergy in Massachusetts

    Posted December 27, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    Thought this may be helpful to other people as well wanting to register as a minister/clergy or wedding officiant. You just need to fax your letter of good standing and a copy of your certificate to the secretary of state. attn: tim coughlin fax # 617-727-5914 //   You have to send a fax eve...

  • LOVE And The Church

    Posted December 27, 2010 by Bishop Craig Norman Om4c/ MK/OCC/ MWD/BUSA

    I want to open with We has Ministers are The Embassador's Of God's Love on this earth, This is a very imporatant position that The Spirit has imparted to us. So What is God? God is the very thing we have faith in a Higher Power that can guide and effect Our Steps, choice's, thoughts, a power that is...

  • being a witness of jesus

    Posted December 26, 2010 by Brother Jerry (Geno) Berry

    There was a man sent from God, whose name was John. John 1:33; Mal 3:1; Matt 3:1; Mark 1:2; Mark 1:4; Luke 3:3; Luke 7:27; 7 The same came for a witness, to bear witness of the Light, that all men through him might believe. 8 He was not that Light, but was sent to bear witness of that Light. i beli...

  • Irritable Brain Syndrome

    Posted December 26, 2010 by Gerald Henthorn

    It’s very early in the morning of December 26th, the day after Christmas.  A lot of people I know tend to get down in the dumps this time of year, way down in the dumps.  I can’t remember getting that way.  I was raised in a Jehovahs Witness household, so we didn&rsquo...

  • Abundance

    Posted December 25, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    If you’ve read the Old Testament, you probably noticed that God blessed and took care of the Israelites.  He abundantly blessed them as long as they were obedient to His ways.  He told them that they would have great success and prosper if they learned and followed His laws. (Joshua ...

  • A Lost Soul!

    Posted December 25, 2010 by Justin Strutton CHUC,UT,MT,CENA

       Have you ever felt that you are walking in a long dark hallway with no windows, no given direction, and not understanding or knowing what you should do.  I do not know what path that I follow, because I do not fully believe in any one religion fully. I believe in God, but I do not ...

  • Journey to Silent Night

    Posted December 24, 2010 by Kaye Andrews

    for this one blog, please click on the link below http://katydid-lifesmorsels.blogspot.com/   Merry Christmas Kaye Andrews

  • Who or what is the "Comforter" mentioned in the gospel of John?

    Posted December 23, 2010 by Anthony Archer

    In the New testament John writes that Jesus said he will send a "Comforter". Who, or what does he mean by this statement? Some say the comforter is Muhammad. Others say this can not be so because Muhammad did/does not glorifiy Christ. Is the "Comforter" yet to arrive? Will a comforter ever arrive? I...

  • Isaac's Christmas Pastoral Message 2010

    Posted December 23, 2010 by Patriarch ISAAC

    O lux beatissima, Reple cordis intima Tuorum fidelium As we have begun to enter this joyous season of Christmas let us all take a moment to reflect on what this message means for us. Tonight churches around the world are celebrating the birth of our Lord, Jesus The Christ.  If yo...

  • Blessings

    Posted December 23, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    In the book of Deuteronomy, we find God telling his people that if they will keep his commandments he will make all of their work plentiful, increase their cattle and cause abundant fruit to grow. (Deut. 30:9-10) Though this was thousands of years ago and God was talking about farming, we can still ...

  • Run With The Eyes of a Devil...and keep him in your dreams...

    Posted December 22, 2010 by Pr. William Barrett

    I was at my grandmothers home lying down on her floor on a matress one night...i felt something trying to scratch at me like a puppy trying to get warm in  the cold...i let it roll off my shoulder...it happened and whatever it was got bigger. i tried reaching over and my hand wouldnt go anyfurt...

  • I must confess...I felt like a MONSTER

    Posted December 22, 2010 by Pr. William Barrett

    From the time I was 12 til the time i was 17, I felt "different," No, not different as how i am now. I mean different as in...There's something...something deep inside of me that I couldn't keep caged. I started losing my temper, the people that had the gift could see black aura's around me. When i ...

  • Giving

    Posted December 21, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    Most of us can relate to giving someone a gift, or blessing them with money, or assistance, and walking away with such a joyful heart!  Simply giving out of a generous heart and not expecting anything in return.    We live in such a materialistic society.  Greed and envy covet ...

  • Your wedding day

    Posted December 21, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

     A wedding day is a celebration of love and of life. It is a celebration not to create a bond or a union, but rather to rejoice in the one that already exists. It marks the continuation of a journey, the next step in ensuring that all that a couple shares now shall deepen and grow stronger thro...

  • Solstice Dream

    Posted December 21, 2010 by Bill Duff

    The dream started with me and a group of others throwing sticks on the roof of a very high building, and the sticks kept sliding off.  Then I said let's go in, and the group followed me up a flight of stairs to a doorway that led to a large hall.  The hall was a mixture of black and white,...

  • PLURALISM

    Posted December 21, 2010 by Rev. Dr. Dean And Rev. Barbara Rose

    PLURALISM Exclusivity, inclusivity, and pluralism are the three broad approaches to the question of religious diversity in the 21st century. Vatican II, under the leadership of Pope John Paul II , changed Christianity from the exclusive view it had for centuries into a more inclusive view thereby...

  • Thank you. Bless You

    Posted December 19, 2010 by Pr. William Barrett

    Hello friends and all who may read this. I would like to personally thank the 2 most influential people i've met on this site. 1.) Bishop J.W. Stansell: Thank you brother. Thank you for being the one to welcome me to my new home in this website. Thank you for giving me your insight and helpin...

  • SOLSTICE SENSIBILITY

    Posted December 19, 2010 by Deleted Member

    The celebration of Winter Solstice (also known as Yule) is one of the oldest winter celebrations in the world. THE SOLSTICE THIS YEAR IS ON TUESDAY DECEMBER 21st. When people were hunters and spent most of their time outdoors, the seasons and weather played a very important part in their lives. Bec...

  • Taking Care of yourself

    Posted December 19, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    Small Steps Eat healthy foods and exercise. It sounds so simple doesn’t it? Just about everyone has the ability to do this, but yet so few follow through. It's all about choices. Changing eating habits is a choice and a process. Gradually reduce consumption of unhealthy foods and add healthy f...

  • Six - Christmas Mojo

    Posted December 19, 2010 by Kaye Andrews

    Oi vai!  Holiday shopping!  Is this picture you? Every year, I promise myself and try very, very hard to calm those down around me about gift buying and the "keeping up the Joneses" mindset.  It is absolutely not necessary!  It is "meshugeh".  Not familiar with Yiddis...

  • "Jesus is coming: - is here !!!"

    Posted December 19, 2010 by Rev.Shane Andersen.DD(Hon)

    "Jesus is coming, is here !!! " ....... Message by Rev. Shane Andersen DD Let me first commence by throwing in a few different TIME LINES & explanations in right now... which may help to explain the difficult situation I'm in, by preaching on BOXING DAY. The day AFTER the BIRTH of CHRIST JESUS.......

  • Talents/Creativity

    Posted December 18, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    God is such a creative spirit! Just look around and take in the beauty and uniqueness of our world as well as human beings. Not one human is exactly like another. That takes creativity and an endless reservoir of inspiration and talent. God has given each of us talents and passions. Perhaps yours li...

  • Difficulty -

    Posted December 18, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    Most people will agree that life is full of unexpected twists and turns as well as bumps in the road. No matter one’s race, religion, background, financial status, ect., difficulties come. Do you realize that as believers in God, we have...  moreDifficulty -Most people will agree that lif...

  • Marriage Preparation Workbook Set

    Posted December 18, 2010 by "General" Hafeezah

    www.GeneralHafeezah.com I've authored the complete workbook set for couples contemplating marraige.  A MUST HAVE! Anyone desireing to complete the discovery process BEFORE they gte married shoould consider this set of books.  Having been married 4 times, the Biography is borne out of exp...

  • Hypocrisy?

    Posted December 18, 2010 by Pr. William Barrett

    DISCLAIMER!!!!!!: This blog does not represent my current views...just questions i've had for years that have went unanswered!!!!   1.) The bible says that God will not put more on your shoulders than you can bare. If that's the case then why do people commit suicide because they can't take t...

  • Open Peace Ministries

    Posted December 18, 2010 by Pastor Jason Patterson

    Hello Every one God has placed it on my heart to start up a ministry. This has always been something that I wanted to do for some years. God is has giving the tools and wisdom to go for it.  If you are inserted in getting involved, or if God has placed something on your heart that you ...

  • A Little Advice for a young Pastor?

    Posted December 18, 2010 by Pr. William Barrett

    Where to begin??? Well I'm 20 years old.  I've recently became a pastor because of the obvious reasons, and to make my late grandmother proud...wherever she may be. But I question myself...not about being ordained...but with other things as well. I still listen to the heaviest of Metal Music, I...

  • Meditation does'nt Have to Be a Religious Thing

    Posted December 17, 2010 by Sean Snarr-Jones

    Loading...   Olivia Rosewood Posted: December 17, 2010 09:07 AM Don't Worry: Meditation Doesn't Have to Be a Religious Thing Really, it's not religious. It is merely the momentary pause of thought. It is as religious...

  • What does God think about work?

    Posted December 17, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    Have you ever wondered what God thinks about work? Do you think he wants us to work or not? Let’s take a look at what he says in Genesis. God created the earth and that act was his very first “work”. The Bible records that he thought his creation was, “very good.” (Gen....

  • Living

    Posted December 17, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    The disasters and happenings over the course of the past century, whether man made or cosmic, have shaken and shattered the belief of man in himself, his being, the creator, convincing him firmly of the frailty of human life, and the ultimate futility of human endeavor. Yet, we go on. In the wo...

  • Restore Yourself

    Posted December 17, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    As we age, we tend to become more and more tired.  Perhaps we are not getting enough sleep, or are overly stressed, or haven’t taken care of our bodies very well.  Whatever the reason, fatigue can set in.  When we find ourselves in seasons like this, it is important to first, be...

  • Positive expectations/Faith

    Posted December 16, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    “If you can believe it, you can achieve it!”  Perhaps you’ve heard the previous phrase before. It may sound too good to be true, but there really is such power in having positive expectations.  Living with an attitude of expectancy, or having faith as the bible describe...

  • Marriage is God’s design

    Posted December 16, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    God said that he did not want Adam to be alone so he made Eve to be his mate.  God designed their union to be special, namely, husband and wife.  (Gen 2:18, 21-24) This union was the first recorded “wedding” in Christian history, thus, the institute of marriage was God’s ...

  • Nine - To Bethlehem and Back By Squinting!

    Posted December 16, 2010 by Kaye Andrews

      I found this amazing picture on the web.  Isn't it cool!  As we take another step closer to Christmas Day, I had to share this with you.  It's just beautiful and in a way, it goes along with the next part of the story leading us to the day of celebration of the birth of Jesu...

  • Twelve, Well Maybe Not

    Posted December 15, 2010 by Kaye Andrews

    No, today is not day 12 in the countdown to Christmas, it is day 10. I had worked on a series of stories for the 12 day countdown, and in the middle of the night Monday, I woke up with the impression that I needed to start fresh and bring the stories to you with an entirely different outlook. So...

  • While Living

    Posted December 15, 2010 by Danny Schierl

    A quote from the movie/graphic novel V for Vendetta: Evey: Vi Veri Veniversum Vivus Vici... V: "By the power of truth I, while living, have conquered the universe". ----- At some point, I would like to achieve this kind of greatness. No, not physical power I can touch and measure, but rather, it...

  • A question for the Christian ULC ministers

    Posted December 15, 2010 by radar pangaean

    Brothers and sisters,I have been browsing through some of the bios of the other ministers here. I'm very curious about something. Many of the ministers here appear to line up with the interfaith/no-faith policy that seems to me to be central to the core value of the ULC. It seems to me that being a...

  • This site's software

    Posted December 15, 2010 by radar pangaean

    The software used on this site strips carriage control from the posts i make in comments on the message board. When i compose a reply, i break it up into paragraphs to improve legibility. Once i submit it, the software strips out my blank lines and posts it all as one big paragraph. Could that ...

  • Chasing the wrong carrot

    Posted December 14, 2010 by Patriarch ISAAC

    All of us at some point in our lives have had dreams and goals. We have set them as the dangling carrot in front of our face to encourage us what we are working towards. For some of us though, it may seem like that carrot is a mile away and never getting closer. Every time you believe you have just ...

  • Moving forward

    Posted December 14, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    Pursue your dreams Do you have a dream job? Have you pictured yourself working in a career that you absolutely love? Most of us have but the sad news is that the majority of people are working in a job that they do not like. For various reasons, they continue on day after day, countless hour after h...

  • Don't worry....Be happy

    Posted December 14, 2010 by Oracle Claretta Taylor Pam

    I remember years ago hearing the song, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy,” and thinking to myself, “If only it were that simple.” According to an article in the New York Press, Americans are, on average, only 69% happy. (Seligman, M.E.P, 2002, Authentic Happiness, New York: Free P...