In the Fellowship of Christ we talk a lot about moving from the Church to the Kingdom. In fact, this is the theme of Conference 2023! But what does this mean? Is there a difference between the Church and the Kingdom?
One's gender identity is how an individual feels in relation to their physical and spiritual being. In an effort of full inclusion, the following guide is offered to help the Saints express their gender in a way that show respect and confidence to one another in Jesus Christ.
Speaking to Joseph Smith Jr. on the creeds of man, the Lord stated “that all their creeds were an abomination in His sight” (Avahr 5:28). As such, the Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship shall have no creeds.
And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people; for unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord." -Luke 2:11
We can see and know by his example how important children are to Jesus. Pondering on this topic, I came up with 5 points on setting a good example for our children.
Fellowship Seventy, Allen Broadus has been invited, and accepted a role as Board Member of the Christian Universalist Association.
What is love? Is there a difference between God's love and mankind's ideas of love? Does God ever stop loving us? There is an idea out in the world that God will only love us "if." What must we do then to earn God's love?
The Word of Wisdom is an interesting doctrine of all Latter Day Saints and Mormons that accept some form of the Doctrine and Covenants share. While we all enjoy the blessing of the revelation, it seems that each sect interprets it very differently. What does the Fellowship do with it?
All holy books have truth and wisdom in them; yet we do not accept all holy books as scripture the way we do the Bible and Book of Mormon.
Priests and Priestesses are called to "preach, teach, expound, exhort, baptize, and administer the Sacrament; to visit the house of each member, and exhort them to pray.
The Teacher, known in Hebrew as a Rabbi, are men and women that have been called and set apart to watch over the Church, and ensure the Church meets often.
If we want to build Zion we must move from the Church to the Kingdom.