In the Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship we fully accept the LGBTQ community. We will marry and/or seal same-sex couples for all time and eternity. The Fellowship fully supports all marriages based on unity, love, and a committed relationship with God.
There is no material gain we can achieve that will fill the void in our spirits. Only Jesus Christ can do this.
A question many ask is: “What is the Church Age? What is the Kingdom Age? What is the difference?”
The Sisterhood of Christ is doing more than give women a voice in the Lord’s Fellowship; it is extending the keys of the priesthood of God to any woman who feels called of God to do His works.
The early Christians were different than what people see Christians as today. They were pacifists, they enjoyed communal living, and their focus was on love. One might say they embodied the spirit of ubuntu.
The 10 Words are known in English as the Ten Commandments. Jesus didn’t come to end the Law but to fulfill it. He did so not only on the Cross but also in his life’s work and his teachings.
When one enters the ministry they are ordained to the priesthood. We are then, being clean, given the Garments of the Priesthood. In the Book of Remembrance, the Lord God sends Raphael to teach us the deeper symbolism of the Garments
As I lay back down in bed, She and the five Graces remained fully in my presence as I fell back asleep. When I awoke later in the morning, She was still standing over me with the Five Divine Graces gathered around Her.
The home congregation should remember that the point of the worship is Jesus Christ and the Sacraments. Those speaking should preach of Christ.
The athame is likely the least known tool. The Smith family is known to have at least one athame, the Mars Dagger.
The cup or chalice is the easiest of the tools to identify and understand due to its use in the Sacrament of Communion.
This is an interesting concept, love thy neighbor as thyself. Sure, it’s not unfamiliar to Jews, Christians, or really any religion. This statement reflects the point of all world religions.