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Does Mary and AJ go to church?

Posted: Sat Aug 29, 2015 3:27 am
by Pam
Does Mary and AJ go to church? And if they do what kind of church do they go too? Do they have their own church that they have started? And does anyone go to their church? What is their statement of faith? What is the worship music like or is there any worship music? What types of songs do they sing when they worship the Lord? Is AJ an ordain minister?

Re: Does Mary and AJ go to church?

Posted: Sat Aug 29, 2015 4:11 pm
by Rita
Hi Pam.

As far as I know, the short answer to all of your questions is 'no' or 'none'.

I guess one could say one worships God (and honors any human being as well as oneself) by being humble, being loving and truthful in everything you think, do, feel, speak, and living a life in harmony with God's Laws. (Like Jesus in the first century)

Any place can be 'church', any music can be church, even any meal you eat can be an act of 'worshipping' God.

It's your soul's desire and intention to be connected to the Father/Mother every moment
in whatever you do and be open to receive His/Her Love.

That's how I remember it. AJ did speak about it.
Anyone correct me please if I am wrong.

I wish there would be some songs and rituals to praise God etc as I was used when I grew up. I miss it sometimes and then I just sing by myself.

I know of one or two people who wanted to start a prayer group or a group to worship
God here around Kingaroy years ago. One said she emailed AJ but didnt get a response and figured it's not what he would promote or support.
The group met a few times but then enter everyone lost interest.

Re: Does Mary and AJ go to church?

Posted: Sun Aug 30, 2015 1:05 pm
by Rita
Rereading my post! Correction.
Out of memory one group was a prayer group and another one a group singing songs to praize God.

We figured it would have been out of addiction wanting weekly groups to praize and connect to God.

Re: Does Mary and AJ go to church?

Posted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 12:04 pm
by ben
Hi Rita I think your response to Pam's question is right, but can community gatherings still promote connection with God. My thoughts would be 'yes' but only if people were sincere. I still attend some church services and volunteer to read, it can at least get people to self reflect, although I know that doesn't mean automatically connecting to God. What do you think?