Some folks call us "marginalized", but that doesn't have to be and it can easily be said that the time for that is over! Every religious movement has a time when it wasn't in the mainstream. At one time, Buddhism consisted of Gauthama Sakyamuni Buddha and his followers, of whom 12 were especially close to him (does that sound familiar?). And yes, Christianity began as Yeshua Bar-Joseph and his 12 disciples. And Yeshua was Jewish, a movement which began with only Abraham and his wife Sarah. The Mormons were once a small group of followers of Joseph Smith who were forced out of Nauvoo, Illinois. And what of us? There are certainly enough people - and even corporations - who seem to be able to make a living supplying the material goods to help our spiritual needs, such as books and magickal tools. So, it seems to me that if we all stood up and let ourselves be counted, we'd be in the mainstream - and perhaps larger than some of the groups who try to marginalize us. And what might we be able to do to bring this about? More directly, what can each and every one of us individually do that will help bring this about? Three things - and they are within the grasp of each and every person who sees this vidcast! Blessed Be!
Religious programming that actually works! "Midweek In A Very Different Pastor's Study" is a short midweek examination of issues we deal with, and a sort of "bonus" for listeners of "The Secrets In Plain Sight" and "Church Back Home", and it also functions as a bridge between the two. "Mass For The Shut-Out" is a celebration of The Divine.