Last spring Janelle Mazza and David Fabe participated in the first event in this series. Ask them if it was powerful. That one took place at Urantia Foundation. The next one is at IC 14, and it should be even better. Here’s the pitch.

Said Jesus, “Let me emphatically state this eternal truth: If you, by truth co-ordination [the truth of the gospel and the truths of science], learn to exemplify in your lives this beautiful wholeness of righteousness, your fellow men will then seek after you that they may gain what you have so acquired.” (155:1.5)

So let’s learn truth-coordinated living together starting now! If you are interested, write to Jeff Wattles (jwattles@kent.edu). He has fifteen years of taking students through experiential projects in truth, beauty, and goodness; and he will guide you as you develop, pursue, and perhaps prepare to present your project in our July workshop. Of course, you are welcome to do as much or as little as you have time for.

If you act promptly, you’ll be able to catch Jeff’s internet Gospel School at the time when it starts to focus on this project—about two weeks after this invitation appears on Urantia Now. Although this experiential approach to education is based on The Urantia Book, it takes some time to get the hang of it. Jeff will send you materials to help you get started. You already have ideas about living Jesus’ gospel of the Fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man, but living the truths of science will be new. And co-ordinating these two dimensions of truth will be your adventure of discovery with God!