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The “2×2=MORE” in Croatia

Six hearty Urantia travelers, with 300+ pounds of Urantia Books and JANR’S, CD’s and materials, shared their hearts and souls at Mystique Organica in Zagreb,

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A Report from Portland

We have been attending the Portland BMSE more frequently than other expos. This expo occurs in the spring and the fall each year. To me

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How We Grew Godward at IC’14

Many old friends were reunited and new relationships formed among the more than 350 attendees at the Urantia Book Fellowship’s International Conference in Amherst, MA

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Readers or Ministers?

This last weekend a group of us came together for an exploration into what it is to be a minister. Through workshops, group processes, personal

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Mystery of Mysteries

The day I write this post, the world is utterly obsessed with the missing Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777 airplane. Humans are naturally drawn to mysteries,

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Reflections on Christianity21

Angela Thurston Reflections on Christianity21 This winter, I attended Christianity21, a three-day conference in Denver, CO that was billed as an invitation to “live a

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Inner for Outer

I’ll be glad to blame this good news on the 2×2=More project of the Northern Lights Society in Alaska.  Since being one of their outreach

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Study Group at TLC

I have started a Urantia study group, in Phoenix, in the most unlikely place that I could have ever imagined.  At least it would have

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2×2=More / Asia

What a world of difference an ocean makes!  The Philippines varied greatly from the book fair in Central America.  Although both countries are predominately Catholic, Asia felt

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Reflections of Fellowship

Three different experiences from participants in your YaYA Committee’s recent conference in Las Vegas, NV. Anteneh Tadesse (brand new reader) Greetings My Bredren and Sistren

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