A True Fellowship

We are a people, from many nations, who gather in small groups on a regular basis to study the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. We think together, discuss together, pray together, and play together in order to learn to:

We have chosen to do this together in order to establish throughout the world a "revolution of love" so powerful that the division and animosity separating people and nations will be reduced and replaced by the spirit of forgiveness and reconciliation as modeled by Jesus.

Jesus said this can only be accomplished by the transformation of the human heart by the power of God. This hope and effort causes us, little by little and step by step to begin to:

In the process of this, we as a global fellowship of friends are learning to become better citizens, not only as part of our own nation, but also as citizens of the world. We are learning on a day-to-day basis what it means to "love God and to love our neighbors as we love ourselves". We call ourselves brother and sister according to the command of Jesus.

We are learning to love and forgive our enemies. We are experiencing, in some small degree, the liberating power of "doing unto others what we would want others to do unto us."

We are certainly far from achieving this kind of fellowship or family of friends, but we are moving toward it with great expectation . . . .

This is what Jesus meant when he said, "Come and follow me."