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“ It is time to move from the Old Spirituality to the New Spirituality, to let go of Yesterdayís God and to embrace Tomorrowís God. The message here that Tomorrowís God will be separate from nothing, is a radical message. It is also a very important one-perhaps the single most important message of the New Spirituality. And it is the one element that is missing from most of the worldís theologies. The New Spirituality will never condemn traditional religion, but seek always to include it in the process by which divine truth continues to be revealed. There are far too many treasures in your religious traditions to abandon them. The future of humanity with regard to religion is not about desertion, but dissection, not about rejection, but rejuvenation ”
CwG Study Groups
Find A Study Group Near You
What Is A Study Group?
CwG Study Groups are formed and meet locally in one's own town or neighborhood. Most groups are born out of a desire to gather together with friends or other CwG readers to discuss, question, share and build a sense of community around these powerful messages.
Is your Soul yearning to connect with people to learn more about the messages in Conversations with God? The groups listed below are newly forming, or have already formed, to study the concepts and principles found in Conversations with God, and would welcome more participants. Please give them a call or send them an email to find out more about them and how you can join. Our lists are current and based upon information we've received from the facilitators. The groups that are listed are the only ones we know about.
If you are unable to find a local study group, you may want to check our listing to see if there are any groups online. However, if you feel called to do so, you may want to consider starting your own. JR Westen is our CwG Study Group Coordinator and will gladly offer you support and/or answer questions through email on doing that. You may reach JR at firstname.lastname@example.org
All CWG Study Groups are run independent of the ReCreation Foundation.
How To Start A Study Group
The decision to facilitate a study group is an incredibly rewarding commitment not to be taken lightly. While we commend and encourage anyone choosing to step up and facilitate the process of assisting people in attaining clarity with life issues, we want to make clear the heavy impact and commitment that accompanies your role as a study group facilitator.
Study Group Requirements
Anyone touched or moved by the materials can begin or lead a study group so long as the purpose of the group is to allow each person to arrive at their own wisdom. Further, we ask facilitators to follow general guidelines outlined by Neale Donald Walsch.
All CwG study groups are owned and operated by groups or individuals in their home communities, and these groups have no administrative or financial relationship with Neale or the ReCreation Foundation. It is therefore not necessary to obtain permission from us, or anyone, in order to open such a study group.
Some of these study groups are run as non-profit organizations, and some as profit-making ventures. We seek, and have, no control over programs, operations and activities undertaken by them. We spiritually and philosophically support any outreach effort or undertaking in the world that reflects the ideas, concepts and messages found in the With God book series. We are pleased to supply start-up as well as continued support and education to these study groups, and to anyone, upon request.
We ask that you keep the Study Group Coordinator updated with changes effecting your contact information. It will be the responsiblity of the Faciliator to notify us also when your group stops meeting so your listing may be removed.
For more information on CwG Study Groups please contact JR Westen at email@example.com.
IMPORTANT NOTE: To assure that your email receives attention and is not mistaken for 'spam,' please place the words "Study Groups" in the subject line.