Urantia Towards Light & Life

(Editor’s Note: Mining the Archives is a collection of articles that have been published in various newsletters over the years and have been lying buried in the archives. A team of volunteers have been “mining the archives” for the gems, so now we can bring them into the light of day to share using modern-day technology.) … read more of Urantia Towards Light & Life.

Poem by Leith

(Written during the Warburton conference VIC, 1990) I’m composed and full of feeling I’m en-wrapped in silent healing The air flows cool in the Father’s mountains There isn’t much to say How we spend each pleasant day, But know, deep down within, That God’s Spark is close to Him Our walks of life take different … read more of Poem by Leith.

Living the Ascension Plan in Terrestrial Human Experience

The Plan of the Spirit (Presented at Urantia Association’s International Conference in Dourdan, France, July 2002) With your spiritual eyes anointed, you would see the heavens open and behold the angels of God ascending and descending.  And many of us, while functioning in the government of the Father and the universes of the Sons, are … read more of Living the Ascension Plan in Terrestrial Human Experience.

On the Cosmic Background

(Presented at the ANZURA Conference in Mooloolaba QLD, October 2018) Based on a presentation at the ANZURA Conference 2018, here is another attempt to build bridges between modern science and traditional religion, concentrating mostly on their differing approaches to knowledge. Science is fundamentally about more knowledge and its test for value is how well the … read more of On the Cosmic Background.

President Report

The recent tragic events in Christchurch underline how quickly our lives can change and how turbulent our times have become. The global phenomenon of the 24-hour news cycle and the proliferation of social media have certainly contributed to the increasing incidence of social unease and distress.  At such times, isn’t it wonderful that we, as … read more of President Report.

New Zealand Corner – Autumn 2019

Into 2019 and it’s been a year that we could easily call “stormy” so far. The world seems to be tossing and turning more violently than ever before, and down in Aotearoa it seems as though the war has been power-punched into our own breadbasket with the recent tragedy in Christchurch. But I’ve been reminded … read more of New Zealand Corner – Autumn 2019.