It has been a busy few months in God’s Way organisation since the last update. With a new year almost upon us it is a good opportunity to review some (not all) of the projects and events that have happened this year.
Firstly God’s Way Ltd thanks all its donors and gift givers large and small. Every contribution is greatly appreciated and contributes to company running costs, projects and activities that are designed, created and implemented by God’s Way Ltd members and volunteers.
My name is Pete Lytton-Hitchins and I am a volunteer within the Eco System Recovery Programme of the God’s Way Environment Branch.
The Environment Team has recently commenced a new project within the Eco System Recovery Programme called the Terrace Project. In time, God’s Way Ltd will produce extensive documentation about the loving principles guiding this project and the exact method we are using to implement it. Today, I’ll give some background, briefly describe the basic premise and objectives of the project, and then explain how God’s Way Ltd went about purchasing some heavy machinery that will be used in this and other God’s Way Environment projects.
Registrations will soon be closing for the next instance of the God’s Way Ltd and Divine Truth Pty Ltd combined volunteer selection project.
This instance of the project will include 14 contact days over a five week period in the Wilkesdale area of Queensland, Australia.
The Volunteer Selection Project was created for people who wish to volunteer for either God’ s Way Ltd or Divine Truth Pty Ltd. It is designed to assess if participants have a sincere desire to give gifts to the world in harmony with God’s Way; including a desire to humbly address emotions that are out of harmony with Love and with giving gifts.
Completion of this project is compulsory for anyone wishing to become a regular volunteer for either Divine Truth or God’s Way Ltd.
You can read about past project instances here.
If you are interested in attending further details follow
Welcome to the First Divine Truth Studio Production Report.
This is Lena here. In these production reports I will be sharing about topics and presentations that were delivered at the Divine Truth studio, personal experiences and reflections about those presentations, as well as the lessons learnt during the training and volunteering for the Divine Truth production team.
This post shares of the activities we got up to in June, July & August at the Divine Truth studio. You will read some details about the activities of the Divine Truth Production Team, including some of the training God’s Way Ltd members are receiving in all aspects of video and audio production.
I volunteer at the Divine Truth (DT) studio as the video and audio editor and live video switch operator. I am also a member of God’s Way organisation. I work closely with another volunteer Eloisa Lytton-Hitchins, and together we assist Jesus & Mary with recording Divine Truth material.
June, July & August were productive and full of activities at the DT studio. We completed several types of training, recorded multiple themed discussions, three mediumship sessions and started a new feedback session. If we were to add up the length of the video footage from these presentations it would equal 26 hours, plus 1.5 hours for God’s Way Ltd material.
By nature of the God’s Way constitution and the selection processes for members and volunteers, every individual within the organisation shares a common vision and values. Fundamental Facts, Principles and Values guide God’s Way Ltd and determine the model and methods for business operations.
God cleverly designs his creations with the ability to recover from degradation and return, not only to their original state, but beyond this into an improved condition.
Due to the emotions, intentions and actions of humans in opposition to God’s Laws, environmental degradation of the earth has occurred over many years.
The aim of the God’s Way organisation’s Eco System Recovery Programme is to demonstrate how to recover natural environments into the state that God created and intended for them. To do this, the Programme seeks to discover the innate intelligence and methods for recovery that God has built into his environmental creations. Projects within the Programme will support and encourage the process of restoration that God has designed and educate people about the emotional causes within humanity that created the damage in the first place.
The Shed Site Rehab Project involved recovery of a site which had once had a shed built on it, to demonstrate how to rehabilitate an area of dry, damaged land. Activities in this project not only returned the site to the condition it was in before the shed was constructed (sparse vegetation on an arid slope) but was able to improve the land beyond that condition into an area which, by providing water, food and shelter, will now be able to support many forms of life including insects, birds, animals, plants and the growth of large trees.