Welcome to Truth Fellowship Center
We are a transdenominational and diverse spiritual community that is learning and practicing Wholistic Spirituality.
What do we mean when we describe ourselves as a transdenominational spiritual community?
Transdenominational is a term coined by Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith of the Agape International Spiritual Center to give validity to the many paths leading to the One God. There is Truth in all religious and spiritual paths; therefore the goal of Truth Fellowship Center is to embrace the tenets that we believe without criticizing or discrediting those who choose to follow other paths.
In order to discover just what we can believe in as individuals, we study the sacred literature of the major religions and philosophies, as well as the wisdom literature of indigenous cultures and spiritual texts of contemporary teachers. In so doing, each individual is learning how to incorporate these truths into a personal truth of God that shapes and guides his or her experiences with God.
Spiritual community is used to describe Truth Fellowship Center instead of the traditional terms, such as church, temple, synagogue or mosque. These terms tend to be linked to a particular religious or spiritual path. Because the goal of Truth Fellowship Center is to teach the Truth by embracing and transcending the teachings of many different religions and philosophies and to encourage all to listen for the Voice of God within, thereby creating their own unique and individual paths to God, we did not want to limit the description of Truth Fellowship Center to a single descriptor.
In essence, Truth Fellowship Center is a community of individuals following our own spiritual paths that come together to learn and share how to discover, hear, acknowledge and follow the Voice of God that speaks within each of us by hearing timely messages designed to stimulate faith and courage.
What is Wholistic Spirituality?
Wholistic Spirituality recognizes the triune (three-part) nature of every being and the need to be whole in each part of every life - Spirit, Soul and Body. Becoming whole is facilitated through the teaching and sharing of Truth – wherever Truth is found.
What do we mean by Spirit?
Creator. The Life-Giver. Divine Thought. The All-In-All. The I Am. The All That Is. Love. God.
Who is God? What is God? Who am I in relationship with God? To be spiritually whole, each individual must be willing to answer these questions for themselves and incorporate these truths into their lives.
What do we mean by Soul?
Mind. Psyche. Emotions. Personality. Experiences. The combination of everything that makes you an individual.
To be emotionally whole, each individual must be willing to take an introspective look at themselves, truthfully identify who you are and allow Spirit to help you to forgive thereby healing the areas broken by life’s experiences.
What do we mean by Body?
Spouse. Partner. Significant other. Family. Friends. Community. Work. All of Life.
To be whole, each individual must begin to see themselves in relationship with others and to recognize his or her interconnectedness and collective responsibility to love, forgive, work together and care for one another, thus bringing healing to the one collective or “one spiritual body.”