Saturday, March 8
Marlon Colley will share an extraordinary experience he had with an entity very close to the Source in Heaven, to whom we will refer as an "Angel."
Marlon was given specific guidance as to what he needed in his life. These incredible words of wisdom were directly for Marlon, yet much of it was based on universal truths that anyone can apply and benefit from in their daily lives. The guidance is profound, yet genuine and simple. Marlon will describe how this experience changed his life.
At first Marlon had trouble understanding and accepting these new truths because he was certain that just the opposite was true. Well meaning people in authority in Marlon's past like his father, mother, family members, school teachers, his church doctrines, his culture, etc. had programmed Marlon with partial truths. It took an Angel to convince Marlon that what he knew to be true actually wasn't. Some of the instruction included universal truths. "This is what Christianity was really about two thousand years ago, before they diluted it. This IS the pure drink," said the Angel.
Marlon was born in the Southwestern Virginia Mountains to a young couple who were married while his mother was still in high school. His father was a school bus driver. They lived a small house with a coal buck stove for heat, no hot water, and no bathroom until Marlon was eight years old. Marlon was into athletics and played football, basketball, baseball, and ran track until it was determined that he had a heart condition. At that time, he was forced to quit all sports except baseball. Marlon's family didn't attend church, but at fifteen years old, thinking that he was going to die soon, Marlon became active in the Presbyterian Church.
Marlon attained a college degree, became a restaurant manager, and was transferred to Virginia Beach where he resides today. Marlon is married with three children: fourteen, twenty, and
Saturday, March 8, 2014, from 10:00 to Noon at Edgar Cayce's A.R.E. (the Association for Research and Enlightenment), 67th Street and Atlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach.
Suggested donation: $5.00 at the door. No one turned away, capacity permitting.
After the meeting, all are invited to a local restaurant to continue the conversation.
All presentation sessions will be videotaped. Copies on DVD will be available for a $10 donation to VBIANDS plus $2 shipping and handling if needed.
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Speak to any one of our Board members, including Dick Dinges, Bob Clapp, Elena Viada, Neil Helm, Lloyd Kremer, Jeff Jones, Suzanne Ortiz, or Kaye or Larry Sturgis.
Saturday, March 15
Saturday, March 15
Michael William McCarthy
December 24, 1942 – February 25, 2014
In the early morning hours of Tuesday, February 25, our beloved friend and long time Fellowship member Michael McCarthy made an unexpected and peaceful transition into spirit. Loved and cherished for his gentle, loving kindness and unbridled enthusiasm, Michael's participation in the Fellowship dates to the early 1970s when he traveled with Paul Solomon and acted as a conductor for a number of Paul's readings. He remained a dedicated student, interpreter, and disseminator of the spiritual philosophy of the Solomon and Cayce readings. He is the author of Death and Living - Memoirs of a Soul, music consultant for the yet to be released film "White Buffalo," and he shared a mystical intuitive musical connection as a drummer performing with local music legend Lewis McGehee.
Born Christmas Eve, 1942 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, he is the father of son Michael Jr., daughter Marietta, and grandfather to six grandchildren and one great grandchild. In Virginia Beach, Michael began a
Saturday, March 22
Cinema at the Fellowship
Saturday, March 22
Suggested Donation: $3.00
An abortion clinic worker with a special heritage is called upon by Metatron, the voice of God, and God's personnal assistant, to stop two angels that were cast out of heaven from knowingly erasing all of God's creation.
By restoring their souls by passing through the archway of a New Jersey Catholic church celebrating its jubilee (part of Catholic dogma), the angels would be forgiven their transgression. This would prove God wrong. To prove God wrong would negate existence.
The abortion clinic worker is assisted by a wisecracking thirteenth apostle, a stripper/muse, and two mischievous mall rats named Jay and Silent Bob.
Featuring Linda Fiorentino, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Alan Rickman, George Carlin, Salma Hayek, Chris Rock, Janeane Garofalo, and Alanis Morissette.
This irreverent but hilarious look at religion raises many fundamental questions about our long-standing dogmatic assumptions.
Watch the Movie Trailer Here: Dogma - Trailer
Popcorn, snacks, and soft drinks are available at a low price.
Come and enjoy the movie and then share and learn as we discuss the spiritual lessons the movie offers, and how they can be implemented in our lives today.
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