Hi again from the Construction Branch team! Its time to update you about the Composite Mix Building Materials project.
If you wish to get a more detailed overview of this project, please read the post: Programme Introduction: Building Materials Experiments
A summary of the first day of this experiment can be found here: Composite Mix Building Materials Experiment Summary: April 18 2018
God’s Way Information Technology Programme involves using computer systems and technology to optimise the production, storage and sharing of information relating to God’s Truth. This post will describe some activities of the Information Technology Programme, and God’s Loving Principles behind them.
The foundations for this programme have been developed by AJ Miller (Jesus) over the course of many years, and implemented within the Divine Truth organisation. Jesus previously operated a business within the Information Technology (IT) industry, and he has a vast and broad knowledge of all aspects of IT, including computer hardware, electronics, networking, programming, database, various operating systems, server administration, security, file system management, analysis, design, technical documentation and user training. The expertise, knowledge and skills that Jesus freely provides to the Divine Truth and God’s Way organisations is invaluable.
It has been lovely to hear from those of you who have expressed your desire to participate in the next Volunteer Selection Programme (VSP).
The next Selection Programme will commence next year in 2020.
The project runs for 14 days over five weeks.
Project days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
The dates for the next VSP are:
Week 1, beginning Monday 30th March to Friday 3rd April, 2020
Week 2, beginning Tuesday 14th April to Friday 17th April, 2020
Week 3, beginning Monday 27th April to Friday 1st May, 2020
You can register for the 2020 Volunteer Selection Programme at the God’s Way Ltd Eventbrite page, click here.
God’s Way organisation wishes to start sharing information about the experiments that the Construction Branch has conducted in the Composite Mixes Project. The plan is to update you consistently by summarizing the experiment method, results and the motivations and desires of the team that affected the experiments. If you wish to get a more detailed overview of this project please follow this link to read the introductory post Programme Introduction: Building Materials Experiments.
In 2018 I successfully completed the God’s Way Volunteer Selection Programme. I feel this has and will be a big turning point in my life. Going from just regularly listening to Divine Truth, to actually being involved in God’s Way projects, has been a big shift.
There is a lot of activity going on within the organisation that few people are currently aware of! For this reason, a new project was recently established to assist in sharing these details publicly via the God’s Way Blog. Each member of God’s Way now writes and submits one post for the blog every month (this is encouraged but optional for volunteers). The submission piece can include photos, images and document attachments as well as written text, and can cover any topic related to the organisation.
AJ (Jesus) suggested this idea to the God’s Way directors, pointing out that at the time nothing about what was happening in the organisation was being shared with the world. An interview with Jesus about the background of this project and details about implementing it will be shared on the blog in future.
The properties that God’s Way Ltd purchased have been overgrazed and cropped for many years and need to be regenerated and repaired so that they can return, as close as possible, to the pristine natural environments they once were. This means to return the land to how it was before mankind began grazing, cropping, forestry and removing other native vegetation. In order to do this God’s Way Ltd will use various methods to foster the new and re-growth of native trees, shrubs, vines and grasses.
The best way of finding out the vegetation needed to restore the properties was to gather as much information as possible about Australian flora and order this logically into a database.