***Post updated 31st March 2018
We welcomed 12 participants to the March intake of the Divine Truth and God’s Way Volunteer Selection Project yesterday (Thursday, 15th March). Tristan and I are looking forward to the next 9 weeks, learning lots and getting to know the participants. Read More
This is a brief update of what has been happening with God’s Way over the past months. Read More
The first Divine Truth and God’s Way volunteer selection programme has just been completed. Tristan and I really enjoyed running the programme and getting to know those who participated.
This post is to let you know we are running more volunteer selection programmes, the second one is planned to begin March 2018 (dates yet to be confirmed). To register your interest to participate in the next programme go to the God’s Way Eventbrite page (link here) Read More
Brief overview of post
This post is about an environmental project creating terraced areas on a hillside with deep holes to fill with matter in order to hold and retain moisture and encourage abundant self sustaining eco-systems. This post includes a breakdown of the process, principles, method and ingredients required to undertake similar projects. Read More
The following is post is about two experiments I was involved in.
The first experiment was a family experiment between Pete and myself.
The second was a parenting experiment to discover the addictions I have created between myself and the kids, and to challenge addictions in myself and the children during the month. Read More
***This post was updated on the 2nd September 2017, to be more transparent about some of the emotional dynamics being played out within the family
The following post includes a breakdown of the family experiment we undertook over a month, the purpose, aims and some benefits. It explains the who, what, where, when and why, some of our findings, personal feedback and participant reflections, followed by possibilities for the experiment and where we are headed now with the God’s Way of Education Programme and follow up experiments. Read More
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Recently we partook in a project creating large trenches on a couple of properties. Read More