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Twenty-two years ago, Global Community Communications Alliance was founded by Gabriel of Urantia and Niánn Emerson Chase. From its humble beginnings as a group of five, it has blossomed into a growing sustainable Eco-Village with over 100 full time international change agents located in Southern Arizona. Along with the spiritual order membership there is a local congregation, Resident and Community Member Initiate Program, home study courses and supporters from all around the globe. Through public service and loving ministry, Global Community Communications Alliance share the teachings of the Urantia Book (the Fifth Epochal Revelation) and the Cosmic Family Volumes, with others.
Members of Global Community Communications Alliance Seek to enlighten others
At the heart of Global Community Communications Alliance is the desire to enlighten others to the Fatherhood of God and the brother/sisterhood of all humankind. It is an organized gathering of people to worship the one God. Members of Global Community Communications Alliance seek to carry out their mission with a variety of public service projects, missionary work, and humanitarian efforts.
It is through important humanitarian and social service efforts within the local community that Global Community Communications Alliance has made an undeniable impact on the lives of others. A prime example of such public service can be found in their involvement with area healthcare facilities, such as the Soulistic Medical Institute and Soulistic Hospice. Global Community Communications Alliance supports a holistic approach to health, one that nourishes the body, mind and soul, through this sister organization.
In addition, Global Community Communications Alliance has utilized publications, art, and theatrical performances as a means of reaching and ministering to potential members in their community.
Dan Newlin. This year Memorial Day will be observed on May 30, which is the last Monday of the month. Originally called Decoration Day, the holiday was established to honor soldiers from the Civil War who died while in service. After World War I it was extended to include Americans who have died in all wars. Since Memorial Day was established as a day of remembrance, I thought it’d be nice to take a moment to recognize all the men and women who have served their country in uniform. In the comment area below feel free to post a message of strength and hope and thanks to anyone who has or is presently serving in a branch of the U.S. armed forces.