April 28th, 2016

We have started a new work! The work is called, "Joshua Families Children's Village" in Uganda.  Geof in Uganda will lead the work there. We are using GoFundMe as the means to generate funds for the work.  Please visit our new blog page for this work here -



Feb. 18, 2016

I hope all are well who visit this page.  In an effort to reach out to others with the teachings and message of Joshua, I joined a christian chat site -

My goal was to reach people who were not closed minded.  My method was to quote Joshua's teachings at least about 75% of the time.  After getting into several 'discussions' on several different threads, I began getting attacked.  After a few days of about 3 hours or so of 'chatting', I was informed by the web site administrator of the following...

Banned from for promoting Jesus' teachings

I encourage the reader to contact the Administrator of and ask them for the quotes of my statements that led them to ban me from the site.

Many Christians, just like many Muslims and Jews, are quite insecure in their beliefs and so they are very quick to attack and condemn those who challenge them.  Why is this so?  Because of fear ... because at some deeper level, they know that some of the things they believe do NOT stand the test of reason and thus are not true.  Please see Religious Pride and Fear: An Impenetrable Wall

I believe I accomplished my goal of quoting Joshua about 75% of the time, and I did NOT attack Paul, instead, I said things like, "listen to Joshua, not to Paul" when the context was appropriate.  For that, I am banned as a "heretic".  Here is the definition of "heresy" - "adherence to a religious opinion contrary to church dogma".  So, to use reason well, that would mean that quoting Jesus of Nazareth and supporting his teachings is contrary to the religious/church dogma of those who control  What does that say about the state of christianity?


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