Go Soul First Ascension Center Church Statement of Faith

Ascension Center Church and Go Soul First Spiritual Community United in Universal Life Teachings. We have formed a combined Statement of Faith. We recognize the original history formed in Honolulu, Hawaii as the Ascension Center Church September 1993 by the Founder Theresa J Thurmond now known as Theresa J Morris.

In order to form our Church of Interfaith Universal Life as a Non-Denominational Church of which God has no religion we must abide by the laws of the United States of America as we are born and reside here. We had our founder Theresa Janette Thurmond Morris, who received revelation and inspiration be known as the original revelator and combined her inspiration in words to form our church and our statement of faith with others. These words for the Ascension Center Organization has been combined and accepted as our statement of faith in order to preserve our not for profit organization as a church to receive donations from others who may want to support our global community first in the USA. We share that we have 3 officers as Founding President CEO Theresa J Morris, Vice President- Treasurer Thomas Ray Morris, and Vice President-Producer of Music Video Ministries Paul Edward (David) Rosenberg. Thomas R Morris died Dec 2, 2015 and Paul E Rosenberg died October 30, 2015.

Theresa J Morris is still heir to the church’s founding heritage in the name of God and has been called forth to be recognized as a ministering pastor and teacher for this our Ascension Age. The Spiritual Journey is a personal one by each soul and all soul’s journey is one we call a Christed One and yet do not impose our own personal belief system on anyone. We believe in eternal progression and have joined with the Universal Life Church of Modesto, California where Theresa J Thurmond Morris is listed as our Pastor and has listed our branch as Ascension Center Church.

 

Our Slogan is to Live and Let Live.  Universal Life is To Live and Help Live!

Theresa J Morris has the approval of our Ascension Center Church Organization as a Not for Profit in the USA.

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Paul Rosenberg Producer- Hollywood Founder Go Soul First Spiritual Community joined Theresa J Thurmond Morris and Ascension Center Church Organization.
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Producer- Hollywood
Founder Go Soul First
Spiritual Community joined Theresa J Thurmond Morris and
Ascension Center Church Organization.
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Book proposals can be as long as 50 pages. So the would-be author may want to begin work before getting a response to the query letter from a publisher or agent.
The book proposal must meet an even higher standard than the query letter. It will be competing with hundreds of others for an agent’s or publisher’s time and resources. Agents and publishers often specify components they want to see in a book proposal – slant on the subject matter, marketing analysis, outline, and sample chapter are some; make sure your proposal follows these guidelines to the letter.
Allow your hired writer time to create the book proposal. Give your writer sample chapters, outlines and any other materials you have assembled or written. Then give feedback on a first draft, but be open to the professional’s ideas.
Likely, considering the competition, a book proposal will be turned down at first. Try to figure out why. Let your writer re-craft the proposal for the second and subsequent efforts. Re-crafting is often the process that leads to eventual success. Ascension Center Church

Statement of Faith
ACO
We share Eucharist as sacrament for our worship of the divine and believer’s share thanksgiving and that God has no religion!
We pray to the source of the divine encounters in us all with God within and God Without as Source of all things.
We choose to worship in our own homes with symbols, rituals, and sacred ceremonies.
We choose gatherings as our Ascension Church Internet Radio to share the views, opinions, and the word of our own consciousness.
We do share Christianity as Christ Consciousness and share the basics Do Unto Others and that God is love and is in the beginning was the word and the word was without form.
We believer’s share spirit and call upon spirit and share that we are spiritual and are believer’s in Christianity as Christ Consciousness.
We believe our ancient ancestors had religions which spread throughout the world we honor as our home and we respect the cosmos as that which is the all.
We believe God The Father, Goddess the Sacred Holy Spirit of Mother and in all things both Father and Mother. We believe that alien civilizations exist and that there is extraterrestrial life in the cosmos.
We share the universe, metaverse, multiverse, xenoverse, omniverse, alphaverse, and Omegaverse as the seven levels of the cosmos.
We share the seven levels of the rainbow colors which coordinate with the seven levels in our bodies as the chakra system used in tantra for healing and health.
We believer’s share health and prosperity for all.
We believe as non-essential supporters for those who choose to congregate and to form peace movements as a God Given right and follow the laws of the land.
We believers share the international level as health and prosperity for all as spiritual beings and we share we are all cosmos beings and immortal souls.
We believers share we are who we have been waiting for as the l in We.
We believer’s share that we understand the ancient wisdom and new thought teachings that we are all on our own spiritual path.
We believer’s share the statement of faith of the universal life metaphysical church.
We believer’s share the Native American Indians believer’s of the Holy Spirit and the Great white Father and the White Brotherhood as older terms for the same spirit in us all.
We believe there are reality levels of consciousness in both positive and negative energy we have too extreme levels as -o and + o or zero being the all and in the beginning the dot theory and all to the left is minus on the linear time line and all that is to the right is positive on the linear time line.
We believe in the circle of life that is never ending and that we share knowledge of the all that is, was, and will be. We take a metaphysical approach to science and technology.

We believe in “Laying on of Hands”, We believe touching has a healing quality and that new born babies need touch and we carry this belief through life into adulthood.

We share the Native American Traditions and Rights of Passage including the out-of- body experiences and right of passage from teen to adult and all levels of life into the silver years of our elders.

We believe in love, hugs, and teachings of how to be good partners in life.

We believe in art, culture, education, science, technology, history, folklife, and rituals, sacred sacrement.
We know that in order to be a body of a church that is founded with incorporation in the United States of America we must follow the laws of the land and file for a 501C3 status as a not for profit church organization and have a federal identification filed as Ascension Center Organization.
We understand by law for a church to be formed we must have articles of incorporation and by-laws and a statement of faith and practices.
We Ascension believe in our own memories and thoughts that may be guided and formed from our dreams . We believe in prophetic dreams.

Ascension Christians are of the metaphysicians who follow close to the ancient ones with a new ascension age twist of consciousness with memories.

We adopt for the Christians Ascension Life Fellowship Church.

We believe all is energy of the source and describe our souls as that we each have.
We share that we are body-ind-spirit is our faith ind-spirits sharing the birth-life-death process and share a philosophy of phenomenology and that spirit guides each of us with a direct connection to source as GOD the word with a big G. We share that their has been the rule of God Kings and Queens throughout the universal order.
We share the divine source in the creation known on earth as the United States of America.
Rarely do we get to know, see, and share the presence of higher exalted beings we define as extraterrestrials but know they do exist in our belief system.

The hierarchy with levels of extraterrestrial beings on the linear time line.  All is one and one is all in the as above so below spirit of all things including animal, mineral, plant and all creation.
We choose to worship with prayer and meditation and join the East and West with ancient scriptures and texts found of our ancient alien astronauts as stories with the understanding as far as we can interpret correctly including the Bible of King James, The books not in the Bible of King James Version and other scriptures as we rewrite our history knowing we do not have all the history written as much was lost so we do not try to accept a literal meaning.
We have an annual gathering.

We have online webinars with our Ascension Center International Radio broadcast on Sundays with studies of our Wednesday night meetings in keeping with traditions of time in space of the elders of our churches formed in America by the protestants who came to America and joined with the Native American Indians.

We are those who share with bringing the ative American Indians beliefs together with our own to be formed into accepting all others as brothers and sisters of the game of life and we ask to be joined and sign our names as such in the book of life with our own confessions which is good for the soul. We proclaim the rights of the regular healings we find in worship with this statement of faith joined with the old ways with our own new thought teaching as of the love and light as lightworkers and truthseekers.

We are Lightworkers & Truthseekers and we share healing with crystals, and some believe in the healing qualities of plant life and ingesting substances for  future insights and for qualities of spiritual raising consciousness and healing past lives and the future of our procreation and sacred ceremonies including tantra rituals performed as one’s own sacred path.

Life partners, and seekers of companionship and fellowship is found to be important to our belief system. How we choose to engage in healing ceremonies whether laying on of hands for faith healing or exorcism of demons for faith healing does require touching of the physical body when agreed upon by two consenting adults over the age of eighteen years of age..

We form the ACE Metaphysical Institute and share the divine encounters spoken of in ancient history. We accept that we can think for ourselves and choose to believe in the executive, judicial and legislative branches of our country called the United State of America. We follow the laws of our country and address ourselves now as universal citizens. We believe in civil rights.
We are law abiding citizens and share Nature’s God as our ancestors proclaimed. We defend our Constitution of the United States of America, and of Declaration of Independence from our enemies both foreign and domestic. We believe in the Amendments and voting. We celebrate the holidays in America and share in expressions of celebration, worship, and healing praise.

Statement of Faith and Practices

The following is a statement of our position of basic Christian doctrines. Note: There are certain basic Christian truths about which there must be agreement. On all other doctrines there should be LIBERTY. In ALL things there must be LOVE as mentioned in 1 Corinthians 13:1-13. It is our resolution to take an uncompromising stand on the essential doctrines of the Faith, and extend the right hand of fellowship to all who hold to them. It is also our resolution to protect the liberty of Christians to hold different perspectives on the non-essential doctrines.

Note: There are doctrines we may consider non-essential, but which are important. We therefore make known our belief on these, while presenting them with TOLERANCE toward those who may hold a different position. We are committed to truth and accuracy in doctrine, but also understand that one can hold right doctrines and still do damage to the body of Christ by causing divisions over the non-essentials. We therefore just as committed to the essential Christian character, believing that, in all things there must be love. As Paul the apostle stated, “The goal of our instruction is love, from a pure heart and a sincere faith” (1 Tim 1:5). That, too, is our goal and commitment as we promote the following teachings that we hold as truth:

On the Person of Jesus Christ

Jesus Christ is the Word (Logos) of God. The Word was with God in the Beginning, which states His pre-existence as one with God (John 1:1). By Him all things were created, both in the heavens and on earth (Col 1:16), therefore making Him the Creator. Jesus Christ is the Purpose of God found in all creation. He is the Father’s delight and desire, and the Father is looking for the reflection of His Son in all created things (Heb 1:3). Jesus is the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End (Rev 1:8). In the beginning, it was (and still is) the ultimate purpose of God for all things to be summed up in Christ (Eph 1:4-10).

Jesus Christ, Who pre-existed with God in the form of God, emptied Himself to become fully a man (Phil 2:6-9) that He might be the propitiatory (stand-in and only) sacrifice for the sins of mankind (Heb 2:17, 1 John 2:2). Through His propitiatory sacrifice made on the cross, all who believe in (trust in) Him and His sacrifice have their sins remitted (forgiven) and are restored to fellowship with God lost by man’s transgression (John 3:16, Rom 5:18-19, Rom 10:9-11). Jesus was born of a virgin, by the seed of the Holy Spirit (Matt 1:20-23, Luke 1:35). His virgin birth is a testimony that only the Spirit can beget that which is Spirit. Those of the new creation are not solely of human origin, but are born from above by the Holy Spirit (2 Cor 5:17, John 3:5-7). The resurrection of Jesus’ physical body after His crucifixion was literal (Matt 28:1-10), as will be the resurrection of both the just and the unjust on the Day of Judgment (Heb 6:1, Heb 9:27, Acts 24:15, 2 Cor 5:9-11).

There is only one God and one mediator between God and man, the Man Christ Jesus (1 Tim 2:5). All who seek restoration and fellowship with God must go through the Lord Jesus Christ and cannot approach God through any other work, person, church, spirit or doctrine (John 14:6). It is also a supreme presumption for any person or institution to seek to be mediator for others in place of the Lord Jesus Himself.

On Man

We believe that man was created by God from the dust of the earth (Gen 2:7), without sin or the knowledge of good or evil (Gen 3:22, Rom 5:12). The first man, Adam (1 Cor 15:45), transgressed the command of God (Rom 5:19), and as God had warned (Gen 2:16-17), the process of death entered him and all of his descendants because of that transgression (Rom 5:12-21). Therefore, all have sinned and are worthy of the sentence of death (Rom 3:23).

Because of original sin and our unrighteousness, we are unable to approach a Holy God, except through the atoning sacrifice (shed blood) of Jesus Christ (Rom 3:21-28, Eph 1:7). Through Jesus and His atoning sacrifice (Rom 5:1-2), we not only can come before the Throne of Grace (Rom 10:12), but we may approach it boldly (Heb 4:16, Heb 10:19) since our confidence is not in our religious performance and good works (Rom 3:23), but in the Lord Jesus and His atoning sacrifice. (Phil 3:3, Rom 8:1).

On the Atonement

Because all have sinned (Rom 3:23, Eccl 7:20) and are therefore under the sentence of death (Rom 5:12-21), all must trust in the atoning sacrifice of Jesus for the remission (forgiveness) of sins (Heb 9:22, Eph 1:7, 1 John 1:7, 1 John 2:2). There is no other way to reconcile with God or escape from eternal judgment, except through the propitiatory sacrifice of Jesus Christ (Rom 3:21-26, Rom 5:8-9, Heb 9:11-15).

On the New Birth

Believing in our hearts that Jesus is the Son of God and in His propitiation made for our salvation is a part of the regeneration and renewal process that constitutes our new birth into a new creation (2 Cor 5:17). Although this does not imply immediate perfection in our temporal life or lifestyle, it does mean that true faith will result in a “radical” change in us (James 2:14-20).

Being “born again” implies a new beginning, not an ending. Christian maturity in faith, truth and life is a process. Even so, this process must begin with spiritual regeneration or new birth (John 3:3, Titus 3:4-7). While it is possible to change our behavior without regeneration, changing our hearts requires the new birth, and it is our hearts upon which God looks (Rom 8:27).

On the Purpose of Faith

True faith is of the heart (Rom 10:8-10) and not just the mind (Acts 8:37). God’s purpose in requiring faith for salvation is to raise our focus and concentration above the temporal to the One who is eternal (2 Cor 4:16-18). Therefore, the gospel that is able to save souls must be preached in the power of the Spirit of God (1 Cor 2:1-5). The gospel is not dependent upon human eloquence or persuasion that may change minds, but cannot change hearts.

On the Authority of Scripture

We believe in the Divine inspiration and authority of the 66 books of the Holy Bible as the canon of God’s testimony to mankind. We are committed to esteeming Scripture as the very Word of God, inerrant in its original form. We do not accept any doctrine which contradicts Scripture (2 Tim 3:16). We understand there are other books and scriptures that may not have made it into the original King James version.

We understand that there are many practices and doctrines that are considered orthodox, which do not contradict the Scriptures, but which are not directly addressed in His Word. We are committed to giving liberty in the belief and practice of these teachings (2 Cor 3:17), but we will endeavor to maintain the simplicity of the biblical testimony and its stated practices as we are given grace to perceive them.

We do not accept any spiritual experience as having its source in the Holy Spirit that does not have a precedent in Scripture. We do not accept any revelation, vision, dream, prophesy or discernment as truth, which contradicts Scripture, or cannot be verified by it. We do not believe that any other writings have the same authority as the canon of Scripture.

On the Lord’s Supper

We acknowledge the ordinance of the Lord’s Supper in remembrance of Jesus and as a testimony of our communion (common-union) with Him in His body, the Church (Luke 22:19, 1 Cor 11:20-26). We consider it a holy ordinance, but we do not accept the teaching that communion is for the purpose of remitting sins, which Scripture testifies is based solely in the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross (Heb 9:25-28).

On Water Baptism

We believe that water baptism should be by immersion and accomplished as soon as possible after commitment to the Lordship of Jesus Christ and His atoning sacrifice for our sin. This ordinance is a personal and public statement of faith (Matt 10:32), which is the ceremonial act of identifying with our spiritual baptism into the Body of Christ, and Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection (Matt 28:19, Acts 2:38, Rom 6:3-4, 1 Cor 12:13).

On the Church and the Holy Spirit
We believe that those who have “truly” accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior receive the Gift (Promise) of the Holy Spirit at conversion (Acts 11:17, 2 Cor 1:22-23, Rom 5:5). We also believe that, at conversion, we are sealed with the Holy Spirit of Promise (Eph 1:13-14), and are baptized into the Body of Christ by the Spirit (1 Cor 12:12-13, Titus 3:4-7, 2 Cor 1:21-22), and that our bodies become the temple of the Holy Spirit (1 Cor 6:19-20).

Furthermore, the Holy Spirit is given to “HELP” us be Christlike with divine appointments and spiritual giftings (1 Cor 12:1-11, 2 Cor 1:21-22, John 14:16-18) that enable us to carry out the Great Commission (Matt. 28:19-20). Subsequent to conversion (or after conversion), we believe that all believers should be continually filled over and over again with the Holy Spirit, as evidenced in the Book of Acts, and that continued Holy Spirit experiences/encounters are a part of normal Christianity. (Eph 5:18, 1 Cor 12:13, Acts 4:31, John 7:37).

We also believe that the Holy Spirit performs many necessary ministries/functions in the Believer’s life such as: Counselor/Helper (John 14:16), Teacher (John 14:26), Empower (Acts 1:8), Guide (Rom 8:14), Intercessor (Rom 8:26-27), Giver of Spiritual Gifts (1 Cor 12:11; 1 Cor 14), and the One who produces spiritual fruit in our lives (Gal 5:22-23).

We believe in and accept the Ascension Gifts (Five-fold) ministries of apostles, prophets, pastors, teachers, and evangelists for the perfecting and equipping of the saints (Eph 4:11-16, 1 Cor 12:28, Eph 2:19-20).

On the Second Coming of Christ

We believe in the literal, physical return of the Lord Jesus Christ (Acts 1:11, 2 Thess 2:1-12, Rev 1:7).

We believe that those who are alive and remain at the return of our Lord will be changed and caught up to be with Him in the air. Those who have died in the faith will be resurrected and precede those who are alive in being changed and caught up to be with Him (1 Thess 4:16-17, 1 Cor 15: 51-55).

We believe in the literal, physical resurrection of both the just and the unjust for the Day of Judgment (Acts 24:15, 2 Peter 2:9, 2 Cor 5:10). For those who have been justified by faith in Christ Jesus (Rom 3:28, Rom 5:1, Gal 2:16) and His sacrifice on our behalf, this resurrection is for Eternal Life in fellowship with God. Those who are not justified by faith in Christ Jesus are resurrected for an eternal damnation/punishment (John 3:18, John 5:28-30, Acts 24:15, 2 Peter 2:9, Jude 1:6).

Expressions of Praise, Worship & Celebration

Singing:  (Psalm 81:1, Psalm 95:1, Eph 5:18-19)
Dancing: (Psalm 149:3, Psalm 150:4, 2 Sam 6:14, Psalm 30:11
Clapping Our Hands:  (Psalm 47:1, Psalm 98:8)
Shouting:  Psalm 35:27:  (Psalm 47:1, Psalm 98:4)
Making a Joyful Noise:  (Psalm 66:1, Psalm 98:4, Psalm 100:1)
Making Music on Instruments:  (2 Sam 6:5, Psalm 150)
Lifting Up Holy Hands:  (Psalm 63:4, Psalm 134:2, 1 Tim 2:8)
Laughter:  (Psalm 126:2, Job 8:21)
Thanksgiving:  (Ezra 3:11, Psalm 69:30, Psalm 100:4)
Speaking & Singing in Tongues: (Acts 10:46, 1 Cor 14:2, Eph 5:19)
Standing:  (Deut 10:8, 1 Chron 23:30, Neh 9:5)
Kneeling:  (Psalm 95:6, Eph 3:14, Phil 2:10)

WE believe in the ASCENSION PROCESS. Duality and the veil we have accepted as a communal “world” which includes cyberspace culture, social media, influences of our parents, art, culture, education, science, technology, history, folklife, environment, world religions, governments, philosophies, psychologies, and peer-pressure.

We share our ascribing to the highest standards of spiritual education.

We share in prayers and meditation to all our souls to ascend. We learn while we are here on planet earth and know we are here to grow our spirits. In today’s modern times we share health and prosperity for all and our philosophy is live and let live. We share the golden rule as live and do unto others as one would have them do unto us.

We believe in tithing 10% for the good of the whole to assist the sick and the poor in the name of God’s Holy Church in the Great Commission and the sharing of Christ Consciousness in us all.

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1791 in American politics
1791 in law
Amendments to the United States Constitution
Christianity and law in the 18th century
First Amendment to the United States Constitution
Freedom of religion in the United States

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Book proposals can be as long as 50 pages. So the would-be author may want to begin work before getting a response to the query letter from a publisher or agent.
The book proposal must meet an even higher standard than the query letter. It will be competing with hundreds of others for an agent’s or publisher’s time and resources. Agents and publishers often specify components they want to see in a book proposal – slant on the subject matter, marketing analysis, outline, and sample chapter are some; make sure your proposal follows these guidelines to the letter.
Allow your hired writer time to create the book proposal. Give your writer sample chapters, outlines and any other materials you have assembled or written. Then give feedback on a first draft, but be open to the professional’s ideas.
Likely, considering the competition, a book proposal will be turned down at first. Try to figure out why. Let your writer re-craft the proposal for the second and subsequent efforts.

Re-crafting is often the process that leads to eventual success. Ascension Center Church

Statement of Faith
ACO
We share Eucharist as sacrament for our worship of the divine and believer’s share thanksgiving and that God has no religion!
We pray to the source of the divine encounters in us all with God within and God Without as Source of all things.
We choose to worship in our own homes with symbols, rituals, and sacred ceremonies.
We choose gatherings as our Ascension Church Internet Radio to share the views, opinions, and the word of our own consciousness.
We do share Christianity as Christ Consciousness and share the basics Do Unto Others and that God is love and is in the beginning was the word and the word was without form.
We believer’s share spirit and call upon spirit and share that we are spiritual and are believer’s in Christianity as Christ Consciousness.
We believe our ancient ancestors had religions which spread throughout the world we honor as our home and we respect the cosmos as that which is the all.
We believe God The Father, Goddess the Sacred Holy Spirit of Mother and in all things both Father and Mother. We believe that alien civilizations exist and that there is extraterrestrial life in the cosmos.
We share the universe, metaverse, multiverse, xenoverse, omniverse, alphaverse, and Omegaverse as the seven levels of the cosmos.
We share the seven levels of the rainbow colors which coordinate with the seven levels in our bodies as the chakra system used in tantra for healing and health.
We believer’s share health and prosperity for all.
We believe as non-essential supporters for those who choose to congregate and to form peace movements as a God Given right and follow the laws of the land.
We believers share the international level as health and prosperity for all as spiritual beings and we share we are all cosmos beings and immortal souls.
We believers share we are who we have been waiting for as the l in We.
We believer’s share that we understand the ancient wisdom and new thought teachings that we are all on our own spiritual path.
We believer’s share the statement of faith of the universal life metaphysical church.
We believer’s share the Native American Indians believer’s of the Holy Spirit and the Great white Father and the White Brotherhood as older terms for the same spirit in us all.
We believe there are reality levels of consciousness in both positive and negative energy we have too extreme levels as -o and + o or zero being the all and in the beginning the dot theory and all to the left is minus on the linear time line and all that is to the right is positive on the linear time line.
We believe in the circle of life that is never ending and that we share knowledge of the all that is, was, and will be. We take a metaphysical approach to science and technology.

We believe in “Laying on of Hands”, We believe touching has a healing quality and that new born babies need touch and we carry this belief through life into adulthood.

We share the Native American Traditions and Rights of Passage including the out-of- body experiences and right of passage from teen to adult and all levels of life into the silver years of our elders.

We believe in love, hugs, and teachings of how to be good partners in life.

We believe in art, culture, education, science, technology, history, folklife, and rituals, sacred sacreme
We know that in order to be a body of a church that is founded with incorporation in the United States of America we must follow the laws of the land and file for a 501C3 status as a not for profit church organization and have a federal identification filed as Ascension Center Organization.
We understand by law for a church to be formed we must have articles of incorporation and by-laws and a statement of faith and practices.
We Ascension believer formed from our dreams . Ascension Christians are of the metaphysicians who follow close to the ancient ones with a new ascension age twist of consciousness with memories. We adopt for the Christians ion Life Fellowship Church. We believe all is energy of the source and describe our souls as that we each have.
We share that we are body-ind-spirit is our faith ind-spirits sharing the birth-life-death process and share a philosophy of phenomenology and that spirit guides each of us with a direct connection to source as GOD the word with a big G. We share that their has been the rule of God Kings and Queens throughout the universal order.
We share the divine source in the creation known on earth as the United States of America.
Rarely do we get to know, see, and share the presence of higher exalted beings we define as extraterrestrials but know they do exist in our belief system. The hierarchy with levels of extraterrestrial beings on the linear time line. All is one and one is all in the as above so below spirit of all things including animal, mineral, plant and all creation.
We choose to worship with prayer and meditation and join the East and West with ancient scriptures and texts found of our ancient alien astronauts as stories with the understanding as far as we can interpret correctly including the Bible of King James, The books not in the Bible of King James Version and other scriptures as we rewrite our history knowing we do not have all the history written as much was lost so we do not try to accept a literal meaning.
We have an annual gathering and webinars with our Ascension Center International Radio broadcast on Sundays with studies of our Wednesday night meetings in keeping with traditions of time in space of the elders of our churches formed in America by the protestants who came to America and joined with the Native American Indians. We are those who share with bringing the ative American Indians beliefs together with our own to be formed into accepting all others as brothers and sisters of the game of life and we ask to be joined and sign our names as such in the book of life with our own confessions which is good for the soul. We proclaim the rights of the regular healings we find in worship with this statement of faith joined with the old ways with our own new thought teaching as of the love and light as lightworkers and truthseekers.

We are Lightworkers & Truthseekers and we share healing with crystals, and some believe in the healing qualities of plant life and ingesting substances for future insights and for qualities of spiritual raising consciousness and healing past lives and the future of our procreation and sacred ceremonies including tantra rituals performed as one’s own sacred path.

Life partners, and seekers of companionship and fellowship is found to be important to our belief system. How we choose to engage in healing ceremonies whether laying on of hands for faith healing or exorcism of demons for faith healing does require touching of the physical body when agreed upon by two consenting adults over the age of eighteen years of age..

We form the ACE Metaphysical Institute and share the divine encounters spoken of in ancient history. We accept that we can think for ourselves and choose to believe in the executive, judicial and legislative branches of our country called the United State of America. We follow the laws of our country and address ourselves now as universal citizens. We believe in civil rights.
We are law abiding citizens and share Nature’s God as our ancestors proclaimed. We defend our Constitution of the United States of America, and of Declaration of Independence from our enemies both foreign and domestic. We believe in the Amendments and voting. We celebrate the holidays in America and share in expressions of celebration, worship, and healing praise.

Statement of Faith and Practices

The following is a statement of our position of basic Christian doctrines. Note: There are certain basic Christian truths about which there must be agreement. On all other doctrines there should be LIBERTY. In ALL things there must be LOVE as mentioned in 1 Corinthians 13:1-13. It is our resolution to take an uncompromising stand on the essential doctrines of the Faith, and extend the right hand of fellowship to all who hold to them. It is also our resolution to protect the liberty of Christians to hold different perspectives on the non-essential doctrines.

Note: There are doctrines we may consider non-essential, but which are important. We therefore make known our belief on these, while presenting them with TOLERANCE toward those who may hold a different position. We are committed to truth and accuracy in doctrine, but also understand that one can hold right doctrines and still do damage to the body of Christ by causing divisions over the non-essentials. We therefore just as committed to the essential Christian character, believing that, in all things there must be love. As Paul the apostle stated, “The goal of our instruction is love, from a pure heart and a sincere faith” (1 Tim 1:5). That, too, is our goal and commitment as we promote the following teachings that we hold as truth:

On the Person of Jesus Christ

Jesus Christ is the Word (Logos) of God. The Word was with God in the Beginning, which states His pre-existence as one with God (John 1:1). By Him all things were created, both in the heavens and on earth (Col 1:16), therefore making Him the Creator. Jesus Christ is the Purpose of God found in all creation. He is the Father’s delight and desire, and the Father is looking for the reflection of His Son in all created things (Heb 1:3). Jesus is the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End (Rev 1:8). In the beginning, it was (and still is) the ultimate purpose of God for all things to be summed up in Christ (Eph 1:4-10).

Jesus Christ, Who pre-existed with God in the form of God, emptied Himself to become fully a man (Phil 2:6-9) that He might be the propitiatory (stand-in and only) sacrifice for the sins of mankind (Heb 2:17, 1 John 2:2). Through His propitiatory sacrifice made on the cross, all who believe in (trust in) Him and His sacrifice have their sins remitted (forgiven) and are restored to fellowship with God lost by man’s transgression (John 3:16, Rom 5:18-19, Rom 10:9-11). Jesus was born of a virgin, by the seed of the Holy Spirit (Matt 1:20-23, Luke 1:35). His virgin birth is a testimony that only the Spirit can beget that which is Spirit. Those of the new creation are not solely of human origin, but are born from above by the Holy Spirit (2 Cor 5:17, John 3:5-7). The resurrection of Jesus’ physical body after His crucifixion was literal (Matt 28:1-10), as will be the resurrection of both the just and the unjust on the Day of Judgment (Heb 6:1, Heb 9:27, Acts 24:15, 2 Cor 5:9-11).

There is only one God and one mediator between God and man, the Man Christ Jesus (1 Tim 2:5). All who seek restoration and fellowship with God must go through the Lord Jesus Christ and cannot approach God through any other work, person, church, spirit or doctrine (John 14:6). It is also a supreme presumption for any person or institution to seek to be mediator for others in place of the Lord Jesus Himself.

On Man

We believe that man was created by God from the dust of the earth (Gen 2:7), without sin or the knowledge of good or evil (Gen 3:22, Rom 5:12). The first man, Adam (1 Cor 15:45), transgressed the command of God (Rom 5:19), and as God had warned (Gen 2:16-17), the process of death entered him and all of his descendants because of that transgression (Rom 5:12-21). Therefore, all have sinned and are worthy of the sentence of death (Rom 3:23).

Because of original sin and our unrighteousness, we are unable to approach a Holy God, except through the atoning sacrifice (shed blood) of Jesus Christ (Rom 3:21-28, Eph 1:7). Through Jesus and His atoning sacrifice (Rom 5:1-2), we not only can come before the Throne of Grace (Rom 10:12), but we may approach it boldly (Heb 4:16, Heb 10:19) since our confidence is not in our religious performance and good works (Rom 3:23), but in the Lord Jesus and His atoning sacrifice. (Phil 3:3, Rom 8:1).

On the Atonement

Because all have sinned (Rom 3:23, Eccl 7:20) and are therefore under the sentence of death (Rom 5:12-21), all must trust in the atoning sacrifice of Jesus for the remission (forgiveness) of sins (Heb 9:22, Eph 1:7, 1 John 1:7, 1 John 2:2). There is no other way to reconcile with God or escape from eternal judgment, except through the propitiatory sacrifice of Jesus Christ (Rom 3:21-26, Rom 5:8-9, Heb 9:11-15).

On the New Birth

Believing in our hearts that Jesus is the Son of God and in His propitiation made for our salvation is a part of the regeneration and renewal process that constitutes our new birth into a new creation (2 Cor 5:17). Although this does not imply immediate perfection in our temporal life or lifestyle, it does mean that true faith will result in a “radical” change in us (James 2:14-20).

Being “born again” implies a new beginning, not an ending. Christian maturity in faith, truth and life is a process. Even so, this process must begin with spiritual regeneration or new birth (John 3:3, Titus 3:4-7). While it is possible to change our behavior without regeneration, changing our hearts requires the new birth, and it is our hearts upon which God looks (Rom 8:27).

On the Purpose of Faith

True faith is of the heart (Rom 10:8-10) and not just the mind (Acts 8:37). God’s purpose in requiring faith for salvation is to raise our focus and concentration above the temporal to the One who is eternal (2 Cor 4:16-18). Therefore, the gospel that is able to save souls must be preached in the power of the Spirit of God (1 Cor 2:1-5). The gospel is not dependent upon human eloquence or persuasion that may change minds, but cannot change hearts.

On the Authority of Scripture

We believe in the Divine inspiration and authority of the 66 books of the Holy Bible as the canon of God’s testimony to mankind. We are committed to esteeming Scripture as the very Word of God, inerrant in its original form. We do not accept any doctrine which contradicts Scripture (2 Tim 3:16). We understand there are other books and scriptures that may not have made it into the original King James version.

We understand that there are many practices and doctrines that are considered orthodox, which do not contradict the Scriptures, but which are not directly addressed in His Word. We are committed to giving liberty in the belief and practice of these teachings (2 Cor 3:17), but we will endeavor to maintain the simplicity of the biblical testimony and its stated practices as we are given grace to perceive them.

We do not accept any spiritual experience as having its source in the Holy Spirit that does not have a precedent in Scripture. We do not accept any revelation, vision, dream, prophesy or discernment as truth, which contradicts Scripture, or cannot be verified by it. We do not believe that any other writings have the same authority as the canon of Scripture.

On the Lord’s Supper

We acknowledge the ordinance of the Lord’s Supper in remembrance of Jesus and as a testimony of our communion (common-union) with Him in His body, the Church (Luke 22:19, 1 Cor 11:20-26). We consider it a holy ordinance, but we do not accept the teaching that communion is for the purpose of remitting sins, which Scripture testifies is based solely in the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross (Heb 9:25-28).

On Water Baptism

We believe that water baptism should be by immersion and accomplished as soon as possible after commitment to the Lordship of Jesus Christ and His atoning sacrifice for our sin. This ordinance is a personal and public statement of faith (Matt 10:32), which is the ceremonial act of identifying with our spiritual baptism into the Body of Christ, and Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection (Matt 28:19, Acts 2:38, Rom 6:3-4, 1 Cor 12:13).

On the Church and the Holy Spirit
We believe that those who have “truly” accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior receive the Gift (Promise) of the Holy Spirit at conversion (Acts 11:17, 2 Cor 1:22-23, Rom 5:5). We also believe that, at conversion, we are sealed with the Holy Spirit of Promise (Eph 1:13-14), and are baptized into the Body of Christ by the Spirit (1 Cor 12:12-13, Titus 3:4-7, 2 Cor 1:21-22), and that our bodies become the temple of the Holy Spirit (1 Cor 6:19-20).

Furthermore, the Holy Spirit is given to “HELP” us be Christlike with divine appointments and spiritual giftings (1 Cor 12:1-11, 2 Cor 1:21-22, John 14:16-18) that enable us to carry out the Great Commission (Matt. 28:19-20). Subsequent to conversion (or after conversion), we believe that all believers should be continually filled over and over again with the Holy Spirit, as evidenced in the Book of Acts, and that continued Holy Spirit experiences/encounters are a part of normal Christianity. (Eph 5:18, 1 Cor 12:13, Acts 4:31, John 7:37).

We also believe that the Holy Spirit performs many necessary ministries/functions in the Believer’s life such as: Counselor/Helper (John 14:16), Teacher (John 14:26), Empower (Acts 1:8), Guide (Rom 8:14), Intercessor (Rom 8:26-27), Giver of Spiritual Gifts (1 Cor 12:11; 1 Cor 14), and the One who produces spiritual fruit in our lives (Gal 5:22-23).

We believe in and accept the Ascension Gifts (Five-fold) ministries of apostles, prophets, pastors, teachers, and evangelists for the perfecting and equipping of the saints (Eph 4:11-16, 1 Cor 12:28, Eph 2:19-20).

On the Second Coming of Christ

We believe in the literal, physical return of the Lord Jesus Christ (Acts 1:11, 2 Thess 2:1-12, Rev 1:7).

We believe that those who are alive and remain at the return of our Lord will be changed and caught up to be with Him in the air. Those who have died in the faith will be resurrected and precede those who are alive in being changed and caught up to be with Him (1 Thess 4:16-17, 1 Cor 15: 51-55).

We believe in the literal, physical resurrection of both the just and the unjust for the Day of Judgment (Acts 24:15, 2 Peter 2:9, 2 Cor 5:10). For those who have been justified by faith in Christ Jesus (Rom 3:28, Rom 5:1, Gal 2:16) and His sacrifice on our behalf, this resurrection is for Eternal Life in fellowship with God. Those who are not justified by faith in Christ Jesus are resurrected for an eternal damnation/punishment (John 3:18, John 5:28-30, Acts 24:15, 2 Peter 2:9, Jude 1:6).

Expressions of Praise, Worship & Celebration

Singing: (Psalm 81:1, Psalm 95:1, Eph 5:18-19)
Dancing: (Psalm 149:3, Psalm 150:4, 2 Sam 6:14, Psalm 30:11
Clapping Our Hands: (Psalm 47:1, Psalm 98:8)
Shouting: Psalm 35:27: (Psalm 47:1, Psalm 98:4)
Making a Joyful Noise: (Psalm 66:1, Psalm 98:4, Psalm 100:1)
Making Music on Instruments: (2 Sam 6:5, Psalm 150)
Lifting Up Holy Hands: (Psalm 63:4, Psalm 134:2, 1 Tim 2:8)
Laughter: (Psalm 126:2, Job 8:21)
Thanksgiving: (Ezra 3:11, Psalm 69:30, Psalm 100:4)
Speaking & Singing in Tongues: (Acts 10:46, 1 Cor 14:2, Eph 5:19)
Standing: (Deut 10:8, 1 Chron 23:30, Neh 9:5)
Kneeling: (Psalm 95:6, Eph 3:14, Phil 2:10)

WE believe in the ASCENSION PROCESS. Duality and the veil we have accepted as a communal “world” which includes cyberspace culture, social media, influences of our parents, art, culture, education, science, technology, history, folklife, environment, world religions, governments, philosophies, psychologies, and peer-pressure.

We share our ascribing to the highest standards of spiritual education.

We share in prayers and meditation to all our souls to ascend. We learn while we are here on planet earth and know we are here to grow our spirits. In today’s modern times we share health and prosperity for all and our philosophy is live and let live. We share the golden rule as live and do unto others as one would have them do unto us.

We believe in tithing 10% for the good of the whole to assist the sick and the poor in the name of God’s Holy Church in the Great Commission and the sharing of Christ Consciousness in us all.