Many contest that they are waiting for the physical return of Jesus to save them, just as they expected him to save them 2000 years ago.
Jesus, Bunnies and Eggs…Oh My
In the commune we did not celebrate the death of Jesus; but his birth, his life, his purpose, and his ascension. As a little girl we celebrated the birth of Christ on April 6th and his resurrection on the Sunday immediately following. It was common knowledge that Jesus was born in the spring; it was … Continue reading Jesus, Bunnies and Eggs…Oh My
Christmas in the Commune
When our commune was first established the founding elders agreed that there would be no recognition or celebration of holidays based in Pagan tradition. That included Christmas. My father referred to Christmas as a “filthy Pagan ritual” and refused to expose his children to its customs. As a child I was far too young to … Continue reading Christmas in the Commune