Sundays – beginning January 9

Spiritual Principles for Lasting Weight Loss – Sundays at 11:30 a.m. PT

12 class meetings

Has the ability to maintain your perfect weight eluded you?  Many of us learn the physical steps to lose weight. Others even learn to change habits and behaviors. This course will focus on the spiritual principles needed to achieve and maintain your perfect weight. Join us and be informed, encouraged, inspired and incited to be your real self:  whole, perfect and complete!

Required Text: A Course in Weight Loss by Marianne Williamson. The book can be purchased on Amazon.

Class begins January 9 – March 27, 2022

Sundays – beginning January 16

Bible 4 – Old Testament, Metaphysical Interpretation, part 1 – Sundays at 3 p.m. PT

Bible 4 is a study of the metaphysical meaning of the characters and the events of the Old Testament and their relationship to our attitudes and consciousness. This course covers the Old Testament from the allegories of Genesis to the Solomon and the divided kingdoms of Israel and Judah.  

Required Text: Let There Be Light by Elizabeth Sand Turner; Book can be purchased from instructor or on Amazon.

Supplemental texts: Metaphysical Bible Dictionary by Charles Fillmore; and Revealing Word by Charles Fillmore

Tuesdays – beginning January 18

Basic Truth Principles 1 – Becoming a New Thought Christian – Tuesdays at 6:30 – 8 p.m. PT

Class begins January 18 – March 29, 2022 – 11 class meetings

Required Texts: The New Thought Christian by William Warch and Alternatives by William L. Fischer (purchase on Amazon)

There is a quiet revolution taking place throughout the world which is in reality a sign of spiritual growth. Many people are breaking away from traditional dogmatic religious beliefs. These people seek a new definition of God, Christ, and Holy Spirit. Some have discovered new ways of thinking new thoughts on God which make common sense.

This course is an exploration of what it means to be a New Thought Christian.  It is an in-depth study of the basic principles espoused by the Johnnie Colemon Theological Seminary and all UFBL churches, including Understanding Principles for Better Living (UP Church).  It includes the origin and history of New Thought and UFBL leading to a better understanding of the principles one should apply in order to live the abundant life of which Jesus spoke.