Help us meet our goal:
$22,500/mo. in contributions!
“ It is time to move from the Old Spirituality to the New Spirituality, to let go of Yesterdayís God and to embrace Tomorrowís God. The message here that Tomorrowís God will be separate from nothing, is a radical message. It is also a very important one-perhaps the single most important message of the New Spirituality. And it is the one element that is missing from most of the worldís theologies. The New Spirituality will never condemn traditional religion, but seek always to include it in the process by which divine truth continues to be revealed. There are far too many treasures in your religious traditions to abandon them. The future of humanity with regard to religion is not about desertion, but dissection, not about rejection, but rejuvenation ”
The Foundation for Personal Growth & Spiritual Understanding
(Celebrating 19 Years since the publication of Conversations with God, Book 1)
Dear Conversations with God readers:
We are a small non-profit whose purpose is to share the messages of CWG. With a staff of 3 to serve the world, we work hard to keep our costs down. Like any other business, though, our expenses include rent, programs, salaries (very modest), and such things as computer maintenance, upkeep of our web site, etc. We will not run ads on this website, as we refuse to "co-opt" these wonderful messages in that way. And so, we rely solely on donations from you to support our many free programs such as: Books for Friends/Prison Outreach, the CwG Chapel, CwG Study Group listings, the Provider Network and educational offerings like CWG Day-to-Day, Spiritual Renewal Retreats, and our on-line course. If everyone reading this right now chipped in what you feel good with on a monthly basis, we could meet our expenses. If the messages of CWG brought you benefit, we hope that you will help keep us going for another year. Please click here to make a donation.
Areas of Interest (Updated Regularly)
A Taste of Our Current Bulletin
My Dear Friends,
When I was a child, I was told that love means thinking of others first. Then Conversations with God said I should always put myself first. Could this be right? How could I reconcile this with my earlier life teachings? The answer is that everything has to do with intentions. If it is your intention in life to live the grandest version of the greatest vision you ever held about who you are, and if that vision of yourself is that you are loving, caring, generous, kind, compassionate, and truthful, then you will behave towards others in a way which could look like you are putting them first......... More...