We propose that David preside as prophet, seer and revelator over a stake of Zion, called according to revelation The Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship.
Those who do not align with the majority of the principal issues of doctrine or practice upon which the Fellowship is based should not hold a leadership position therein.
Of the matters that halt the spread of our invitation to Fellowship is the matter of whether or not we are a church. We do not currently have agreement among the leadership as to the definition of this word…
We are contemplating whether the Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship, The School of the Prophets, Latter Day Saint Universalist Ministries and the Home for the spiritually homeless are all the same or separate overlapping entities, and if better and clearer designations should be put in place.
On April 13, 2021, three members of the Council of Elders sent a list of nine items concerning the direction of the Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship. David too these questions and concerns to the Lord. In response, the Lord gave him the following revelation, which was first sustained by the First Presidency and then sent to the Council of Elders.
Due to several questions and concerns regarding the name of the Fellowship of Christ, I have felt prompted and moved to share the experience of the revelation I received when I was given the name.
“I directed my soul unto her, and I found her in pureness: I have had my heart joined with her from the beginning, therefore shall I not be forsaken.” -Ecclesiasticus 51:20 KJV Lishmah (לישמה), literally translated means “for her sake,” or “for her name.” In Kabbalah it is generally translated as “for its sake,” or “for its name.” “It” here refers to the study of the Torah, stating why we focus on the Torah and the Mitzvah—we study the Torah…