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Messiah did not preach that a person should simply believe in Him and then go to Heaven. The gospel He preached was the Gospel of the Kingdom and He laid out His terms very clearly. This was a radical message that demanded a response from those who heard it. These articles illustrate different aspects of this gospel.

We are eternal creatures. The way we live, the choices we make, and how we affect others will determine where we will spend eternity.

These articles address the gap between the abundant life promised by the Master and the churches as they are today.

Individuals, human society, and even the earth itself are being devastated by human choices. The changes that have brought this about are often subtle and gradual. In the midst of the only society we have ever known, can we recognize its errors and choose a path of restoration? These articles share many insights on this question.

Mankind, fallen as he is, is a fatally flawed race -- afflicted with a fatal flaw. How can he be healed? This is in no other way more starkly evident or manifested than in his inability to get along together in peace. Man's devastating flaw is expressed in the disunity between each other and in loneliness, drugs and alcohol, purposelessness, death...  But there is hope.

Through the centuries, spiritual movements have come and gone. The stories of the most amazing people are often distorted or omitted from the historic books.

Some people scoff at the intense interest given to end-time prophecies, but the times we live in could make a person fearful. This is the only time in over 4000 years that a global civilization and a global culture have been within man's reach. Many people fear -- with good reason -- what will happen as this "magnificent" civilization materializes.

Did you get one of our freepapers at a concert?  We like to go to meet people and make friends.  We're always looking for the people with the same heart as ours.


Straight from the heart, a variety of disciples tell their story of their struggles in society and in Christianity, and how they came to find true peace.

The Twelve Tribes is a confederation of twelve self-governing tribes, composed of self-governing communities. We are disciples of the Son of God whose name in Hebrew is Yahshua. We follow the pattern of the early church in Acts 2:44 and 4:32, truly believing everything that is written in the Old and New Covenants of the Bible, and sharing all things in common.