All ministers, when reflecting on their spiritual paths, would agree that a deep
understanding of the teachings occurred through their ministry, rather than during
their earlier years of studying. Although such prior study and training may have
laid a necessary foundation, the most significant spiritual growth took place as
ministers when expressing and sharing the teachings with others.
Anyone who is serious about his or her spiritual path, is encouraged to become a
Lay Minister. The motivation to do this is important because it changes one's attitude
toward the teachings. When one takes an active role of responsibility, the teachings
are deeply internalised, often in creative ways that make the teachings uniquely
one's own. It is by developing one's individual capabilities to the maximum that
a contribution is made to society in general.
Interested persons can request more information about our Lay Ministry Program by
contacting us using the email link on this website.