Creation Spirituality Communities

Creating, Networking, and Supporting Creation Spirituality Communities and Individuals.

Tony Walter
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  • Gympie Qld 4570
  • Australia
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Tony Walter commented on Matt Henry's group Forming & Nurturing CS Communities
"Small cell groups that educate and multiply are a proven system that guarantees growth for believers in the same cause. A small cell of 5 to 6 people is easily formed and after reaching a basic understanding can then split into 4 new cells of 5…"
Nov 24, 2013
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New Cosmology, w/ Brian Swimme ~~~ 10 Videos

"Brian Swimme is a modern day Moses bringing us a message of hope for the future of Earth. We need to hear his stories as well as those of authors like David Suzuki, Ken Wilber and Michael Morwood. Having absorbed their content we should each act…"
Nov 24, 2013
Tony Walter joined Matt Henry's group
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Forming & Nurturing CS Communities

A resource place for ideas and questions about how you're doing well (or not) in forming Creation Spirituality community, wherever it is that you are.
Sep 19, 2013
Tony Walter updated their profile
Feb 7, 2013
Tony Walter and Moira Deslandes are now friends
Feb 7, 2013
Tony Walter is now a friend of Creation Spirituality Communities
Sep 12, 2012

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How did you come to discover Creation Spirituality?
Matthew Fox Book
How would you briefly describe your spirituality? (Be creative! Don't worry if it only seems to make sense to you - we love the diverse and the hard-to-explain!)
New-age Catholic
What is your first language?
English

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