My name is Janice Lynch. I am a psychic. I have visions, see angels and communicate with "dead" people. I am also a Christian. These truths live within my soul, my heart, and my life and form the foundation of my faith. For years, I struggled with all of these truths in my life. I felt pulled apart. Can Jesus and spiritual experiences co-exist?
The answer became my life's quest and fueled our decision to create The Divine Fellowship. As the Divine Fellowship's minister, I share my journey and my experiences in messages, guided meditation and workshops.
Recent Blessings from Janice Channeled from the Ancient Ones.
Phil Lynch was born in Alaska before it was a state, and his first memory is of his Catholic baptism. He went to Catholic school and Catholic Church six days a week, where he caused lots of trouble asking question none of his religious teachers could answer. As a result, Phil now considers himself a "recovering Catholic". Through the Years Phil and his wife Janice, attended other churches but always felt something was missing. Phil became ordained along with Janice in 1995 and created The Diving Fellowship in 1997. Phil starts off our services on the lighter side. Our groups laughter is contagious so be forewarned - you will get a good healing Laugh - as the group that laughs together stays together.
Christopher Turner was ordained into the Priesthood of the Liberal Catholic Church in 1980. he as been a student and teacher of metaphysical thought since the 1960s, He has been a member and later the Lodge Master of the Cornelius Agrippa Lodge of the International Rosicrucian Society and a practicing member of Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism. His interests led him to study many of the world's majors religions and philosophy, with Eastern religions and philosophy being his chief focus of study.
Christopher is now the owner of CNT Consulting, a Spiritual Intelligence (SQ) based company, that works with individuals and organizations. As the poet William Blake wrote, "If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to us as it is, infinite.