Beloved Community World
Our Intention
James Twyman & The Beloved Community
Seminary of Spiritual Peacemaking

James Twyman

James is the President of The Beloved Community, an inter-religious organization that has ordained over 350 Peace Ministers around the world and the founder of The Seminary of Spiritual Peacemaking.

We are grateful for James' whole-hearted support of Beloved World.

James Twyman is an internationally renowned, best-selling author, filmmaker and musician who has a reputation for traveling to some of the world's greatest areas of conflict and sharing his message of peace. He has been called "The Peace Troubadour" and has performed his peace concert in countries like Iraq, Northern Ireland, South Africa, Bosnia and Serbia, drawing millions of people together in prayer to influence events of world crisis.

James has written ten books including Emissary of Light, Emissary of Love, and the upcoming Hay House release of The Moses Code. He has also produced or directed four films including the award winning Indigo, and will soon release the film version of The Moses Code. His CD's have inspired hundreds of thousands of people, and his performances at the United Nations, US Capitol and Pentagon, as well as grass roots projects like The Cloth of Many Colors, have made him one of the most influential spiritual peacemakers in the world.

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While Beloved World has been birthed from the Seminary of Spiritual Peacemaking, it is organized and run independently from James Twyman and The Beloved Community non-profit organization.

The Beloved Community

We are a spiritual and educational church organization that strives to align itself with the teachings of inner peace at the center of every religion and sacred scripture”. ~ James Twyman

The Ultimate goal of the Beloved Community is to demonstrate the Divinity of Life that is revealed every moment of our lives, and in doing so, to create a world of lasting compassion and peace.

The Beloved Community is an extension of and claims its lineage from the first century group known as “The Community of the Beloved Disciple,” founded by St. John the Apostle shortly after the resurrection and ascension of Jesus. This ancient community has its roots in many other groups throughout history, including the Cathars (Also called the “Church of Love”), and the Knights Templar, as well as several other modern manifestations. Our goal is to fulfill the commission Jesus gave to St. John, asking him to reunite the feminine and masculine aspects of the Christ. Special emphasis is given to Mary, the mother of Jesus, and Mary Magdalene. The Community of the Beloved Disciple has always believed that Divine Revelation is a personal experience that occurs between the individual and God, and is not contingent upon an intermediary priesthood or church. The Beloved Community, though it has its roots in esoteric Christianity, strives to honor all paths to God, especially as they relate to inner and world peace.

The Beloved Community
is a non-profit organization, based out of the USA.

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