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Children of God, Family of Love, The Family, The Family International Fellowship; Fellowship of Independent Missionary Communities


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Christian ExFamily.orgOff-site Link An extensive site with several active bulletin boards. Includes a plethora of well-organized research material, including copies of official Children of God publications.
Profess to be Christian but are outside orthodox Christianity The FamilyOff-site Link (Official Site). This link leads to the official website of The Family International. Keep in mind that while The Family's terminology may sound 'Christian,' theologically the movement is considered to be a cult of Christianity. The site includedes a section intended for the mediaOff-site Link. The Family considers itself to be the victim of religious persecution. The movement refers to, and makes use of, cult apologists
Christian Moving OnOff-site Link [Note: This site has closed, but you view the material at the Internet Archive.] Huge ex-member site with an active online community. Somewhat chaotic, but there's good stuff in all those nooks and crannies.
MovingOn.org was created for people born and/or raised in the religious group known as The Children of God or The Family. While the majority of participants are people who have left (hence the name Moving On,) second or third generation young people who still live in Family communes are welcome to participate on here as well. Friends and relatives of participants are also welcome here, as are those who were raised in other religious groups.
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• Subject: The Family International
• First posted: Dec. 1, 1996
• Last Updated: Apr. 3, 2008
• Editors: Anton and Janet Hein
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