My name is Amanda. I live in the UK. I was not brought up as a Christian but I felt drawn to Christianity in my 20’s after going to a local church regularly in order to “qualify” or prove our sincerity to have a church wedding. I was gradually drawn in to the teachings and the church community. I taught children in a very informal way about the Christian teachings of God and Jesus. This gave me a lot of joy and I loved belonging to what I felt was a loving community. As time went on, my interest went away and came back again and eventually I became very interested in finding out as much truth as I could about God but although those around me worshipped Jesus, I found him hard to relate to. The person presented in the Bible seemed abrupt, liked telling people off and did not seem a “nice” person to me. I felt frustrated that the person who was supposed to be God annoyed me and that fascinated me – why did I find him annoying and everyone else loved him.
I then found an article about Alan John Miller and Mary Luck, who are claiming to be Jesus and Mary Magdalene and are teaching about how to have a personal, emotional, feeling relationship with God. Finding these teachings has been in some ways a huge relief and in other ways caused me a large amount of personal turmoil.