Our church sure could use some LOve from the Hemp community, if anyone would like to donate some fresh hemp to help us help others it would be greatly Appreciated. Part of Every sale/donation also helps someone in need. Please Share this in groups and other cool places. #OneLove4SharingAndCaring #OneLove4OurHolyHealingPlant
Please Pray and send good healing vibes to the victims of Hurricane Dorian. They need all the help they can get most of them have nothing left. Please donate and share local. Support local people doing good things. Thank you to all of Our Veterans and Service people 🙂
Cannabis Churches Uniting in Florida and Colorado 🙂 #TheFirstCannabisChurchWW #GreenFaithMinistries #OneLove4Helping #OneLove4OurHolyHealingPlant. Sending out Peace to Everyone!
Summer Greetings from South Florida! I can hardly wait to meet/hug you in person, in a few short weeks. Looking forward to a quality mission. Many stops to make. Please alert local vets in need that we are in it to win it, by helping one another heal, to live a quality life. Angels for veterans unite! <3
Happy Tuesday Everyone 🙂 Happiness and empathy and love!
Happy 420 Peace to Everyone 🙂 Do something good today and be a good person.
Happy Sunday to everyone 🙂 Sending Sunshine and Happiness out 🙂
Our church coffee shop/gathering place could look like this. Happy Thursday to Everyone 🙂 Please share what you and be good to people when you can.
MADISON (WKOW) — A judge will allow a Stoughton man to be at his Rastafarian church, even though prosecutors claim it’s a drug business. Jesse Schworck, 39, is charged with five felony counts of selling or possessing marijuana. Police say he and another man, Dylan Bangert, were selling marijuana out of the church. Schworck tells 27 News they gave it away as part of their religion. In court Monday, Schworck’s attorney asked the court to enter not guilty pleas to the charges on his behalf. Afterward, the judge took up a motion by Schworck’s attorney to modify his bond and allow him to be at the church on West Mifflin Street. Attorney Anthony Delyea argued Schworck and others want to continue their work to help the homeless. The prosecutor objected, but the judge ruled Schworck could be at the church as long as he participates in no illegal activity. During the court hearing, the judge told Schworck he would have to sign a new bond form. Court records show he signed it “non-asumpstt (sic).” Non-assumpsit is a Latin term in which a defendant claims he did not promise any obligation set forth in the plaintiff’s complaint. Because Schworck didn’t sign his name to the bond form, the judge ordered another bail/bond hearing for Tuesday, July 16.