Sister Abigail is an Activist, Prolific Author, Certified Nutritional Consultant and Raw Food Chef.  She is the host of The Sister Abigail Show an internet based program that combines radio and video.

Sister Abigail has self-published a book titled Transsexualism: What is the Christian Perspective? She is also the developer of a variety of highly  popular online training programs.

Sister Abigail has taught Expositional Style Bible Studies at numerous church’s.  She taught a multiple week Verse By Verse study of the Epistle of Jude @ Bethlehem Lutheran Church Richmond Va.  Sister Abigail also taught in a similar fashion @ New Beginnings Christian Church Richmond Va.

Sister Abigail has been in the Healing & Deliverance Ministry for over a decade.

Sister Abigail has founded numerous churches and ministries in Virginia and Florida.

Credentials Update

Northern Woods Tradition

– First Degree Priestess (In Progress)

Magicka School

– Wicca Revealed 12 Month Course (In Progress)

Universal Life Church International Headquarters

– Doctor of Motivation (In Progress)
– Doctor of Religious Humanities (In Progress)
– Doctor of the Universe (In Progress)

Universal Life Church Seminary

– Master of Comparative Religion
– Master of Metaphysical Healing
– Master of Shamanism

Saint Luke Evangelical School of Biblical Studies

– Bachelor of Christian Website Design
– Master of Theology
– Doctor of Divinity (revoked)

Wise Woman University

– Herbal Medicine: Nourishing Herbal Infusions – Drink Your Way To Health
– Energy Healing: Shaman’s Circle: Earth Spirits and Guides


Universal Life Church International HQ (2000)
Oasis Interfaith Ministry (2014)
Church of Seven Planes
Logos Christian Fellowship (revoked)
Jesus Loves You Church
Seed of Abraham (revoked)





Who Is Sister Abigail?

The above video was in answer to the above question that I covered in a previous season of The Sister Abigail Show.  If you have any questions that you would like me to cover on need more clarification on something I said in the above video please feel free to share it in the comment section below.

Red Letter Christian

Now, inside the mind of a red letter christian. I am a Red Letter Christian. That was a movement started by Tony Campolo and number of other people; Richard Rohr a Catholic priest, Brian McLaren who is part of the Emergent Christianity that is on the scene today, and a number of others. What we are trying to do is read the bible through the lens of Jesus, through the red letters. Remember when the old bibles had the translation of the word of Jesus in the red? Well, that is what we are doing. We are pulling out the words of Jesus and reading the bible through the lens of Jesus. And you say, how does that help. Well, you know as a protestant, someone who believes in the reformation and stuff like that. I’ve always seen the bible in the eyes my denomination’s founder, John Wesley or John Calvin depending on what organization that I was a part of. And then back through the eyes of Paul, and then back to Jesus. you see what I am saying. But even then it was only the eschatological Jesus. The Jesus that was coming not the Jesus that was. So what happens is Richard Rohr told Tony Campolo a story once. He said what is the difference between the lenses that read the scripture through. And Richard Rohr said well as Catholics we start in the gospels, as Protestants you start in the Epistles; you always read through the eyes of the Apostle Paul. It’s the bible through Pauline theology. Well, we start with Jesus. The difference is, and this should hit home to a lot of people is that the Catholic church produces people like Mother Teresa and the Protestant churches produce seminaries. So you see the Protestant churches have been really concerned with correct doctrine, following a certain creed, who is in and who is out. And us as red letter christians, we believe that the christian faith has to do with today, and it more about orthopraxy, instead of orthodoxy. We aren’t discounting the importance of good doctrine. Proper doctrine produces proper behavior. We have acknowledge the fact that we could be wrong. Paul says that we see through the glass darkly but then we shall see him face to face. So that is one focus.

Red Letter Christianity, how does that apply to our lives? Well, it’s just really kingdom focused. Every time Jesus showed up on the scene, he says I have come to declare that the kingdom of heaven is at hand. He told the apostles to go and preach the kingdom of heaven is at hand. So we need to understand what this kingdom of heaven, kingdom of God is. How it works out in our lives today, how we can be kingdom people. I think that if we start way back in the Old Testament, we don’t get it. If we start with the prophetic view of Jesus, we don’t really get it. But if we start with the gospel view of Jesus, we see it. The narrative has changed a little bit but the actors stay the same. Jesus says I have come to declare upon to you the kingdom of God. Well, everybody knew what he was talking about. Because they could look back to Isaiah and see when he was talking about when the kingdom of God has come, the lion will lay down with the lamb. People will be fed. Diseases will be cured, people will have access to good medication. If we look at the way the kingdom of God was presented and we are trying to be kingdom people that affects our lives. That affects the way we vote. It affects the things that we stand for.

As a Red Letter Christian, can I be for capital punishment? Well, I don’t know but it is really hard for me to be when I look at the words of Jesus and He says love your enemy,when He says blessed are the merciful. What should my view on war be? Blessed are the peacemakers. Love your enemy. When Jesus said love your enemy, I guess that means that we shouldn’t kill them. Jesus is the image of the invisible God. So, as Red Letter Christians, we are trying to struggle with the scriptures through the lens of Jesus. It changes, I really think it changes our understanding and our perception of the scriptures and it takes care of a lot of questions that we have. Because we aren’t looking at a slaughtering God now. Now we are looking at the God that was slaughtered. Amen. So I think a lot of things change when we scripture that way. So I am a Red Letter Christian.

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153 thoughts on “About”

    1. I like your emphasis on how we all have a piece of the puzzle. I am forever interested in hearing and learning new ideas and perspectives. I look forward to reading over the various post on your blog. I also appreciate the fact that you appear to be interested in the other pieces of the puzzle as well. Blessing to you!


      1. I thank you for your feed back. I quite honestly have had..I am having trouble getting a handle on the purpose of the Like button. Seems to me to be affective there needs to be a dislike button right next to it. But that wouldn’t do either. Maybe I like part of the post and dislike the other.another couple of buttons? So at the end of the day What is liked or dislike dis still an unknown. For me it is best to avoid the button and go right to the comment box. This probably isn’t thought of much. Every time I get a like I think about it. And my curiosity gets the best of me so I ask.what do you like…. You know you are the only one that replied. One of the main reasons I blog is to create an environment for dialogue.. We share , we learn, we evolve. Give and take is a win win situation. Okay I best stop with that last statement. Before I overstay my welcome.if it’s to be there will be another meeting. Enjoy your day.nick

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      2. The “Like” button is supposed to be there for people to let you know that they like the overall content of a specific page. You are right though since it is hard telling at times what stood out to the person who “like”d it. I appreciate how you asked and ultimately created further dialogue. I love dialogue and that is also a goal that I have on my blog. Blessings!


      1. lol..lol…it is a part of me. No of fence intended. I kind of thought if Jesus had been born and raised in the 50’s and 60’s he would have taken an interest in the hippy movement.nick

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      2. You are absolutely correct in my opinion brother. I think that the image of Jesus has been hijacked by American Values. Consumerism, Militarism, etc. I have spoken in a number of pulpits only to say that Jesus was a hippie. I have spent a number of years living among The Rainbow Family of Living Light and been made aware of that fact. Thanks so much for taking your time to further dialogue with me. Peace, Love & Light!


      3. In the year 1972 sitting at home alone, I experienced something that can not be explained with logic or the rational mind. Earlier in the day I had found my bible that the minister from the Methodist Church gave me when I was being confirmed. I had never open the pages before that moment. Like any other book I thought begin at page one. Matthew Chapter one….. I got to the sermon on the mountain and that is when it happened. I got to the verse ” Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God”. The words ……hard to put to words…like the words came to life breathing before me as the room filled with bright light and a presence. I looked around to see who had turned the lamps on . No one was there and the lamps were not on. When I came to my senses I was on my knees weeping as I repeated the words YOU ARE REAL over and over again.

        Later it was explained to me. They called it being born again.this was a time of spiritual awaking from the hippies, Jesus Freaks, Moonies too many to mention. I got caught in the wave of the Jesus movement. Media hype? There was a lot of that around Yes many capitalized on the young people. Good and evil stand side by side. You can not know one without the other. The closer you walk towards the good , the closer the presence of evil is.

        To make a long story , longer . I do tend to go on and on. To sum it all up. GOD IS. Not an institution. Relationship not religion

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      4. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome story and experience. I so wish that more of us could see this message of peace. I hope in up coming post and shows to cover this very topic. Thank you so much for taking an interest in The Sister Abigail Show. Peace, Love & Light!


  1. A belated thank you for following my blog. You are one busy lady! I see the bulk of your time has been spent in Virginia and Florida. Interesting. I am from Virginia and now live in Florida. Hmmmm. Pretty sure I’m not the only one. Thanks for sharing positivity and love!

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    1. Yes I am from Richmond Virginia. I left Virginia when I was 19 to do missions work with a church group based out of Florida. When I started having trouble with my vision I moved back home to Virginia where I reside now. Thanks so much for visiting The Sister Abigail Show. Blessings!


  2. Hey there Newbie Spikey!
    (for your info, a Spikey is the term for folk who are part of the clan known to be followers of Uncle Spike 🙂

    I wanted to catch up and say “thank you… I really appreciate your ‘follow’ as I for one, know how many interesting and entertaining blogs are out there.”

    Blogging since June 2013, my aim is to deliver an eclectic offering of posts, from my ‘point n shoot’ attempts at basic photography, to the sharing of my travel adventures over the decades, as well as day to day happenings here on the farm. Oh, plus a few observations, opinions and lighter-hearted stuff thrown in for good measure.

    I normally keep to a couple of posts a day, maybe 3-4 at weekends if I have something special to share. But if you are at a loose end one day, maybe you’ll enjoy trawling through some of my older stuff too. I have added plenty of categories to help in said digging process.

    Thanks again and hope you have a great day…


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