LIVING EPISTLES MINISTRIES AND
FOUNDER SHEILA R. VITALE
A Christian teaching ministry with headquarters in Port Jefferson Station, New York, Living Epistles Ministries publishes and distributes educational materials on a range of religious subjects. In addition to carrying dozens of hardcopy and electronic books, the organization offers multimedia products that range from online videos and recorded DVDs to more than 1,000 audio lectures on tape. Living Epistles Ministries (LEM) offers a unique take on the Christian tradition with in-depth examinations of traditional Biblical values and esoteric translations of both the Old Testament and the New Testament.
KNOW WHERE YOU ARE BEING
LED BEFORE FOLLOWING
For more than three decades, Living Epistles Ministries has published content to help Christians rightly understand the Bible. Recently, Living Epistles Ministries posted an article encouraging Christians to be cautious when contradictions present themselves, especially those that lead to ungodly actions.
The Jews say that they do not need a priest. That they go directly to God but this is a fallacy, a lie in their mind. What they do not understand is the higher soul that they claim allows them to go directly to God is actually a priest and that Moses is their high priest, but he is dead.
PASTOR VITALE ON THE JUDGMENT OF
CHRIST VS SOWING & REAPING
Based in Port Jefferson Station, New York, Living Epistles Ministries (LEM) is a teaching organization focused on leading followers to a deeper understanding of Christian principles. To provide followers with resources, Living Epistles Ministries maintains a website which educates through a number of online mediums, including a blog.
LEM MOVIE REVIEW CONNECTS
THE MATRIX AND SCRIPTURE
A teaching ministry dedicated to the dissemination of free Christian literature, Living Epistles Ministries (LEM) was established by Pastor Sheila R. Vitale in 1988. Since the organization began through small, casual meetings held once per week, Living Epistles Ministries has expanded significantly, and now makes a variety of teaching resources available on its website.