Welcome to Oakbridge University
Welcome to Oakbridge University! Founded by Ministers Tom & Judith Coates in 1989, Oakbridge is a non-denominational Center of Truth based on the teachings of Jesus and other great Teachers.
Oakbridge is also the home of Jeshua ben Joseph (Jesus) in expression through Judith Coates. She has been channeling Jeshua since 1993, sharing his love & wisdom with audiences around the globe.
"I come to you in this form because you have invited me. I come to you in this form because you have a willingness to hear the still small voice of TRUTH. I come to you now in this form to show you I am not far off from you.
"I am not upon the cross. I am not ascended unto the Father to sit at the right hand somewhere far off that you can never approach. Yes, I do sit at the right hand of my Father and the left hand and upon his lap, as you do, for there is no separation. I come to you now in this form so that you may change your image of who I AM."
Jeshua ben Joseph (Jesus)
Jeshua's teachings & messages have been collected in a very special series of books, The Personal Christ book series, published through Oakbridge and available online & at New Age bookstores everywhere. Please see the New Publication link at right for more about our newest book, The Personal Christ Vol. 6, as well as the other books in the series.
We also publish a free monthly newsletter, The Expanding Viewpoint, with messages from Jeshua and happenings at Oakbridge and our study groups around the United States and Canada. Please see an excerpt from our latest newsletter, below.
We invite you to look around our website, review our books & tapes, and sign up for our newsletter. Thank you for sharing with us!
Jeshua Speaks About:
Beloved one, I have noticed that you abide in love quite often, because that is where it feels good. But I have noticed also that sometimes you get into a place of separation where there can be a bit of judgment. Judgment does not have to mean that you are finding fault with someone, although it habitually is where the generational teaching has brought you: to say that someone “should” be doing something differently. That comes very quickly out of habit.
I have seen you have a thought about someone or something they were doing or something they said perhaps, and there has been the instantaneous judgment of it based on generational teaching or past experience, and then I have seen you step back from it and say, “Well, that is just how they are. That is just part of who they think themselves to be.”