Karygma A' Regita

The Path of Honor determines the "noble standing by merit" by which the Peers earn the rights of participation in decision-making and are qualified for functional leadership roles with our Society. Ta Karygma A' Regita (The Path of Honor) is based on the Biblical concepts of the inherent priesthood, kingship, and nobility of all Believers. We are part of a "Kingdom of priests and kings unto the Lord" and recognize those who have gained noble standing by merit through their own character development and entrusting the over all vision to those who will impart it to others by example, word, and deed. This Path of Honor is based on the Paths of the Lord and the Ancient Paths which are referred to extensively in the Book of Proverbs and throughout the Bible.

It is important to understand the distinction between an individual Path of Honor and a competitive, hierarchical system. Unlike some secret societies or fraternal organizations  with hierarchical degrees, Ta Karygma A’ Regita is not secret at all; rather, it is publicly available. Moreover, as individuals pray and live their wyrd, progression along the Path of Honor is inevitable as anointing, fruit of the spirit, and transfigurement come forth. While there are some common metrics by which merit is considered, Ta Karygma A’ Regita remains non-competitive and non-hierarchical due to the gloriously unique wyrd of each individual.  
In our Society, we are all potentially nobles. Nobility is about noble character demonstrated by merit. Peer standing or status is referred to as “Khagani," a word best translated as the public recognition of merit and nobility as confirmed by character, contribution, skills, achievements, overcoming disadvantages, helping and serving others, fidelity to common standards, integrity, honor, and or the like. Khagani are earned by the affirmation of  peers, including those Peers along the spectrum of Ta Karygama A' Regita: those who have advanced, those who hold the Khagani being sought, and those who are in pursuit one’s current Khagani whom they are obliged to serve. All Khagani are open to all Peers and are irrespective of one’s denomination, age, economic status, ethnicity, and the like.