by Jane Keep, UK
I am based in the UK. I have for the last eight years attended many presentations and workshops run by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine. In that time, Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine have been absolutely consistent in their level of integrity – unwaveringly so. I have yet to meet another organisation or individual with so much consistency and integrity: and I can say this, as I have worked with hundreds of organisations during my 33 years of work, and studied ethics and morals as part of a Master of Philosophy degree, as well as studying codes of ethical conduct as part of a PhD study.
One of the things that deeply inspires me about Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine Practitioners is the consistency in the way they treat everyone they meet: all fellow human beings are treated absolutely equally. Everyone is treated with the utmost respect, regard, dignity, care and tenderness. This has truly inspired me.
In the last few weeks I have read the many blogs and accounts of the ‘media ambush’ at one of Serge Benhayon’s Esoteric Medicine presentations. The ambusher was David Millikan, who introduced himself as a Minister of the Uniting Church. Given the abhorrent and disrespectful bullying way David Millikan treated the families, men, women and children who attended the presentation, I was curious to see what the Uniting Church purported to be, and, what their values were.
The Uniting Church values include:
“The church’s mission co-workers immerse themselves in local culture, seek to hear the voice of the local people, and respond by offering support, encouragement and empowerment. This is particularly so in the area of human rights, where the dignity of people made in the image of God must always be respected, however different their way of life may be from that of the mission co-worker.” 
How is it then that David Millikan, who introduced himself as a Minister of the Uniting Church, can treat people in the way he did on the night of the media ambush that he led? Where on earth was the respect for a different way of life? And where was the honest attempt to seek to hear the voice of those people attending the presentation?