Buzzwords Used in The Way International.
Divided: A properly "divided," as opposed to "divined," Biblical text has been understood in its proper context.
Leaf: Individual member of The Way International (all levels are named after parts of a tree).
Limb: State or regional organizational level of The Way International (all levels are named after parts of a tree).
One-Time Healing: A euphemism allegedly used by The Way clergy to describe -- and justify -- wife-swapping and sex between married clergy and married laity.
PFAL: "Power for Abundant Living," a video-taped class by V.P. Wierwille intended to introduce recruits into the "proper" understanding of the Bible and modern Christian practice.
ROA: "Rock of Ages Christian Music Festival." The first ROA was held at New Knoxville, Ohio, in 1971 with 1,000 attending. At its peak, the ROA boasted 15,000 or more attendees.
Speaking in tongues: In The Way International, "speaking in tongues" was a technique of prolonged chanting that resulted in hyperventilation -- sometimes with severe and dangerous side-effects.
Twig: Local church or congregation of The Way International (all levels are named after parts of a tree).
Way Corps: Dedicated inner cadre of The Way International who receive clerical and, allegedly, paramilitary training.