We lost some friends to Xenos. People can get really immersed in that sort of thing (see Bob Dylan in the 80s). They were all kind and accepting people. I can attest that their parties emphasized their taste for good beer and food. Although they are a tad obsessed with recruitment for leadership, teaching, classes, bible study etc, they respected us and knew us well enough to know it would have been a really bad idea to invite us on their Jesus Quest. I respect that.
Overall, they struck me as a harmless bunch with just a hint of mild creepiness who happen to work for an organization that pays no taxes. This is perhaps their most notable feat. You may want to research this and consider starting a church just for the exemptions. You should see the tax-exempt state of the art facilities they have for performances (so, why not a Xenos brewery?). You, too, have a right to organize, proselytize and market your own philosophical conundrums and cryptic aphorisms, tax-free.
People to whom nothing has ever happened cannot understand the unimportance of events.