Cave Land Church - Pastor Chad Hunt -...
marthamaye

Cave City, KY

#205 Sep 26, 2008
this is the most idiotic forum I have read.Everybody needs to worry about their own jennys and tend to their own and let others do the same.Who cares who does what or who is right or wrong.We will all pay for what we do each and everyone.if pastor hunt is making mistakes then those without sin cast the first stone.i dont even know him.God will have his way with us all by and by.he will bless us or chastise us for what we do or dont do.we are not the judge .he is.good grief people find another subject.you have wore this one out.Time will tell the truth if the lord is behind him or beside him.we need to pray for each other .yawl pray for me i sin everyday.not on purpose but because i am human .love each other.god forgive us for our errors.help us to see the truth.jesus loves all of us.Its like we are fighting each other and over what??????????
car

Glasgow, KY

#206 Sep 26, 2008
some wrote:
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someone said it was cathy miner he was in the car with
so if its not his wife why is he seen in the car with another woman so much????????
childrenn

Glasgow, KY

#207 Sep 26, 2008
why wrote:
<quoted text>kids will be kids i bet your kids aren't little angels either but i'm sure you do your best just because he's a preacher doesn't mean his kids don't act up like the rest of our kids do but we all try to be good parents and until you walk where preachers walk u shouldn't judge and just in case any of you cares the bible warns VERY STRONGLY against talking bad about his annionted men of GOD so i would be very careful in what you say. i've never been to this church but it sounds like this man is doing something right because the devil is trying his best to destroy this church so keep it up preacher!!!!!!
"Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it." (Pr22:6)

obv someone didnt train up their children right or they wouldnt have a problem
not so simple

Glasgow, KY

#208 Sep 26, 2008
CRAZY wrote:
Sounds a bit crazy for cave city to me?
Simple church is a re-definition of church as a Christ-centered community established primarily on relationship both to God and to the other members of the group. The term "simple" is used to denote the movement of many traditional church characteristics to the category of non-essential, or even unhelpful, in this model of church. A simple church may meet anywhere, with or without religiously trained persons or "clergy", may not have any formal liturgy, and little if any programmatic or institutional structures[1][2]. To facilitate relationship, discipleship (spiritual formation), multiplication, mobility, and member ownership, a simple church is usually a small group of no more than 20-25 persons. Church "programs" are virtually nonexistent and small group participation is essential. Member movement from worship to small group to mission work is a primary focus.
The term simple church is often used interchangeably with other terms like organic church[3], essential church, primitive church, bodylife, relational church, and micro-church[4]. Some groups use other names for their groups, although they would consider themselves part of or related to the simple church phenomenon. A good example of this is Emerging Church Network's "authentic faith communities" [5] or "emerging indigenous faith communities"[6]. Perhaps the most common synonym is house church, which has much more popular usage and predates the term simple church significantly.
The name simple church is favored over house church by some because the house church movement has often been associated with embittered reactions against more traditional forms of church. Whether earned or not, with some people the house church movement has a reputation for being insular and exclusive, even cultish -- something that many who are concerned about missional living want to avoid. Also, simple churches can meet anywhere, not just in houses, leading some to see the term "house church" as too limiting[7]. Others think simple church a broad category that should include "house church" as a sub-set. However, in many circles, such as large conferences and gathering of simple church practitioners, the term "house church" is used freely, or even dominantly. Compare/Contrast with Home Church.
Simple Church appears to compare with Institutional and Home Church when both describe themselves as existing to promote the teachings of Jesus Christ. The primary difference is revealed when there is a lack of common promotion of the "church" (Church being defined as the employment of special people, meeting in special places, using special rituals.)
Simple Church appears to center around a person of uncommon charisma, understanding, virtue, friendliness, and hospitality, but with only the capacity (space, staff, money, or program) of an individual. The focus of that person determines the kind of church it is. When that person focuses on the teachings of Jesus and encouraging those to believe in Jesus (salvation), follow his teachings (followership), and helping others promote the same (discipleship), then there are many similarities to Institutional and Home Church. When that person focuses on other things, the similarities are limited.
Home churches appear to center around the creation of economic opportunities, capacities, and progress from the capacity of an individual (space, staff, money, and program) to the capacity of an institution, with "home" being an early stop on the long road.
A distingishing principal between Simple Church and a Home Church, is that a Home Church is hoped to grow into an institutional (or missional) church with paid staff, whereas a Simple Church has no interest in providing employment opportunities.(Footnote: First Annual Home Church Conference, 2007, Roundtable Discussion: Northern California Table.)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simple_church
Sounds anything but simple if you ask me
why

Glasgow, KY

#209 Sep 27, 2008
childrenn wrote:
<quoted text>
"Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it." (Pr22:6)
obv someone didnt train up their children right or they wouldnt have a problem
i'm sure you feel like you're training your child right but are they perfect if so give me some pointers because i just can't believe anyones kids are perfect
Why ask Why

United States

#210 Sep 29, 2008
why wrote:
<quoted text>i'm sure you feel like you're training your child right but are they perfect if so give me some pointers because i just can't believe anyones kids are perfect
"Children" is exactly right, and no, they never said anything about PERFECT children, just about raising them so they don't turn out like the children in question. Why are you so against their opinion anyway. You sound like your defending yourself or something.

Since: Aug 08

Glasgow

#211 Sep 29, 2008
do not agree wrote:
<quoted text>I can't say that I agree with you on Chad Hunt. First of all, A person don't change himself, God changes him from the inside to the outside ways. I have never known Chad to claim to be the only one that is right. Chad does claim that if God said it, it is right, not what he says except what comes from Gods word. I don't think you need to be judging people by what you think or by there back ground. Chad did do some things that I'm sure he's not proud of but God did change him when he gave his life to him. The Bible says to judge by the fruits that they bear. All I have seen from Chad is good fruits. That is what I will judge him or anyone else from.
I don't know much about this chrch, but I say amen to your post. What you once were is not what you are now after Jesus has entered your heart and life.

Since: Aug 08

Glasgow

#212 Sep 29, 2008
Left Caveland wrote:
Chad Hunt shouldn't even be a preacher cause he is the husband of 2 living wifes, the bible expressly forbids this
LOL, whats funny is, in the materail they hand out, he allows deacons after 2 years after a divorce. Why, if he thinks nothing is worng with divorce because he is ( I don't know that he is, no idea), would he allowed divorced deacons as the bible also prohibts that too, yet, say they have to wait 2 years to be a deacon. Why the wait? His logic is confusing.
Sporty

Glasgow, KY

#213 Sep 29, 2008
1 man should not run the church unless his name is GOD!
this iswhat happens

Glasgow, KY

#214 Sep 29, 2008
when you have 1 man who is a preacher (sam hunt)and "reformed" alcaholic who refuses to submit to the church and domination he serves, so he starts his own church cause he thinks hes the smartest most rightous. so then he figures out hes in way over his head so he passes the screwed up buck to his son who is a "reformed" drug adict(chad hunt) who has learned by his fathers screwed up example to not submit to the church he serves and the son is even more self righteous then the father, then the son runs the father off cause he cant submit to him either......... nutshell caveland baptist church and hunt family
sawit

Cave City, KY

#215 Sep 29, 2008
This whole forum is stupid.God will show everybody what they need to see.Open your eyes and ask god to lead you and he will.You might be surprised.
showd

Glasgow, KY

#216 Sep 29, 2008
I think God is showing me there is something wierd going on with this chad hunt and this caveland baptist church
why

Glasgow, KY

#217 Sep 29, 2008
Why ask Why wrote:
<quoted text>
"Children" is exactly right, and no, they never said anything about PERFECT children, just about raising them so they don't turn out like the children in question. Why are you so against their opinion anyway. You sound like your defending yourself or something.
well i just think its sad tha you people sit on here and judge this man when you know that you can train your kids to do right but they still have a mind of there own and try to get by with things just as all of us have done when we were kids i'm sure YOU did things your parents taught you not to do!!!

Since: Sep 08

Munfordville, KY

#218 Sep 29, 2008
Leland Cox is still in Glasgow, he hasn't been anywhere and isn't going anywhere. He isn't guilty. Period. End of Conversation.

Since: Aug 08

Glasgow

#219 Sep 29, 2008
Sporty wrote:
1 man should not run the church unless his name is GOD!
This I agree with whole heartedly. In every church I've been a part of there were business meetings regularly, everything was discussed and voted on, a report of the finances, which the congregation also voted on how it was spent, and one person never had control of any of it, and the pastor couldn't vote or make finical decisions. There is no accountability in a church who does not ahve a regular monthly business meeting, and the pastor makes all the decisions. The pasotr is nevwer supreme ruler of a church, according to scripture he is the servant.
just wondering

Glasgow, KY

#220 Sep 29, 2008
Do you all realize that most of our churches today were started by man. for example did you know King Henry created the Church of England. He wanted to divorce one of his wives in order to marry someone else and the Catholic church would not let him... so he created the Church of England, divorced, and the rest is history.

Also where do you think Baptist, Methodist, Church of God, etc. came from. There was one church and then someone did not like something that was said or done (an interpertation of the bible did not suit their ways or their beliefs) and they broke off and started a church and so on and so on.

Now do not blast me, I believe these most churches follow the doctrine of God as least to the best of their ability. But everyone looks at the bible differently if they did not there would only be one church. So it seems to me the pastor of this church needs something to fit his lifestyle (like King Henry) both past, present and future and the people who follow him are hoping for the same answers. For some believe that as long as they attend church, regardless of the doctrine, they will go to heaven. But if you stray too far from what the Bible teaches.... Well we will see or maybe I should say they will see when judgement day comes. Only time will tell. But folks, you can't change the bible to suit your needs. If God said it, it is so. So therefore, read the bible for yourself and try to live each day as you think God would want you to.
member

Glasgow, KY

#221 Sep 30, 2008
I would like to invite everyone on here that has something bad to say about this church to the revival that is going on this week, it is mon,tue,wed at 7:00. Pastor Steve Ayers from hillvue hights in bowling green will be speaking. Last night was great. I am glad that GOD loves us as we are and no matter what we do or say. Everyone of US on here have no right to say what is right or what is wrong, who do we think that WE are. We don't have the right to judge anyone or anything that they do, the only one is GOD. If GOD forgives us that is all that matters, it doesn't matter what anyone else thinks.

Dear Lord God I ask that you would forgive us for the things that we say and the things that we do to hurt one another I pray and ask that you would give us the strength to resist the temptation to say something bad about someone that we don't have the right to judge, I pray and ask you to give us a want to read the bible like we have a want to read the garbage of the world, I love you lord and I thank you for everything that you have blessed me and my family and my church with. In Jesus name Amen.

Since: Apr 08

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#222 Sep 30, 2008
member wrote:
I would like to invite everyone on here that has something bad to say about this church to the revival that is going on this week, it is mon,tue,wed at 7:00. Pastor Steve Ayers from hillvue hights in bowling green will be speaking. Last night was great.
Wasn't it awesome last night?
Can hardly wait for service tonight!
Susan Ward

Glasgow, KY

#223 Sep 30, 2008
God loves us as we are, yes, but it doesn't give us to right to twist the bible around to suit ourselves, we have no right to critique the bible theres only one real and valid view of scripture, thats God's, man's doesn't matter. It is what it is, many topics are debatable as far as man's understanding of scripture, but it says no divorced deacons and pastors, God does not like divorce, Jesus said from the beginning divorce was not allowed(by God when He created marriage), and no where does God allow divorce, Jesus said divorce was allowed by Moses because of the hardness of the heart. For a christian to divorce is admitting they have a hardened heart according to the bible. Yet caveland allows hard hearted men to serve as pastors and deacons.
And as I ahve said already we tried to ass questions about the church and what it believed but the people teaching the class didn't know anything about the church doctrines. We were told we were the first people to ever ask questions before joining. A church full of people who not one wanted to know what the church beleived and taught before joining. and this according to the church itself.
guilty

Glasgow, KY

#224 Oct 1, 2008
Two more suits filed against Cox
County, jail also named in civil actions

By JENNIFER WALKER
Glasgow Daily Times

Two additional lawsuits have been brought by five women employed by the Barren County Correctional Facility. Both suits were filed against former Barren County Jailer Leland Cox, the Barren County Government and the Barren County Corrections Center.


Both civil lawsuits were filed on Sept. 22.

The first lawsuit was brought by Linda “Gail” Boles, Janita Adwell and Sharon Houchens, all of Glasgow.

The lawsuit alleges all three were “subjected to unwelcome sexual harassment” by Cox and the alleged actions “created an intimidating, hostile and/or offensive work environment.”

Boles alleges that beginning in June 2007, Cox subjected her to “verbal and physical sexual harassment.”

Adwell stated in the lawsuit that beginning in April 2007, Cox tried to engage her in “talk of sexual activities” as well as made “sexual comments” on a daily basis.

Houchens states she was subjected to the sexual harassment beginning in June 2007 and claims Cox commented that he “wanted to have an affair with her.”

Boles, Adwell and Houchens all allege Cox would insist they “kiss him in order to receive their paycheck or leave his office” and that he asked them “do you love your boss?”

The second lawsuit filed on Sept. 22 was filed by Janice Davidson and Teresa White.

Davidson alleges that beginning in Jan. 2003, Cox subjected her to “talk of sexual activities” and “unwanted touching.” Davidson states that on at least two occasions her salary was immediately decreased after she rejected Cox’s unwanted advances.

White alleges that Cox began sexually harassing her in April 2007.

All five of the women allege that the harrasment and abuse was both physical and verbal, according to the lawsuits.

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