There was no House of God before Colorado. The cult that Duke was part of in GA, and also after he moved to Chicago for a short stint, had Bob Stewart for a leader. It was simply called the Bible Study, but officially it was the Church of Faith Grace and Truth.Hey Kenny, why did the house of God move to Colorado? Do you know? Were they escaping possible repercussions from the rapes.
According to my source, the children that were sexually molested were two girls and one boy, all grandchildren of Bob Stewart. They were molested by Stewart's nephew who was a leader in the group, and one of his sexual partners. There was a journal kept by these two that was supposedly in the hands of one of Selma's former police officers.
Stewart became ill shortly after this and died soon after.
The group also had a consulting firm - the name escapes me at the moment, but it was a Georgia corporation, and I have the documentation. There is a connection to CO with this group two or three years before Duke moved there to take his position with MDC Holdings:
One of Stewarts followers was a high school friend of Dukes, who had a connection with another friend who owns office furniture supply business in the Denver area. Stewart would travel to Denver in his motor home, and he met Dan Vaughn there when Dan worked at a recreational vehicle center after he was no longer working on staff at Niwot Christian Church. Matt Skelton, Stewarts nephew and others lived in CO for a while working for the office supply company.
With the exception of Duke and one other person, Kim Richardson, no one else who was involved with Stewart is a follower of Duke. The aforementioned high school friend of Duke was employed by MDC with (by) Duke, but when he refused to see Duke as the chosen one, he was fired. He never became a follower of Duke.
Hope that helps.