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MrsB

Junction City, KS

#1 Nov 12, 2010
I check out this church and it seems very... cult-like. My family has been raised Non-Denominational, I'm not sure what to think of it. Pretty scary though. People was following the preacher around as if he was God. When he yelled out "fagot" the hole church went in an up-roar. They was on the topic of Jesus then it switched to hate so fast.
Anyone have any good experiences with Faith Tabernacle?
FTW

Junction City, KS

#2 Nov 12, 2010
MrsB wrote:
I check out this church and it seems very... cult-like. My family has been raised Non-Denominational, I'm not sure what to think of it. Pretty scary though. People was following the preacher around as if he was God. When he yelled out "fagot" the hole church went in an up-roar. They was on the topic of Jesus then it switched to hate so fast.
Anyone have any good experiences with Faith Tabernacle?
Does anyone know thurman or edwin young? If you can find that thread it will answer all your questions.
MrsB

Junction City, KS

#3 Nov 12, 2010
FTW wrote:
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Does anyone know thurman or edwin young? If you can find that thread it will answer all your questions.
I searched for it, but I couldn't find anything.
goodmorningMG

Wichita, KS

#4 Nov 13, 2010
get a life
Holy Smoke

Junction City, KS

#5 Nov 13, 2010
MrsB wrote:
I check out this church and it seems very... cult-like. My family has been raised Non-Denominational, I'm not sure what to think of it. Pretty scary though. People was following the preacher around as if he was God. When he yelled out "fagot" the hole church went in an up-roar. They was on the topic of Jesus then it switched to hate so fast.
Anyone have any good experiences with Faith Tabernacle?
What prompted the preacher to shout out a homophobic slur like that? Was the "up-roar" supportive, or in protest against the alleged slur? Were they conducting a joint service with Westboro Baptist Church? Will you attend services there again? Did you pledge any money or tithings? Or is all of this a figment of your imagination? Anwers please, Mrs. B.
MrsB

Junction City, KS

#6 Nov 13, 2010
Holy Smoke wrote:
<quoted text>What prompted the preacher to shout out a homophobic slur like that? Was the "up-roar" supportive, or in protest against the alleged slur? Were they conducting a joint service with Westboro Baptist Church? Will you attend services there again? Did you pledge any money or tithings? Or is all of this a figment of your imagination? Anwers please, Mrs. B.
The slur was in reference to a person that attended the church previously that wasn't there at the time, and the "up-roar" was in support of this slur. No, they weren't doing a joint service with Westboro.. That I'm aware of, anyways, lol. As far as this being a "figment of my imagination".. I'm quite positive I was there, and witnessed all this.
MrsB

Junction City, KS

#7 Nov 13, 2010
goodmorningMG wrote:
get a life
Please don't be rude, I just wanted opinions on this topic.
Thanks

Junction City, KS

#8 Nov 13, 2010
MrsB wrote:
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The slur was in reference to a person that attended the church previously that wasn't there at the time, and the "up-roar" was in support of this slur. No, they weren't doing a joint service with Westboro.. That I'm aware of, anyways, lol. As far as this being a "figment of my imagination".. I'm quite positive I was there, and witnessed all this.
As shocking as it sounds, considering the source, it`s not surprising. So much for tolerance, compassion, and love for your fellow man or woman! You need to find a new church, Mrs. B.
opie

Fort Riley, KS

#9 Nov 13, 2010
been to the church on weekday during work hours. doors locked and you use intercom. church doors locked?
MrsB

Junction City, KS

#10 Nov 13, 2010
opie wrote:
been to the church on weekday during work hours. doors locked and you use intercom. church doors locked?
Locking the doors with people inside?(Not to sound stupid) But isn't that a fire hazard?
Packer Fan

Severn, MD

#11 Nov 13, 2010
1.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormonism).
A very subtle, spiritual deception started in 1830 by Joseph Smith. This aggressively evangelistic group contends that it is the only true Church, and that all Christians outside Mormonism are following a deficient Gospel and a false Christ.

Learn more about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - GO…

2.

The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (Jehovah's Witnesses).
Militantly anti-historic Christian tenets. This group began in the 1870s with Charles Taze Russell. They not only deny the essentials of the Christian faith, but the control exercised over the membership is highly destructive.

Learn more about the Jehovah's Witnesses - GO…

3.

The Church of Scientology.
A do-it-yourself salvation, science fiction group that masquerades as the true Church, lightly sprayed with a thin veneer of Christianity. Seeks to destroy through litigation and character assassination those who speak out against the group.
4. The Twelve Tribes.
This group began in the early 1970s with Elbert Eugene Spriggs. They claim that salvation can only be found by giving all possessions to them and living in their community. All personal decision-making power is given over to the leadership.

An open letter to a prospective member of the Messianic Communities (aka Twelve Tribes)- GO…

5. The Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity (Unification Church).
Founded in 1954 by Sun Myung Moon, this highly authoritarian and destructive group teaches that Jesus failed on the cross. Moon is now the mediator between God and man.

6. The International Churches of Christ (Boston Movement).
This highly evangelistic group which began in 1978 with Kip McKean embraces most of the main tenets of the historic Church. Teaches that it is the only true Church and is highly authoritarian, with immense control over members' lives.

7. The Family (Children of God).
This communal group was founded by David “Moses” Berg. A strange mixture of basic Christian tenets and almost total sexual license. Very controlling and manipulative.

8. Christian Identity Movement (Aryan Nations, Christian Identity Church, Klu Klux Klan, etc.).
A loose-knit confederation of various small groups that are militantly anti-government and conspiracy driven. Each group holds differing, deviant Christian tenets. All hold to Caucasians being the descendants of the ten “lost” Tribes of Israel, God's true people.

9. The Nation of Islam (Black Muslims).
Began in 1930s by W. D. Fard. Group teaches that the black man is good, the white man is the devil, and that Jesus was merely a prophet. Highly controlling group.

Learn more about the Nation of Islam - GO…

10. United Pentecostal Church (UPC).
A highly controlling, legalistic group that was formed in 1945. This group denies the Trinity and teaches that in order to be saved one must be baptized in the name of Jesus only.

http://www.christiananswers.net/q-aiia/aiia-t...
MrsB

Junction City, KS

#12 Nov 13, 2010
Thanks for the info Packer Fan.
Packer Fan

Ashburn, VA

#13 Nov 14, 2010
I once attended this Church and the world was good. But the moment I done something I wanted to do. The skies darkened and I felt I was no longer welcomed there. It really hit home when my room Mate that attended the church and I had known my entire life and was my best friend kicked me out of the house. I no longer see this man and the funny thing is he back slid out of the church, lost 2 wives, and now battles Depression. His sister wanted me to go visit him. I told her I would rather drink turpentine and piss on a brush fire.
Be Strong

Junction City, KS

#14 Nov 14, 2010
Packer Fan wrote:
I once attended this Church and the world was good. But the moment I done something I wanted to do. The skies darkened and I felt I was no longer welcomed there. It really hit home when my room Mate that attended the church and I had known my entire life and was my best friend kicked me out of the house. I no longer see this man and the funny thing is he back slid out of the church, lost 2 wives, and now battles Depression. His sister wanted me to go visit him. I told her I would rather drink turpentine and piss on a brush fire.
The sooner you realize that religion is the opiate of the masses, the less mysterious life becomes. Trust science, it`s truth-based, as opposed to faith-based.
suggestion

Saint Paul, MN

#15 Nov 14, 2010
MsB......if you are looking for a new church to attend here in Junction City, try The First Christian Church on St. Mary's Road. They welcome EVEVYONE with open arms and are more willing to give a helping hand rather then take from your hand! I haven't lived my life anywhere near the way the bible says you should. I even became pregnant before my wedding date, however the minister Ronnie Roberts took me under his wing did not pass judgement or make ANY comments to make me feel less of a Christian. It's not a minister or any fellow Christian's place to pass judgement on anyone else. I have been a member at this church for years now and never feel so welcome anywhere as I do when I walk through their doors. Give this church a chance. Services are Sunday at 9 and 10:30. There are also sunday school classes for all ages! Hope this helps someone!!
MrsB

Junction City, KS

#16 Nov 14, 2010
I believe in science, but I also believe in faith. When science fails you, sometimes you have to reach for the stars.
Thank you for the suggestion, I might try that church out!
Miss Wayne

White City, KS

#17 Nov 14, 2010
I know a lot of people who go to this church and they are ALL a bunch of flakes. I don't care if you go there or not, I have heard and seen enough to recognize a cult. I cannot believe how weak these people are, a bunch of followers sharing the same brain. They are also a bunch of hypocrites. They lie, steal, cheat and suck the government tit just like so many others, but they hide behind their religion, so it's ok. Ha!
They can have it and their self serving preacher. I guess he must be doing somthing right, he has a bunch of shit for brains handing over their money and sevices for the likes of him. Well Faith Tab, you should read the bible before you attempt to preach it. You are ALL a bunch of nuts and the next one of you who attempts to get me to set foot in that place, I may just knock you on your ass because you are all like a rash that never goes away, and don't know the meaning of the words, "I AM NOT INTERESTED".
I'm fairly certain God would forgive me, as I do not have to be brain washed to believe, and worship in a church I am comfortable with, not a cult.
Mrs B, there are always plenty of churches that do not lock their doors to anyone. God does not care where you worship as long as you show up once in a while, lol. Good luck.
GOPvsUSA

Ashburn, VA

#18 Nov 14, 2010
lol. Does that stand for Lollipop?
Miss Wayne

White City, KS

#19 Nov 14, 2010
GOPvsUSA wrote:
lol. Does that stand for Lollipop?
It's whatever you want it to be, stupid. lol.
grounds keeper

Ashburn, VA

#20 Nov 14, 2010
God and Moses decided, one fine fall day, to go out and play a round of golf together. They went to their favorite golf course and the first hole was a 565 yard par 5. God indicated that Moses take the honors and go first. Moses thanked God and placed his golf ball on the tee, took out his driver and swung powerfully.

The ball rocketed down the fairway straight as an arrow, hit just before the green and rolled up onto the green and two feet from the hole.

“Excellent shot said God. Hopefully I can do as well.” God teed up his ball took out his driver and hit it with an equally powerful drive. The ball started down the fairway then hooked hard right into deep rough. Moses was about to offer his condolences at the errant shot when a rabbit broke from the heavy rough with the golf ball in its mouth.

The rabbit ran as hard as he could up the fairway and when he was about three quarters of the way to the green an eagle swooped out of the sky and lifted the rabbit off the ground and headed skyward. The rabbit screamed in terror and the ball fell from his mouth, dropped onto the green and rolled into the hole for a hole in one.

Moses gave God a disgusted look and asked,“Hey, are you here to play golf or are you just going to screw around?”

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