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Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

A young woman in her early twenties may have many things that she feels she should run from., I encourage you to do everything you can to have facilitate her running away Mark Duke and his evil ilk.  (Jul 20, 2012 | post #18193)

Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

Rob; Let me know when y'all are coming - we would love to meet you!  (May 10, 2012 | post #18122)

Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

Isn't Wynalda the guy that Duke bragged about that the Selma judge wouldn't even do a background check on? Honestly, much of what Selma has endured with the Duke and his ilk can be laid right at the feet of the judge.  (May 3, 2012 | post #18112)

Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

Yes.  (Apr 28, 2012 | post #18099)

Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

Imani Communications WBFZ-FM 105.3 was back on the air again today. I spoke with the FCC attorney that approved Imani's emergency application. The public comment period (90-days) starts next Monday. I will be a call in guest tomorrow on WHBB's "Viewpoint " with Randy Williams (sometime in the 8:00 hour). I'm sure the subject will come up.  (Apr 19, 2012 | post #18094)

Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

I will be meeting with Senators Shelby and Sessions soon, and will be making an official request for an inquiry. EVERYONE should be contacting their senators and congressman - immediately.  (Oct 25, 2011 | post #17951)

Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

I don't know who she is, but it sure does sound like she was at a meeting where the taxpayers and black farmers were getting the shaft.  (Oct 24, 2011 | post #17943)

Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

OPEN MOUTH, INSERT FOOT!!! www.wewillfindthet ruth.org/media/ros e.mp4 Who were the white attorneys? What blacks did they hire? What black Churches? Where in Alabama? WHEN DID YOU KNOW ROSE? The taxpayers and black farmers who really deserved a court award are getting the shaft by Sanders.  (Oct 23, 2011 | post #17938)

Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

It looks like the Pigford case is going to be a real problem for the attornies involved, especially the Sanders after Faya Ora Rose Tou're (a/k/a Rose Sanders) stated at the National Press Club that she had knowledge of fraud in the case. I will be on WHBB's View Point with Randy Williams again tomorrow (10/24), and we'll talk about it a bit. I will have the video of Miss Rose putting her foot in her mouth available on one of my websites later today. Allan McConnell  (Oct 23, 2011 | post #17936)

Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

Sorry I don't post more often, but let me assure you there is alot going on from RADAR13's perspective. I will be on air with WHBB next Monday, during Randy Williams Viewpoint, talking about a variety of issues, including "awards. " Truly hoping that James Perkins, Mrs. Benny Ruth Crenshaw and Sam Randolph will be listening (and calling in). People who have family and friends involved with Mark Duke and his evil and nasty cadre do find this site, KEEP POSTING! Make sure to visit www.wewillfindthet ruth.com as often as possible (even though there are no new posts right now) so it stays at the top of a Google search. A number of people in recent weeks have found the site and were able to listen to the evil of the House of God / Freedom Foundation / Parker Community Church / Selma Community Church for themselves. The Truth Does Matter Allan McConnell RADAR13 Ministries  (Oct 10, 2011 | post #17903)

Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

Goodness, Ronald has lost another job!!!!! Gone for sexual harrassment ...Gone for social harrassment!  (Jul 23, 2011 | post #17796)

Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

I heard that the air was crisp and clean in Selma and the Black belt today... Real talk radio with Gwen Brown, Zeke Pettway and Ronnie "I Lost Another Job" Smith was not on the air spreading its verbal defecation! In that vein, here is a little Real Talk humor: In the 16th and 17th centuries, before the invention of commercial fertilizer, everything had to be transported by ship. Therefore, large shipments of manure were common. It was shipped dry, because in dry form it weighed a lot less than when wet, but once water (at sea) hit it, it not only became heavier, but the process of fermentation began again, of which a by-product is methane gas. In 2011 Selma, the manure is transported via Hank and Rose Sander's WBFZ-FM Radio. It starts out just a little dry in the morning on Faya's Fire and progessively gets deeper and heavier throughout the day; by the time Frankie Fortier and Johnny "My Momma Didn't Raise Me Right" Leeeeeeashore and Jimmie "Look At Me, I'm Famous" Perkins get their nasty tongues to wagging the process of fermentation begins anew and the by-product is a smelly cloud...  (Jul 13, 2011 | post #17755)

Selma, AL

The Freedom Foundation and The House of God

I'm not sure why the issue of ordination has come up (I don't have the time right now to go back through the thread), but here is my two cents: Any "church" and/or "religion " can, by law (at least in the U.S.), confer ordination on its members and/or leaders. For the purpose of this forum and the question(s) at hand, whether an ordination is biblical is entirely another matter. The bottom line is that any “church” that has anything to do with The House of God/Parker Community Church/Selma Community Church and/or the Freedom Foundation; or any other organization led by Mark Duke and his nonsensical and nasty cadre; would not and cannot be biblical from an orthodox and historical Church perspective. As for my education and ordination: I am not seminary trained. In that regard I stand with Peter and John as described in Chapter 4, verse 13 of the Acts of the Apostles: I want to be recognized as having been with Jesus. I am a minister of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ ordained by Shades Mountain Baptist Church in Birmingham, AL. In Southern Baptist life ordination is not conferred by the Southern Baptist Convention, but rather by individual Churches within the convention. The requirements for individual Churches vary to some minor degree, but are generally the same. In essence, there is no denominational hierarchy. Most Churches first license someone to the ministry of the gospel. This is usually done while a man is a still a seminary student, but of course not always. In my case, after working many years in full-time missions work, I was speaking and leading in a more public capacity, and asked my pastor if he thought ordination would be appropriate. He did think it was appropriate and important, and he set a time for me to be reviewed by an ordination council. In my Church, as in most, the person seeking ordination selects the ordination council. Sitting in review of my ordination was my pastor, the Church's minister of education, a man that works for an Alabama Baptist entity, two lay persons (my Sunday School teachers), an Anglican Church minister, a Reformed Presbyterian Church pastor and a United Methodist Church pastor. All of these men had been previously ordained, as is required by my Church. The two lay persons where ordained Deacons in the Church. The council is allowed to ask any question of the ordination candidate as they see fit to assure the candidate meets the biblical requirements for ordination. Quite frankly, the two laymen were the ones who grilled me the most. The council makes a recommendation regarding the candidate, and then the matter is brought up before the entire Church. Any member is permitted to ask questions. If the candidate passes all of these steps, he is presented to the Church, and any ordained man who is in attendance comes forward to lay hands on the newly ordained man and provide some private counsel or words of encouragement. I make mention of the make up of the committee simply to show that I have a pretty diverse understanding of spiritual matters with regard to the Church catholic. I would also like to note that I had been encouraged for many years by the leadership of the Watchman Fellowship to seek ordination, and ordination would have changed my tax status in a positive way that would have benefited me and my family. While I have always had a clear sense of the Lord's calling on my life, I did not see ordination as something to be taken lightly. Regarding my public service, I am a Churchman first and foremost and because of my more outward and public ministry, I wanted to be more and more under the leadership and protection (spiritually) of the local Church. Hope that helps. Allan McConnell  (Jun 23, 2011 | post #17669)

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