3/03/2014

The Legacy Of R.W. Davis (Der Fuhrer Ist Tot)

There is one thing about my New Testament Christian Church (NTCC) experience which I will never forget.  It disgusts me more than all the corruption and abuse I witnessed in the NTCC.   It was a statement R.W. Davis made while blowviating in front of everyone during conference.  On this particular occasion, RWD was praising certain parents who he felt had influenced their children to attend the NTCS, (which for those of you who don't know) is the NTCC Seminary.   He proceeded to plainly and very directly state that an NTCC parent was a FAILURE as a Christian parent if their children didn't attend the NTCS.   He gave one exception; the military (as long as their child elected to move into the installations nearest serviceman's home of course).   

The notion of attending a secular college was regularly and very deliberately frowned upon by the NTCC leadership.  Consequently, most "faithful" NTCC parents didn't even consider attending a secular college a viable option for their children.  So here is my point and the main cause for my total and utter disgust.  

It is plainly apparent that G. Kekel was raised and brought up, (which is evidenced by the quite expensive academy he attended) to do anything other than attend the NTCS when he was old enough to do so.   One time while looking on Charles Wright Academy's website,  (which was the private school G. Kekel attended) we found a statistic which stated that LITERALLY,  (read carefully) %100 of all Charles Wright graduates went ahead to attend college.  Not %99 but %100 people. EVERYONE without exception.  So you expect me to believe that G. Kekel was being prepped and influenced as a child, to attend the NTCS when he was old enough to do so?   Not even.

So why did RWD place Mike Kekel in a position to be the head of the NTCC if, (as RWD put it himself for all to hear in conference) the Kekel's were FAILURES as Christian parents?  I'll tell you why; its because the NTCC is a family run business, (no more, no less) and all RWD really tried to accomplish with that statement, was to motivate a bunch of NTCC sucker parents to compel their children to attend the NTCS.  This would keep more money and people rolling into Graham to work on building crews, pay rent on RWD's houses, pay tithes and give till it hurt so the Kekels could do things like send their kid though a private high school at the cost of nearly $20,000 dollars a year and off to a SECULAR CATHOLIC COLLEGE when all was said and done.  Y'all got played and your kids childhood and young adulthood was stolen, ruined, and destroyed, leaving them with little more than memories of abuse, poverty, starvation and or food deprivation and little or no childhood fun whatsoever.  And this all took place right in front of your blind faces while RWD's grandson lived a wonderful childhood with all the pleasures of life.  Then you blindly watched all dumbfounded, while old RDUB and the Kekel's slapped you right across your silly faces when they sent G. Kekel off to a secular Catholic college.  

Your kids childhoods were robbed and so were you, so that G. Kekel could live a childhood rivaling the likes of someone born into royalty for crying out loud.  

RWD was a conniving con artist, and today the world is a better place, and lightning ain't struck me yet.   You are nothing more than a bunch of brainwashed complete suckers and dummies if you send your children to the NTCS. Ushered into the presence of the Lord?  Are you serious?  Actually I hope so, because that means a whole lot of us are going to make it with no problem if that's the case.   The bible doesn't make much mention of abusive con artists being ushered into the presence of the Lord but who am I to say.  Hopefully for a lot of our sakes, he made it, so we can chew him out when some of us show up.   That dude was no more than a con artist who stole the childhood from thousands of kids and who enabled child and wife abusers and child molesters. RWD said:  "If you don't have enough money, don't call Graham, get it from the people or are you afraid to ask them".  "Don't call Graham asking for money if you don't have a full schedule of services".  "Get it from the people".   Suckers, suckers, suckers.  Why do you think they have so many services each week?  Why do you think they have revivals?   When they need extra money, call a revival, take up an offering every day, and preach it themselves.   That way, all the money goes to them and not some traveling preacher looking for a paycheck to cover their travel expenses. 

Now get some of that!!!

2/20/2014

Complete Lack Of Wisdom, (Continued).


A while back, Mike Kekel wrote an article on his blog called "Ain't Misbehaven". I'm astounded that Mike would even publish and openly display such information.  Approximately one year ago I posted an article referencing what Mike wrote titled "The Irony Of It All".  Directly below is a link which will take you straight to that article. 


Anyway, I wanted to repost what M.C. Kekel wrote because I'm still amazed  that he'd be so careless as to throw his father-in-law, RWD under the bus in such a fashion.  Either that, or it's part of yet another New Testament Christian Church master plan to allow in what they've called "compromise" for decades. 

M.C. Kekel wrote and I quote...

"I do not make the rules, and have only recently had opportunity to affect them. In the past I have only been in the unfortunate position of having to enforce them. That doesn't mean I agreed with them. If so be they were mistakes, they weren't mine. As for the church organization? I have nothing to do with policies and doctrines of the organization concerning things like TV (which ministers aren't to have if they carry license in NTCC- unless it is solely as a gaming monitor or something, and not connected to TV input) and couldn't change them if I wanted to. If that gets changed, Rev. Olson will have to do it by mandate or through board approval. I have no such power. Even in the Bible School realm I am limited."

"My influence on the bible school rules has only been to lighten them, not increase them. Further, since I wasn't a bible school student during that time, I was not UNDER those rules. The sports rule was not bible based to begin with, and was for bible school students. Not me."

Chief said... 

These statements absolutely amaze me!!!!!! They're jaw dropping.  I don't know how anyone in the New Testament Christian Church could ignore these statements if they have a conscience or any intelligence or common sense.  Do you really trust the NTCC leadership with the task of guiding you to heaven?  Really?  There are two people who are key leaders in the NTCC;  namely R.W. Davis and M.C. Kekel.   These statements (written by one NTCC executive board member, namely M.C. Kekel) made a complete mockery of the Founder of the NTCC, namely R.W. Davis.  Who do you think came up with all the rules and or endorsed every last one?  RWD!!!   Basically Mike wrote, (and of course I'm paraphrasing here) that he was the unlucky scapegoat who had the dubious distinction of having to enforce a bunch of bogus rules that he didn't agree with and had nothing to do with in the first place.   Boy if that ain't throwing RWD, and the rest of the general board under the bus, I don't know what in the world is?  

Listen here, armed with this information, I'd have no reason to believe that God inspired one single rule that RWD ever spewed out of his big fat mouth.   "Ask permission to go visit who"?  "Ask permission to stop where"?  "Ask permission to accept a job"?  "Ask permission to date or talk to who"?  "Stand against the wall just to talk to a woman"?  "You said it's a sin for all women to work"?  "Where is that rule found in the Bible, Proverbs 31"? "REALLY, ARE YOU SERIOUS, ARE YOU KIDDING ME"?  

Obey them that have rule over you?  When I know that they have a history of coming up with a bunch of bogus rules that Kekel doesn't even agree with, and he considers himself to be  unfortunate for even having to enforce them?  REALLY?  Huh!!  Never again.   I'm a grown man with a family to look out for.   You can follow a bunch of stupid rules and con artists if you want to but I'm not the one.

Chief  

P.S.  I wouldn't follow M.C. Kekel or RWD to find a toilet (say no less as spiritual leaders) if I had diarrhea.

11/06/2013

Mike Kekel Is So Full Of It. He's Such A Manipulative Con Artist.


This was first posted on 3/22/09
Thread #7 The three paragraphs below were written by Mike Kekel in response to Sergeant First Class Johnson's inquiries.
I didn't include his entire response because it's quite long. I wanted to address these three paragraphs in particular because frankly they are insulting to anyone with the ability to think for themselves and rightly recall the way things truly were and are in the New Testament Christian Church. Mike Kekel has willfully misrepresented the facts as I will clearly illustrate in my response. Please read Mikes response to SFC Johnson and then below that read my response to Mike's statements. 
Mike Kekel wrote:
1. My reply to your questions concerning my son playing sports is already on my blog, I think that I stated my reasons and the church’s stand on this quite plainly. Here’s the dictionary definition of lascivious (adjective) (of a person, manner, or gesture) feeling or revealing an overt and often offensive sexual desire: he gave her a lascivious wink. I don’t think football pants apply here, because they are all padded, cover the knees and do not stimulate sexual desire. (Of course there are people who find feet stimulating for that matter, but those kinds of problems are within them.) When he played basketball (over three years ago, and people knew about it) he was covered below the knee with baggy pants and wore a shirt with sleeves under the tank top.
2. The soul-winning program taught and implemented here in Graham, WA is nothing like you had under Hanna. He did what R. Denis told him to do, even back then. We have a two-hour soul-winning on Saturday, sometimes 3 for door-knocking days. That doesn’t include travel, but still it is short. It is made known that this is voluntary for church members, but students and ministers of course, are expected to be there. There is a voluntary (for all) soul-winning on weeknights in which a small group participates. We do not practice public humiliation of people for soul-winning inefficiencies or participation. The team leaders are restricted to this, and constantly reminded not to guilt trip people into giving more than 3 hours of the 168 hours in a week. Soul-winning should be an act of love for God, not an Egyptian slave-drive.
3. Don’t you find it interesting that Eric Hanna under whom you suffered such mistreatment, is no longer with us? The Organization would never have condoned the behavior you described. As under shepherds under the great Shepherd we will give an account of our works. The NTCC Seminary believes and teaches that the ministry is a sacred trust, and by definition is a life of service to God and people. Your issues are with Eric Hanna and his wife not NTCC. Did you ever report their behavior to a board member or overseer?
 
Chief's responses below to paragraph 1:
First I also looked up the word "Lascivious" in the dictionary and there were more definitions offered than Mike decided to calculatedly include. What that means is that Mike deliberately left out "other definitions" that were also listed in the dictionary. Here they are:
1. arousing desire: lascivious photographs 2. indicating sexual interest or expressive of lust or lewdness: a lascivious gesture
These additional definitions paint a different picture. How about the definition: "arousing desire." We have all seen football players in TIGHT football pants before; true? Butts,  leg muscles and private parts tightly gripped by the pants reveling all the bodily curvature. Lets be real here; how many women do you suppose will find a man more sexually appealing in tight football pants verses a baggy set of overalls? Does that type of tight clothing not arouse sexual desire? Ask 20 women who aren't fake and see what their answer is? Mike your statement insults our intelligence. Women go crazy over guys in football pants and this is no mystery Mike. For the record, I could care less whether or not boys or men play football or for that matter I could care less about this whole lascivious issue. That is not my point. Anyone who has been in the New Testament Christian Church any length of time knows that at least 95% of the NTCC pastors to include RWD preached against the wearing of such tight clothing and they used the same logic that I just gave to support their claim. Every NTCC pastor that I ever had, (which was a total of 6) spoke or preached against this stuff and you know it Mike. Just admit that you want the old NTCC standards changed and stop being a liar because you know what you are saying is not true. You act like this stuff has been acceptable all along and that simply is not the case. Come on people, stop kidding yourselves because you know what I have written is true. Time to go to the next topic because this one is beginning to make me sick. 
Chief's responses below to paragraphs 2 & 3:
You said the soul winning program was nothing like the one that he had under Hanna. Well Mike, apparently you forgot to tell that some of the other pastors. You also forgot that I sat in the conference where "YOU" talked about the blitz creek approach. Thats right, you taught it Mike. You made it like we were going to our very last battle and I remember that fact clearly. You also talked about knocking on "100" doors. Mike that is not exactly a leisurely walk in the park like you made it out to be in your previous paragraph. You also talk about giving 3 hours out of 168 and that approach is once again deliberately "Manipulative" Mike. Lets take a look at the 168 hours as if it is all free time. Estimated time may very: (7 hours a day for sleep = 49), (8 hours a day for work = 40), (1.5 hours a day just to drive back and forth for work = 7.5) and for many folks that is a conservative estimate, (2 more hours a day and this includes all meals to feed your face and feed your kids = 14), (1.5 hours a day times 5 just driving back in forth to all the NTCC church services and this is conservative because you can't forget all the folks that you always wanted us to pick up for church = 7.5), (yard work for those of us that have to take care of our own yards that haven't been told by you to sell our house to move all over the nation unlike you = 2), (being in church in the NTCC = approx 6 hours a week and that is conservative Mike after all the stuff that the NTCC would have you do and for most folks it probably = 10 hours). Lets add this up. 10+ 2+ 7.5+ 14+ 7.5+ 40+ 49= 130 and that was a very conservative estimate because add another 1 hour for sleep or figure in school time and school work if you are in the bible school and you would easily come to over 140 or even 150 hours spent a week before you even thought about soul winning. I just took a hugh chunk out of that 168 so you need to stop, as you said, "GUILT TRIPPING" folks into soul winning because that is exactly what you just did when you talked about 3 out of 168. It was a manipulative guilt trip tactic and you are just as bad as the ministers that you mentioned when you used that tactic Mike.
Also Mike you put it all on Denis and Hanna? That is weak! Hanna was your man and you know it and Denis isn't the one who placed him in Savannah and all the other places that Hanna pastored at. Hanna was a minister long before Denis was in charge. You all thought Hanna was great until he got tired of your mess. RWD had to approve every pastoral placement and you were involved also Mike. Not only that, I spent time around Denis and he was quite a bit like so many other pastors that I have seen in your organization to include your father in law. Who do you think taught Denis and placed him in all those positions Mike? Your father in law; the great founder of the NTCC. Don't blame Denis or Hanna, blame your father in law Mike. Get real.

Also Mike stated that: "The Organization would never have condoned the behavior you described." Then you asked: "Did you ever report their behavior to a board member or overseer?"

Chief wrote...
 
The Organization does condone that type of behavior because I complained to three different overseers about Mayers who is way worse than Hanna by far and Mike Kekel even admitted to me that Mayers displays deplorable behavior as a pastor. Other pastors and overseers have made the same assessment and even talked about Mayers.  So why is Mayers still in Atlanta? Because what Mike Kekel wrote is not true. I am not the only one who complained about Mayers; his helpers did also. What was done? Nothing because the first complaints starting coming to the NTCC leadership about Mayers at least as early as 2002 and the last that I knew Mayers was still a pastor in Atlanta and if he was removed today, the NTCC leadership waited 7 years too long. Cantrell complained, Bentley complained, and I complained to Jones, Kinson, and Denis. 
Mr. Kekel, do you know what happened to me and my wife when we complained about an abusive pastor who even you have admitted is abusive? Your leadership blacklisted us and decided not to allow us to even attend conference after we had been going to conferences for years. Your leadership said that I couldn't even take up the offering in church (which doesn't mean jack anyway) and my wife couldn't play the piano which she is quite good at, and Olson questioned whether or not we should have even been allowed to attend fellowship meetings. That's where complaining about an abusive pastor got us Mr. Kekel. About 99% of the time anyone who complained about any pastor in the NTCC got blacklisted and you know it. Rev. Cantrell got in trouble for calling Graham and complaining about Mayers and Cantrell is a minister, so where does that put a "Lowly" church member with valid complaints when you won't even listen to your ministers? Do you know how many ministers and overseers had a problem with Denis? Mike, you had a problem with Denis and what happened to Denis? He got promoted. I rest my case. I was there when your father in law, Mr. RWD said openly in conference that if someone had a problem with one of his pastors they had a problem with him and if they had a problem with him they had a problem with GAWD. Who in the world would want to complain after hearing that statement. Mike you are fake and anyone reading this should be able to see that clearly. With your statements you are not being true to us nor are you being true to yourself because you know what goes on in the NTCC as well as anyone, and if you don't you are wrong because you are in charge. 

Mike ought to be a politician because he makes all kinds of promises that he knows aren't true and doesn't intend to keep. Once again it was the NTCC leadership who put Denis in all those positions of authority. It certainly wasn't me who nominated Denis, it was the general board, and they wouldn't speak against Denis because they are all scared of old RWD. They were all afraid to speak a word against Denis so what kind of leadership is that? Sounds like the communist government to me and I am not exaggerating one bit. Everyone is so scared of old RWD and as a result no one will talk or complain against anyone so I don't even know why you asked that of SFC Johnson.  Olson and RWD are all guilty of Denis having as much latitude as he did within the NTCC. Dispute that!!! Boy the truth hurts doesn't it? Every single solitary word that I just wrote is true. Matthew Reed had a problem with Denis, LD Jones had a problem with Denis, Mike Kekel had a problem with Denis. How do I know? Because they all told me they had a problem with Denis.  So what is wrong with this picture? Just like I said; you are all scared of RWD and as a result filing a complaint against anyone in your organization does no good (with few exceptions) so I don't even know why you suggested such a thing.
Once again I rest my case.

Chief

10/01/2013

The Bible Clearly Shows A Pattern Of The Church Providing Monetarily Relief For It's Poor. Virtually All NTCC Widows Fall In That Category.


Mike Kekel quoted:

1 Tim 5:16 If any man or woman that believeth have widows, let them relieve them, and let not the church be charged; that it may relieve them that are widows indeed.

Mike Kekel wrote:

"To date, we've had none that qualify by the Bible. I'm sorry if that presents for you or the Shunks an inconvenience, but God wrote it, not NTCC. People are taught this in Bible College, they cannot claim ignorance."

Chief quoted:

1Cor 16:1-2 Now concerning the collection for the saints, as I have given order to the churches of Galatia, even so do ye. Upon the first day of the week let every one of you lay by him in store, as God hath prospered him, that there be no gatherings when I come.

Chief wrote: Below is a copy of the portion of the NTCCs doctrinal statement concerning tithes.

Tithe
We recognize the scriptural duty of all people as well as ministers, to pay tithes unto the Lord. (Heb. 7:8) Tithes should be used for the support of the active ministry and for the propagation of the Gospel and the work of the Lord. It is not to be given to charity or used for other purposes. (Mal. 3:7–11; Heb. 7:2; 1 Cor. 9:7–11; 16:2)

Chief asked: So why did the NTCC include 1 Cor 16:2 if they are really so concerned about doctrinal purity as Mike wants to point out as I've illustrated above. In Strong's, look up the word "collection" which was taken up for the saints in 1Cor 16. It is word number 3048 in the Strong's numbering system. The word "collection" in 1Cor 16 means and I quote: "a collection of money gathered for the relief of the poor" end of quote. If there is any doubt about what I've written I've attached a hyperlink which you can click that verifies my absolute, concrete conclusion. Read it for yourself and click the link below and please keep an open mind. The word "gatherings" used in 1Cor 16:2 means the exact same thing. Strong's #3048. Click on the link.


The point I'm making here is that the NTCC and Mike Kekel will use the Bible in a hot second, if it supports their desire to not provide financial support for a widow, (indeed or not) but they will plainly twist the scriptures (which I've proven they do) while misusing and deceitfully using the Bible to support their greedy desire to get financial support from you. 1Cor 16:2 has absolutely nothing to do with paying tithe but it does have to do with taking up a collection of money for the purpose of relieving the poor Saints in the church which any NTCC Widow falls in the category of whether or not she can be truly considered a "Widow indeed".

What is also interesting is that the NTCC uses 1Cor 16 in a feeble attempt to justify paying 10% of your income to the church however in their doctrinal statement they say that tithe can not be given to charity (which in complete contrast to their doctrinal statement) is exactly what the folks were in fact doing in 1Cor 16:2. I quote again, "a collection of money gathered for the relief of the poor" and more specifically a collection taken up to for the relief of the poor Saints in the Christian church as can be plainly seen in 1Cor 16:1. 

16:1 Now concerning the collection for the saints, as I have given order to the churches of Galatia, even so do ye.
Upon the first day of the week let every one of you lay by him in store, as God hath prospered him, that there be no gatherings when I come.
And when I come, whomsoever ye shall approve by your letters, them will I send to bring your liberality unto Jerusalem.
And if it be meet that I go also, they shall go with me.
Now I will come unto you, when I shall pass through Macedonia: for I do pass through Macedonia.

Now look at the account of the same event found in Romans.

Rom 15:25 But now I go unto Jerusalem to minister unto the saints. 

26 For it hath pleased them of Macedonia and Achaia to make a certain contribution for the poor saints which are at Jerusalem.

Neither one of those two passages have JACK to do with paying tithe so why does the decieptful NTCC leadership include 1 Cor 16:2 in their doctrinal statement to justify the doctrine of compulsory tithing?  Because they are crooks and you NTCCers are dummies because you don't question them and you blindly buy off on this mess.  Whether or not you believe in tithing is not the issue here; that's entirely up to you.  The issue here is that your stinking sorry sad hypocritical NTCC leadership is willfully misusing the scriptures in this case and you NTCCers are too stupid and brainwashed to see and admit the obvious.  

So what we see here folks is a bunch of NTCC leaders who will use the Bible to justify them receiving and keeping your money but not giving it for the relief of the poor which I guarantee virtually all NTCC widows fall in the category of. Please study what I've written here folks.

Chief

6/07/2013

Stupid Is As Stupid Does

A while back, Mike Kekel wrote an article on his blog called "Ain't Misbehaven". I'm astounded that Mike would even publish and openly display such information. Approximately 2 years ago I posted an article referencing what Mike wrote titled "The Irony Of It All". Directly below is a link which will take you straight to that article.

http://truestoriesoflifeinthentcc.blogspot.com/2010/09/irony-of-it-all.html

Anyway, I wanted to repost what M.C. Kekel wrote because I'm still amazed that he'd be so careless as to throw his own father-in-law RWD, under the bus in such a fashion. Either that, or it's part of yet another New Testament Christian Church master plan to allow in what they've called "compromise" for decades.

M.C. Kekel wrote and I quote...

"
I do not make the rules, and have only recently had opportunity to affect them. In the past I have only been in the unfortunate position of having to enforce them. That doesn't mean I agreed with them. If so be they were mistakes, they weren't mine. As for the church organization? I have nothing to do with policies and doctrines of the organization concerning things like TV (which ministers aren't to have if they carry license in NTCC- unless it is solely as a gaming monitor or something, and not connected to TV input) and couldn't change them if I wanted to. If that gets changed, Rev. Olson will have to do it by mandate or through board approval. I have no such power. Even in the Bible School realm I am limited."

"My influence on the bible school rules has only been to lighten them, not increase them. Further, since I wasn't a bible school student during that time, I was not UNDER those rules. The sports rule was not bible based to begin with, and was for bible school students. Not me
."

Chief said...

These statements absolutely amaze me!!!!!! They're jaw dropping. I don't know how anyone in the New Testament Christian Church could ignore these statements if they have a conscience or any intelligence or common sense. Do you really trust the NTCC leadership with the task of guiding you to heaven? Really? There are two people who are key leaders in the NTCC; namely R.W. Davis and M.C. Kekel. These statements (written by one NTCC executive board member, namely M.C. Kekel) made a complete mockery of the Founder of the NTCC, namely R.W. Davis. Who do you think came up with all the rules and or endorsed every last one? RWD!!! Basically Mike wrote, (and of course I'm paraphrasing here) that he was the unlucky scapegoat who had the dubious distinction of having to enforce a bunch of bogus rules that he didn't agree with and had nothing to do with in the first place. Boy if that ain't throwing RWD, and the rest of the general board under the bus, I don't know what in the world is?

Listen here, armed with this information, I'd have no reason to believe that God inspired one single rule that RWD ever spewed out of his big fat mouth. "Ask permission to go visit who"? "Ask permission to stop where"? "Ask permission to accept a job"? "Ask permission to date or talk to who"? "Stand against the wall just to talk to a woman"? "You said it's a sin for all women to work"? "Where is that rule found in the Bible, Proverbs 31"? "REALLY, ARE YOU SERIOUS, ARE YOU KIDDING ME"?

Obey them that have rule over you? When I know that they have a history of coming up with a bunch of bogus rules that Kekel doesn't even agree with, and he considers himself to be unfortunate for even having to enforce them? REALLY? Huh!! Never again. I'm a grown man with a family to look out for. You can follow a bunch of stupid rules and con artists if you want to but I'm not the one.

Chief

P.S. I wouldn't follow M.C. Kekel or RWD to find a toilet (say no less as spiritual leaders) if I had diarrhea.

2/12/2013

The Grand Scheme. The Catholics, Mormons And The New Testament Christian Church.

The Picture to the left represents RWD or Kekel; whichever you prefer.  I wrote this article this evening on the Shunks Blog and I liked it so much, I thought I'd post it here.  

You see, for R.W. Davis' scheme to work, his congregates must believe that it's a sin to have any concern whatsoever for the way money is spent which is given to the NTCC. Hence, "Just give as unto the Lord, don't worry about where the money goes, and Gawd will surely bless you". That's one of the oldest tricks in the book, which the Catholics and Mormons have been using for centuries. And that my friend is why the Catholic and Mormon Churches have more wealth and assets than any church on earth.

Quote#1 that I dug up: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints or better known as the Mormon Church is the richest. Hands down it has the most liquidity and cash on hand to spend at any time. The Catholic Church has a lot of assets but they don't have the residual income of the Mormon's tithing and they are losing the money war by the seconds.

Quote#2 that I dug up: The Catholic church is the biggest financial power, wealth accumulator and property owner in existence. She is a greater possessor of material riches than any other single institution, corporation, bank, giant trust, government or state of the whole globe. The pope is the visible ruler of this immense amassment of wealth.

And The Chief said, "IMAGINE THAT". You NTCCers are getting played by the same tricks. And that's why not one other person in the NTCC has a house that's as grand as RWD's. He is like the Pope and he sees himself as such and he has control of all the money to spend how he wishes. The Mormons may have more liquid cash but the Catholics have more stuff. RWD ain't no dummy but with few exceptions, his congregates are, and that's why Denis and Barnes left.  They weren't dummies.  They both left for the same reason.  They weren't going to let Davis control "THEIR" money for the rest of their lives and whether or not they are crooks, (which I think they both are) they are no dummies. Now both Denis and Barnes are both rich based on the sources that I have. And that's why Davis started his OWN organization/corporation so that he could be rich also. If you don't think so, you are a blind, stupid, ignorant dummy.

If you stay in the NTCC continuing to give them your money, you are a dummy and it's just that simple. The Bible says and I quote: "he that giveth to the rich, shall surely come to want".

End of story.

1/07/2013

Roll Tide!!!!!

First posted 1/8/2010 when the Crimson Tide won the 2009 season BCS National Championship.   This ain't my first rodeo with Alabama.  

The Alabama Crimson Tide has won the College Football BCS National Championship. I happen to live about 1/4 of a mile from the Georgia, Alabama border. I have been an Alabama fan following their entire season. I followed their entire season last year as well, but they didn't have quite the degree of success that they had this season. I'm quite pleased with the outcome.  Roll Tide!!!

I never followed any sporting events while I was with the NTCC. Every NTCC pastor that I had categorically rejected practices such as sports fanaticism i.e. being a sports fan. The word "fan" was derived from the word fanaticism or fanatic. I am in fact a fan of the Crimson Tide however such interests were without doubt forbidden while I was with the NTCC; well almost.

This subject has been brought up here many times before and repetition is a good teacher. While the rest us were listening to preaching directed against sports, Mike Kekel was enrolling his son in basketball and football. We would have never known this if it wasn't for the wonderful world wide web. How many of us denied our children participation in sports and denied ourselves from having an interest in sports because of the NTCC's stance concerning the subject? I am quite positive the answer is many. Well if all those NTCC preachers were right, and I am going to hell because I'm a sports fan / fanatic, I will have some company there; namely Mike Kekel, and his entire family. Mike better hope his fellow ministers and his father-in-law were wrong. That's right his father-in-law because it's obvious that someone taught all those ministers to bash sports and RWD is as usual the only logical answer.

Chief

12/27/2012

Norman Schwarzkopf, A Truly Great American




Today a truly great American has passed away.  General Norman Schwarzkopf was a Vietnam and Gulf War Veteran.  He was awarded the Purple Heart (One Oak Leaf Cluster), Silver Star (Two Oak Leaf Clusters), and Bronze Star (With V device for Valor and Two Oak Leaf Clusters) just to mention a few.  He was a great Soldier and once again a truly great American and it was an honor to serve under his command during the Gulf War.  General Schwarzkoph knew the meaning of sacrifice having put his life in eminent grave danger for the sake of his troops.   We lost an outstanding Soldier and a great American today and I felt compelled to pay my respects here on this blog.  May he rest in peace.

Below is a link to his Bio for all who might be interested in reading.


10/31/2012

A Little Tidbit Of Information About Mike Kekel's Blog


 Originally posted 3/15/2010

Thread #10    Mike Kekel has propagated the notion that his blog was created for the purpose of uplifting and edifying the reader and his blog was not created for the purpose of attacking exntcc people in any way because good old holy Mike and his loyal followers would never do anything like that.  Mike and his followers suggest that they have no bitterness towards us exntccers  but they regularly claim that we are the bitter, evil haters.

In all actuality, Mike Kekel knows that his so called "edifying, good natured, uplifting blog" as anything but edifying or uplifting. In fact; to take it a step further, Mister holier than thou Mike Kekel, the man who claims to have all good intentions does not have holy intentions at all where his blog is concerned and I am going to prove it. 

Mike Kekel created his blog as a direct equalizer / counter to Brian Pelfrey's blog which is titled "ntccXposed". For that matter, Mike Kekel created his blog as an equalizer to every exNTCC blog to include this one. The only difference between Brian and Mike, is Brian did not try to hide his true intentions when he created his website but Mike did. Brian Pelfrey’s clearly stated intention when he created his website, was to expose the NTCC's crooked practices and that fact is evidenced by not only what he named his website, but also by what he named his Uniform Resource Locator (URL). Just follow me a little longer because I am getting to my point.

The true name Brian Pelfrey gave his Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is displayed when you go to ntccXposed. You have to dig just a little bit to find out what Uniform Resource Locator (URL) name Mike gave to one of the devices attached to his very own blog.

This is the title that Mr. Pelfrey gave his URL: http://www.ntccxposed.com/

This is the title that Mr. Kekel gave his URL which he didn't want people to see: http://exntccrsxposed.blogspot.com/

I found this URL connected the hit counter that Mike linked to his blog and no one else could have created it other than Mike. How do I know? Because you must have a password to create or edit the hit counter, and I know because I have it on my blog also.  What Mike named the URL that I copied and pasted above is proof of Mike's true intent i.e. "exntccrsxposed".  

 Mike is no more than a common con artist. If Mike's intentions were so pure, someone please explain why Mike would name a URL "exntccrsxposed"? 

To summarize; it's quiet obvious that Mike's intentions were not pure at all when he created his blog. He created his blog for the express purpose of exposing people who have left the NTCC by opposing the statements made by people who have left the NTCC. For the record and so no one thinks that I am a hypocrite, I definitely created my blog to highlight the NTCC's double standards, inconsiderate practices, lack of common decency, hypocrisy, and to expose specific people in the NTCC. 

Recently Mike wrote this statement on his blog: "We have some in NTCC who regularly keep company with railers and revilers on their blogs, facebooks, forums and websites, places where evil and railing appears continually." Well Mike just judged himself because he is a railer and reviler as is evidenced by his very own blog. Anyone who has an open mind will see right through Mike Kekel and they will realize that his blog is no different than this one. He has recently re-initiated all this thread posting for no other reason than to perform damage control against the blog that was also recently started by Deborah Shunk. In fact, it was the very day after Deb Shunk's blog became public that old Mikey posted a thread entitled "Don't Believe Everything You Read". Imagine that? What a coincidence. And then, (also coincidentally) he created all these new threads on his blog shortly thereafter. WOW, what a coincidence!!! If you believe that was simply circumstantial, I circumstantially have some beach front property to sell you in my back yard. Because Mike has turned so many NTCCers into suckers, (which I used to be also, where the NTCC was concerned) I should be receiving offers on the beach front property that I have for sale by COB tomorrow. Send CASH only to Chief and I'll make sure you get the deed to the land, water included.
 
Chief

10/06/2012


To the left is a picture of a woman with a JOB!!!  Something that apparently Tanya Kekel knows all about.

On the previous thread Double Ugh, (D.U.) wrote...

A recent conversation got me thinking about how much better my husband and I are doing since leaving the NTCC. I have a good paying job...which I never would have had if we stayed.

Before we left, we spent much time in the Word reading and talking about whether a woman can work on a job or not. We came to the conclusion that it is not against the Bible for a woman to work on a job.

When I talked to Tanya Kekel about the fact that my husband and I decided to leave the organization, she of course wanted to know why, and I gave her some explanation.  I told her that I had decided to work. 

I was amazed at what came out of her mouth next! She said it's okay if I have a job and that there are many women in the NTCC that work.

I told her that my understanding was that it is looked down upon and preached against.

She said it is not preached against! Then she asked me when was the last time I heard Kekel preach against it.

I told her I can't remember, but I know it has been. She almost made me feel stupid...but we all know better. I told her that I don't want to get preached at for having a job.

Now, I know I did not just imagine that the NTCC preaches and teaches against women working! Kekel even wrote in his blog that it is against the Bible!!! So, did she flat out lie to me?!?

Chief said....

Imagine that and the answer is YES; she flat out lied to you.  She knows better.  Nothing about the NTCC leadership surprises me anymore. Flip flopping, double standard hypocrites.  That's all you have with the NTCC leadership and Tanya is no exception.  Look at Tanya's response:  "Then she asked me when was the last time I heard Kekel preach against it." 

So they've flip flopped on that one now also!!!  I guess Kekel doesn't preach on that anymore, do you think?  Who knows with the NTCC leadership.   Who knows what they believe and what they don't.  I know one thing they believe along with so many other crooked churches:  "All Christians pay tithe and give in the offering".  "You can't out give Gawd".   They won't ever flip flop on that part.  

10/01/2012

Write Whatever You Want. The Last One Is At About 200 Posts

Lots of good stuff came out in the last thread.  The NTCC is in conference I guess.  It's that time of the year for some more good old fashioned brainwashing.   I'm glad I'm not there.  I wasted enough vacation time and money on that nonsense just to listen to old RDouble Cross Davis tell everyone where they could find the door if they didn't like it in his church.   I had to listen to him tell everyone how great Kekel was while bragging on Barnes and Denis.   

We know what happened to those two and if Barnes and Denis are any indication of the quality of RWDs judgment, you know what you are getting with Kekel.  Barnes basically ran off with his whole church (minus one or two) and Denis tried to run off with the entire NTCC and partly succeeded.   Kekel doesn't have to run off because first, he is not black, and second, the NTCC/RWD is giving him more than enough money.  Denis and Barnes ran off because they didn't feel like they were getting their fair share and Denis said the NTCC was full of racism and frankly he was right.  

They used to throw the "N" word around like it was candy and tell enough racist jokes to make me sick.  Well, there you have it.  Write whatever you'd like.  The NTCC is still a control freak organization full of narcissists, nepotism, and men pleasers.   Good night.  

9/25/2012

The Plot Thickens

On the previous thread, Bro Edward Bellamy wrote...   

For those of you who were wondering about Rev. and Sister Brill, (yes, this is Rev. Olson's daughter and son-in-law.) They left NTCC a month before I did; approximately March 2011. This is the story behind his leaving.

When Rev. Brill was in the Army, he was diagnosed with cancer. They did surgery and he was medically discharged, but he has been very sick throughout the years. They have now found out that the procedure which was used to remove his cancer will eventually take his life. It makes even getting a common cold life threatening. He had become very sick while Pastoring in Amarillo, Texas. The doctors told him that he needed to stop most activities if he wanted to live. This was around conference time and the doctor also told him that he could get worse if he traveled. He told Pastor Davis that he was not coming to conference, because he was sick. They called him and chewed him out, saying, because Sister. Brill was Rev. Olson's daughter, it would be a bad testimony if they missed conference. So Rev. Brill went back to the doctor and the doctor strongly advised him not to go. So Rev. Brill sent Sister Brill to conference and he stayed home. During conference they called him and chewed him out. So he got on a plane and came to conference.. And just like the doctor predicted he became very sick. He then realized, (like all of us) that they DO NOT care about anyone but themselves, their pride, and their ego. They put his life in danger for show.

Much, much, much more to follow...

Later on the same thread Chief wrote...

You've posted some serious information with this whole Bro Brill situation. I mean just think about it for a moment, (which is what I do, and unfortunately for them, too many people don't).

If Olson's own son in law and daughter got the old "NTCC shaft", why should anyone else think they are exempt? The only ones who are totally exempt are the Kekels and it's apparent that the Kinsons get a break also. Maybe Johnson is more of a man than Olson (which is certain) and maybe he simply won't allow it, but either way, for certain Kinson gets a break also in the NTCC. When I say a break, I mean that he's clearly not been held to the same standard as the average NTCC minion, which also clearly Bro Brill fell into the category of.

I've been writing the words "double standard" for years now and they still ring true with the NTCC leadership. If the NTCC leadership road roughshod on Mr. Brill, then dog gone it, you better get your butt out of bed and get your sick self to conference. If you don't, you're going to get blasted and the NTCC leadership ain't taking no excuses and Bro Brill found that out the hard way.

If you read this message and you are part of the NTCC, you are out of your ever loving mind if you still want to remain part of that crooked, sick, twisted, sadistic, conniving, sorry, sad excuse of a "Christian Organization". R.W. Davis, Olson, and Kekel don't know the first thing about common decency or how to love their neighbors the same way they love their sorry selves and Bro Brill is stone cold proof!!!!  


If you want to read more of what Bro Bellamy wrote, you can find it all on the previous thread.  It's fairly extensive.  Incidentally, Kekel is an idiot.  

9/20/2012

Proof: The New Testament Christian Church Got This One All Wrong. Their Chauvinistic Ways And Mindless Mistakes / Deliberate Dereliction Is Costing You A Lot Of Money, Prosperity And Stability.

In the KJV, Titus 2:4-5 reads: "That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children, to be discreet, chaste, keepers at home…that the word of God be not blasphemed."

   Oikourgos is a compound based on the word oikos, "house" and ergos "to work" (associated, by folk etymology, with ouros "to guard"). It is translated as if it was a noun (many Greek nouns end in -os). However, the -os noun ending is masculine. Since in this context it is referring to women, the masculine ending would not be correct. Therefore we know that the word is not a noun. Instead, the ending is actually a different suffix: -os in its usage as an adjective-forming verbal suffix. This may seem like much ado about nothing, but it significantly alters the meaning, as you will see.
  The KJV translators saw the word oikourgos as a noun, and since it was describing a person, they took it to mean a certain type of person. Since oikos means "house" and urgos (a form of ouros) comes from a root meaning "to keep", they translated it in the KJV as "keepers at home".

   Later translators confused the meaning even further, believing that the lexical meaning of "keep" in that sense was that of "to stay". 

  So what does the phrase translated "keeper at home" really mean? I’ll get to that in a moment. First, we must consider the ramifications of the mistranslation.

  Hundreds of thousands of Christians, reading the KJV and some newer versions, have taken the misrendered phrase "keeper at home" to be equivalent to the modern word "homemaker." Dozens if not hundreds of Christian books, weblogs, articles, radio interviews, etc. have used the phrase "keeper at home" in their titles. They often misunderstand the verse to mean that all Christian women should be "homemakers". The Conservative Mennonite church has actually made a doctrine out of the mistranslation; they teach that married women (even those who do not have children) should not work "outside the home" or "off the farm". They claim to have "found" this doctrine in Titus 2:5, in the phrase "keepers at home".

  So, first, what oikourgos does not mean: It does not mean "homemaker" or "housewife" in the modern sense, as some mistakenly believe it does. 

  Nor does it mean "stayer at home". It does not mean that women should "stay at home" and must not be involved in external matters or take any work out of the home.
 Now that you know what oikourgos does NOT mean, we are free to discuss what it does mean. As stated above, the word is a descriptive word, not a noun.

  Oiko-, as you should remember from the above explanation, means house. The form -urgos, a form of ouros, means "to keep". In the case of compound words, it means "taking care to keep something (in good condition)".

  The entire word, oikourgos, then means "mindful (or careful) to keep their houses in good condition". Why? "That the word of God be not blasphemed!" The verse is saying that keeping your house clean, orderly, and in repair is a good witness for the Gospel. 

  So you see,  this admonition means something totally different than many Christians believe it does. It has absolutely nothing to do with home economic roles, and everything to do with "public relations" for the Gospel. A disorderly, poorly kept home conveys a lowlife feeling, and speaks poorly for the faith. 

  The oikourgos misrendering ("keepers at home") seems primarily confined to the English language. In Spanish, the SBRV version (which is to Spanish what the KJV is to English) renders the Greek word as que tengan cuidado de la casa ("that they care about the state of the house"), a translation far more accurate than the KJV’s "keepers at home".

  There is no Biblical support whatsoever for the doctrine, held by Conservative Mennonites and certain others, that women must stay at home or on the farm, and not work outside the so-called "domestic sphere". The virtuous woman, in Proverbs 31, is described as doing eleven things "outside the home". She is involved in agriculture and business, and is even politically active (in Hebrew idiom, the "gates" are a synecdoche for political affairs).
   So now you know…the REST of the story.