Bishop Duane Youngblood Sentenced To Prison for up to 4 Years
This kind of news is what we like to hear! Though it is great to see them pay for the crimes they commit, its always a sad day for the body of Christ as we pick of the pieces of broken people who wee effected by their actions.
Today is a great day for pastoral accountability because justice was served for the two young men who was abused by Bishop Duane Youngblood. Common Pleas Judge, Jill E. Rangos, sentenced Youngblood to serve up to 4 years in prison. She also gave him 3 years probation and a lifetime registry on the Megan’s law sex offenders list.
Bishop Corletta J. Vaughn Defends Bishop Wayne T. Jackson’s Unusual Consecration, But Not for Herself
Original post from Jan. 28, 2013:
We want to thank GCM Watch for this update. There is a woman who goes by the name Bishop Corletta J. Vaughn and she had some interesting things to say about Bishop Wayne T. Jackson‘s, what some are calling a ‘full body consecration’.
Andrew Caldwell Now Says He Doesn’t Feel Delivered and Still Struggles
Well, we really do sympathize with Andrew Caldwell because it is true: For most people, they can not be instantly delivered. There are some who have been but it truly can take years to be delivered. A homosexual can abstain from the activity with the same sex, move away, change their phone number and dissociate with anything about the gay lifestyle, and still find themselves having desires. The only way to be delivered is constantly “killing the flesh” and rebuking the desires without acting on them. Ultimately the person will be freed from it and be able to move on.
Are San Francisco’s Catholic Schools Being Controlled by Lawmakers?, Report Says
Read story from CBS News from San Francisco
San Franciscans are currently debating a simple question: Should the government respect the right of Catholic schools to be authentically Catholic?
San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone thinks so. But eight California senators and assemblymen sent the archbishop a letter last month, saying that his actions in issuing new faculty guidelines “foment a discriminatory environment in the communities we serve.” On Feb. 23, two of the signers even asked the California Assembly Labor and Employment Committee and the Assembly Judiciary Committee to investigate the archdiocese’s actions.
Dear Mr. Preacher, The Truth of the Matter is Blogging Ain’t Easy
Note: We wish not to offend anyone that reads this but it must be addressed.
Originally posted: August 19, 2011
We wanted to address many people who think that bloggers are only lonely busy bodies that don’t have anything else to do but talk about people, especially the church and pastors. Contrary to popular belief, blogging is not only a form of free speech and therapy but its an outlet to express personal views of what is important to many people in the world.
How Gay Gospel Artists Left a Tainted Legacy- A New Sex Tape Brings More Shame [Part 4]
UPDATE on Dec. 15, 2013: We got news from a source that Kevin Terry is still mortified by the ousting of his sex tape. He has not been seen in the public much, this source says. We do not have more information at this time but we expect Kevin Terry may stay out of the public’s eye for some time.
Original post from Nov. 11, 2013:
How Gay Gospel Artists Left a Tainted Legacy- From Holy to Not At All [Part Three]
This is Part 3 which we will explore a gay gospel artist and minister and his part in starting a gay revolution in the black church by pure disobedience.
This is presumably the last part of our series: How Gay Gospel Artists Left a Tainted Legacy For Today’s Generation. We do not plan to add to this series as we feel this may complete the subject… for now. We will discuss a very important issue about how gay gospel artists emerged. We will specifically focus on one corner of the country that made a huge impact on gospel music and the gay culture in the church.
[NEW] How Gay Gospel Artists Left a Tainted Legacy for Today’s Generation [Part 2]
This is part two of this article about how gay gospel artists left a tainted legacy for our generation today. We felt the need to expand this subject especially today as gospel music has evolved in something much more than just ‘singing’. Gospel music has turned into a industry of hefty money makers and revolutionaries. Though many artists from the early 1960’s and earlier sang gospel music because they ‘love the Lord’, grew up in the church and wanted to spread the gospel, it quickly turned into a money making machine that created more than just records. The gospel music industry became a way of expressing the views of society both political and sexual. Let’s speak on the sexual part because this is what is taking over our society today through homosexuality and gay rights.