I want to convey what it felt like to live in MCF under the BCF word direction during 1992-2016. It was hell on earth if you actually had any dreams in work or ministry. So the messenger word of Vic Hall made you feel guilty about having even the slightest ambitions. You actually gradually diedContinue reading “What you did to us MCF & BCF”
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From time to time I do have to ask myself whether I have forgiven the elders and presbyteries at Melbourne Christian Fellowship (MCF) and Brisbane Christian Fellowship (BCF) for their cultish, abusive practices and misleading, manipulative and non-Biblical teachings. Have I really forgiven them? Why am I writing this blog? Does forgiveness mean not warningContinue reading “Forgiveness”
It was like prison but I forgive you.
I’ve never been to prison but it felt like imprisonment at MCF. Yet I loved the place too. And the congregation. Like you all. But not the partiality presumptions shunnings forced obedience to do NOTHING. The forced obedience to do nothing – and At threat of loss of salvation. That was horrific. Soul destroying. MonthContinue reading “It was like prison but I forgive you.”
Fortunately, recovery comes . . in the morning. Well, not literally the morning. And it comes in stages. Actually, the day I left in September 2016 I felt an enormous weight lifted off. The feeling of being free was immense and drinkable. God was no longer a monster. And every and any plan was nowContinue reading “Restoration”