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Churches in Canada kill 50,000 children: Axel Cooley and Kevin Annett on TeleGracia TV – Pt. 2/3

TeleGracia News team continues to investigate the crimes committed by men and women who utilize the name of God to committ evil and exposes information which…

In the Name of God: The True Story of the Fight to Save Children from Faith-Healing Homicide

In the Name of God: The True Story of the Fight to Save Children from Faith-Healing Homicide

An anonymous caller tells a detective in a small Oregon town that a woman has just bitten off a man’s finger. But the man is not the victim, the caller says. The woman is. She’s being held against her will by a group of faith-healing fanatics who are trying to cure her depression with violent exorcisms.

 

The detective rescues her, but she is afraid to press charges against the people in her church.  Then the detective gets an even more ominous message: Children in the church have been dying mysteriously for years, and now several more are in immediate peril, facing blindness, disability, and death.

 

Unwilling to stand by and allow more children to suffer, the anonymous caller — a church insider — risks everything to work with three detectives and a lone prosecutor to fight faith-based child abuse, and to change the laws that protect its perpetrators. They are joined by a mother who’d suffered a faith-healing tragedy herself, and afterwards dedicated her life to saving others from the same fate.

 

Masterfully written by author Cameron Stauth, In the Name of God tells the true story of their heroic mission, which resulted in a historic series of sensational trials that exposed the darkest secret of American fundamentalism, and revealed the shameful political deals that have allowed thousands of children to die at the hands of their own parents — legally.

 

Though the battle against faith-healing abuse continues around the country, the victory in Oregon has lit the path to a better future, in which no child need die because of a parent’s beliefs.

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I would like to find the article on jean mckinon dies babysitting on 2350 inglis, 3 small children?

Question by Mary S: I would like to find the article on jean mckinon dies babysitting on 2350 inglis, 3 small children?
She was babysitting me at the age of 6th grade, my sister and me and my little brother at the time. It should be in the detroit news or the detroit freepress. It was a friday if I remember because we were waiting for her mother to come out of bingo from St, Gabriels church.

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Answer by bluekittymomma
maybe you should try looking in the local library to see if they have newspaper archives. sorry i couldn’t be of more help

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Postmodern Children’s Ministry: Ministry to Children in the 21st Century Church (emergentYS)

Postmodern Children’s Ministry: Ministry to Children in the 21st Century Church (emergentYS)

This practical, thought-provoking book presents a new paradigm for children’s ministry in the emerging 21ST century and explores how churches are currently putting that vision into practice. Advocating the need to regard children as full participants in their faith communities, the book provides strategies for building intergenerational community where children feel they belong and have the opportunity to serve.

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Postmodern Children’s Ministry: Ministry to Children in the 21st Century Church (emergentYS)

Postmodern Children’s Ministry: Ministry to Children in the 21st Century Church (emergentYS)

This practical, thought-provoking book presents a new paradigm for children’s ministry in the emerging 21ST century and explores how churches are currently putting that vision into practice. Advocating the need to regard children as full participants in their faith communities, the book provides strategies for building intergenerational community where children feel they belong and have the opportunity to serve.

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Kevin Annett: Children Bones found! Let’s Stop Supporting Criminal Churches Guilty of Mass Murder

Breaking News Report November 29, 2011 The Protect Your Children Foundation in collaboration with the Vatican Crimes Exposed Organization have travelled to Brantford, Ontario to document the monumental discovering of children’s bones at Canada’s oldest residential school. Our news team had the honor of interviewing Kevin Annett, Secretary of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State, who has been working with the Mohawk nation to excavate the mass graves where many children were murdered. A fact that has been masked and covered up by the church and state. Today, with evidence of children’s remains, no one can any longer deny what Kevin Annett and thousands of natives have been trying to speak out about as they seek justice for the crimes committed unto over 50000 children at the hands of nuns and priests in these Indian Boarding schools. The Crown of England, the Anglican Church, Catholic, Presbyterian, Mennonite, amongst other religions were in on this organized crime schemes and finally the truth is being exposed worldwide. For more information, visit: www.itccs.org or http The Protect Your Children Foundation and its affiliates including the VaticanCrimes.us and networks – TeleGracia and Radio NetGracia – are honored to support the work of Kevin Annett, the brave Mohawk Nation and stand for truth and justice – and we will continue to utilize our networks to expose these facts until justice is served. The time has come…just retribution will be
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The Presbyterian Doctrine of Children in the Covenant: An Historical Study of the Significance of Infant Baptism in the Presbyterian Church

The Presbyterian Doctrine of Children in the Covenant: An Historical Study of the Significance of Infant Baptism in the Presbyterian Church

This classic treatment of infant baptism, first published in 1940, rearticulates the historic Presbyterian view. With many Presbyterians neglecting infant baptism or emptying it of meaning, Lewis Bevens Schenck makes a compelling case for the doctrine of children in the covenant.

The author also identifies factors in the church’s history that have affected this doctrine, reveals that a divergent conception of this doctrine has surfaced, and demonstrates that this conception involves a different idea of the church, the covenant, and children’s place in the covenant.

Frank A. James III, professor of historical theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, has contributed an introduction to this reprint edition. The book was originally published by Yale University Press.

“We heartily recommend this splendid work. Dr. Schenck has rendered us a great service. . . . We hope that through it the Presbyterian Churches may once more acquire a true insight into the real meaning of the covenant and into the significance of infant baptism.”—Louis Berkhof (1940)

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