Sunday, September 2, 2012

Malm Planning a Spring and Fall Feast Site




After months and months  of declaring that he would NOT be starting a feast site, The Malm has changed his mind.  He is anticipating between 200 - 2,000 people showing up.  That's quit a haul for money so I can see why he wants to do this now. The Malm has been desperate for money  lately and this is a slick way to bring it in without begging.

The Malm is advocating that all his members take off 7 days in the Spring to keep the Feast of Unleaveneds and then another 9 days in the Fall.  I guess he is trying to imitate HWA when he also kept a 7 day spring feast.


I will now begin planning for a Spring ULB Feast Site, and will also begin to set up a fall Feast site for 2013. 

For the fall site I will be looking at several venues beginning with Sioux Falls SD USA and the Central States, looking for a central location.  At this point the location is not established and I would be grateful for any other  suggestions.   I am looking for a meeting site that will accommodate about 200 with the option to expand to accommodate at least 2,000, and I am more concerned about affordability [in accommodations, food and meeting halls] instead of a high impact vacation spot.

He said several months back that the COG's that have Feast sites in popular toursit areas are sinning.

Perhaps Apostle Malm would like to really set an example and take his flock to Detroit, Michigan.  I am sure there are some great rates there.  Think of the Christian witnessing you would be able to do!  You could bring a foretaste of the Kingdom of God to the poor of Detroit.

I will now begin planning for a Spring ULB Feast Site, and will also begin to set up a fall Feast site for 2013.
For the fall site I will be looking at several venues beginning with Sioux Falls SD USA and the Central States, looking for a central location.  At this point the location is not established and I would be grateful for any other  suggestions.   I am looking for a meeting site that will accommodate about 200 with the option to expand to accommodate at least 2,000, and I am more concerned about affordability [in accommodations, food and meeting halls] instead of a high impact vacation spot.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ermagerd! 15 days of hell per year with the apostle Malm?

Thankfully it's broken up into two regimens roughly 6 months apart. It's like spiritual chemotherapy, I guess. A week at a time and it just makes you nauseated and your hair falls out. Two weeks in a row and you'd probably be dead.

Hey, what about Pentecost? Isn't everyone commanded to travel to a feast site for Pentecost too? I can hear the defense already, "Yes, technically, but that's too much, so we don't have to do that..." (I'm a cherry picker, and all the time I'm out pickin' cherries, cause cherries are awesome and I like them.)

Byker Bob said...

Yawn.

I probably have fewer "customers" than he, but at least at the end of the day I know I've done something good and honest for them.

BB

Steve Kisack said...

Has this idiot really got that many followers? Where the hell do these people come from?! Or, is he lying, like all the rest of the wannabe Herbies?

Anonymous said...

My guess is he has less than 50 adults who are die-hard enough pharisees to follow him. Attending a feast site requires a little more commitment than leaving a few righteous-sounding comments on a blog or facebook group.

On the other hand, if those staunch supporters get a week of face time with him at a feast site, after being with him in person, they might have second thoughts about him...

Allen C. Dexter said...

What a waste of time! And Money!

Travel somewhere, wearing out your vehicle and spending bushels of money on gasoline. Then, spend hours and days in uncomfortable chairs while some idiot over-impressed with himself drones on about speculative nonsense. All the while feeling a prideful assurance that you are one of god's favorites because you obeyed and are sitting there.

Been there. Done that. No, thanks!

Anonymous said...

What can those lucky feastgoers look forward to? Let's take a sneekpeek into the excitement James Malm has in store for his guests:

(Feb 19, 2012)
"Feast sites are NOT to be established in vacation hot spots. They should be in poorer areas with few outside attractions. We are commanded to spend our tithe on food and drink and sharing with others not on expensive vacations."
...
"The entire two festivals are to be filled with spiritual feasting with physical feasting, song, music and dancing for joy in the Lord. They are NOT to be spent in paragliding, car racing, or other activities which take away from what God commanded and intended."

When you attend a feast with James Malm, not only will it be a time of mind-numbing agony, you'll also know you're pleasing god, by golly. And that means you can rest assured this is the kind of happiness, fun, and excitement you can look forward to enduring all the time in the wonderful kingdom of god you're preparing to be imprisoned in forever. With James Malm, you never have to worry about what happens when you die, you're dead already. Don't forget to smile!

I don't want to die and go on off to paradise
There are more fun places here that I can patronize
And you my friend aren't born again
You're dead already

If I [don't want to] go to heaven, let me go to L.A.
Or the far West Texas desert or an Oregon summer day
If we build a Utopia will you come and stay?
Shangri-La La La La La La La La La...

"Shangri-La" by Yacht

Anonymous said...

Celebrating the Mournful World Tomorrow

M.T.Tabernacles

Anonymous said...

I see the Malm devotees have nominated Sandusky, Ohio for a possible 2013 FOT site. Do they not know, Gerald Flurry still has room for transfers in Sandusky, OH & Tucson AZ, this year? There's no room in Tampa, FL, with the elite getting first dibs. But, I am confident, the PCGer's would welcome any newbie, with brotherly love in OH or AZ.

Anonymous said...

"I see the Malm devotees have nominated Sandusky, Ohio for a possible 2013 FOT site"

Uh oh.....site of Cedar Point...best roller coasters on the planet. You'll never keep the troops away from there.

M.T.Seats