Friday, November 9, 2012

Melvin Rhodes: Did UCG Go Behind His Back To COGWA?



James Malm has a comment today about information he received concerning the Melvin Rhodes debacle.  While Malm's prophetic and legalistic rantings are foolish, he does have many sources that feed him information that has proven over time to be pretty accurate.  This was on his blog today:

I have now received a small package of information from COGWA.  They say that no person in the COGWA ministry knew anything about the Rhodes matter until a person from outside COGWA brought it to the attention of a local elder.

This strongly supports other information coming in that it was a UCG conspirator who sent a representative to COWA to stirr this up,  It seems that this UCG man wanted to dethrone Rhodes and blacken COGWA at the same time.

I am quite confident that this was a power play by an arch liberal  master conspirator WITHIN UCG, to remove Rhodes and set up a man who will begin the final phase of the UCG apostasy..

He has this about Webber:

By about 1990 in the Tkach Worldwide Church of God, Victor Kubik was in charge of ministerial services aided by Robin Webber.  They acted as a vicious  enforcement arm of Joe Tkach, to root out and remove anyone in the ministry or in the assembly who was not inclined to go along with the evangelical changes being instituted.

This is so true.  Webber and John Kennedy were referred to by many as HQ's SS Guards.  These guys made the lives of many so incredibly miserable.  Webber was at command in ministerial services and disfellowshipped many people for not following the new teachings.  He did this will sitting in SOG Apartments 360 and 380 conspiring with Kubik and others about starting UCG.  They are all snakes in the grass and UCG members should beware!

7 comments:

Head Usher said...

This photo is so odd. I can't tell if he's trying to smile or just trying to hold back the tears.

Anonymous said...

He looks like he is constipated

Anonymous said...

"By about 1990 in the Tkach Worldwide Church of God, Victor Kubik was in charge of ministerial services aided by Robin Webber. They acted as a vicious enforcement arm of Joe Tkach, to root out and remove anyone in the ministry or in the assembly who was not inclined to go along with the evangelical changes being instituted."

Absolutely true. Joe Tkach Sr. surrounded himself with the previous generation Imperial School Kids and Chicago Pals

Mike Feazell, Joe Jr., Robin Weber, Bernie Schnippert. Vic, while having more redeeming qualities than most, can turn on you in a heartbeat as if he never knew you.

I went, successfully, to bat for him back when we were both just puppies in ministry and the regional coordinator was thinking of letting him go due to personal challenges not his doing.

Anonymous said...

I just remember getting up and leaving a "refresher" lecture by Weber where he was showing ministers how to use 3.5 cards for something or other. It was so profound I left knowing I'd never understand it all. There was a rock and mineral show in Long Beach and it was time to head out for it...lol

Lake of Fire Church of God said...

NO2HWA said, "Webber was at command in ministerial services and disfellowshipped many people for not following the new teachings. He did this will sitting in SOG Apartments 360 and 380 conspiring with Kubik and others about starting UCG. They are all snakes in the grass and UCG members should beware!"

MY COMMENT - Gary, I missed all that WCG drama having left the Church in 1976. Are you saying this two faced snake Robin Webber was denouncing the Church's Sabbath doctrine publicly while on the Tkach WCG payroll, and privately working out his safe landing/next gig in the UCG which allegedly splintered from WCG over the liberalization of the Sabbath doctrine?

Richard

Steve Kisack said...

Weber wasn't the only snake in the grass. Franks and many others were doing the same thing...receiving their paychecks from WCG while conspiring and waiting to see how many tithe slaves were going to leave Tkach and company. Franks would have never left, but saw that his job and paycheck were in jeopardy. If only twenty people would have left to form UCG, he would still be preaching and moving on up in Tkach jr's little church.

NO2HWA said...

Richard: You got it all right....