Dave Pack, the narcissistic buffoon who leads the now totally discredited Restored Church of God is scrambling to divert attention away from his abysmal failure of the reunification of the Churches of God. Pack babbled on and on for many weeks on how three COG leaders would be struck dead by his god and their members would all be flocking to the RCG.
So far the track record is quit obvious that no one is joining up with the cult of Packism. No ministers are jumping ship taking large groups of members. No splinter group leaders have died either, not even Bob Thiel.
Knowing he looks like a complete buffoon right now, he is attempting to divert attention to his major new TV broadcasting event to start September 1. Will he be waxing eloquent about the tens of thousands new members that have joined his church in the last three days? Will he brag about the church leaders his god killed?
In another major advance in worldwide television coverage, The World to Come with David C. Pack will air around the globe in a prime Sunday morning timeslot (10:30 A.M. ET) on The Word Network, beginning September 1, 2013!
The Word Network has over 800 U.S. affiliates (broadcast and cable), and reaches over 90 million TV households in the U.S., over 100 million households in Europe, and 610 million more worldwide. The network blankets over 200 countries and territories via satellite and/or cable. This network also is on DIRECTV and Sky Angel Faith & Family TV in the United States, Sky UK, Sky Italia (Italy), Tata Sky (India) and Flow TV (Jamaica).
This new timeslot brings a powerful impact to our existing U.S. Sunday lineup, with six airings spread throughout the morning hours. This includes broadcasts on ION Television, CW Plus, theWALKtv and other local TV stations in select cities, bringing the total potential overlapping coverage to a staggering 270 million American TV households.
I think The Word Network needs to be notified of the sick mind of Dave and the RCG and what an aberrant cult that it is. There is nothing Christan about it so why would a Christian broadcasting network allow Dave on it?