Last Wednesday, the Wadsworth Post had an article up about David C. Pack's cult compound. It was another cotton candy, "We Love Dave Pack" slobberfest.
Passersby have likely noticed that a second building is currently under construction on the site. This two-story, 12,000 square-foot structure will serve as the mail processing center and will house the church’s mailing and in-house print operations as well as the landscaping and construction departments.
“We are expecting that the building should be complete by the end of the year,” said William Behrer, director of community relations for the church.
The church’s books, booklets, articles and other written materials have been sent to more than 220 countries and territories worldwide and church literature is available in eight different languages.
Construction on the church’s 4,000 square-foot media center is expected to begin in late December or in January and should be complete by spring. The facility will house three studios and the church’s media production services. The church also plans to construct a student center and an auditorium on the site possibly next year.
This is the same reporter that contacted various people on this blog and else where about the dangers of Dave Pack and his cult. Apparently all the information that was given to her ended up in her round file.
Dave Packs money that he brings to the Wadsworth area is more imporant than exposing the evil that is growing in their community.
Sure he has dumped millions in the area with construction crews, land buys, landscaping purchases and furniture buying. However, once he has finished building his monument to himself, that money will stop flowing. Dave Pack and the Restored Church of God only look after themselves. The money will not be flowing into the community to help the homeless, feed the hungry or care for the downtrodden.
This entire project is all about Dave. It always has been and will always be.