Tuesday, August 2, 2016

PCG Hemorrhaging As They Seek To Control What Remaining Members Are Left

The Philadelphia Church of God continues its downward spiral as it loses members and money.

In spite of all this, they still drop multiple millions of dollars on dancehall for Flurry's kids that the membership are not allowed to use.

They bought a huge estate in the UK so they can be close to the Ark of the Covenant when it is found and to take possession of the Stone of Scone when an idiot fanatic steals it.

They are losing millions on their concert series, just as his idol HWA did.

Flurry wants to drop millions on his own jet so he does not have to sit next to sweaty adults or screaming kids.

They let pedophiles continue to work on the Edmond cult compound.

Families continue to be ripped apart by vile no-contact polices.

The Worldwide Church of God has birthed numerous harlot daughters over the decades, with the PCG and the Restore Church of God have to be the two most illegitimate.

From Exit and Support:

Cut-Off Policy Regarding Non-Baptized Children Can't Stop the Flow of Information:
August 1, 2016
The cut-off policy regarding non-baptized children is just another way for Gerald Flurry and company to believe they are in control. 
This is directed primarily at the non-baptized, underage children who have been able to maintain a relationship with those who have left PCG. 
Does Gerald Flurry and PCG really think that they can stop the flow of information? 
What are they really trying to hide? I thought that PCG was to have a message that would reach the "Laodiceans," and preach the Gospel to the whole world. 
Instead, they have been in existence for nearly 27 years (and still remain paranoid that people are out to get them). 
The facts are that the PCG is hemorrhaging, and they are blaming others for their failures. 
Here is a small list of what is going on there: 
1) By their own admission PCG is currently experiencing a 25% drop in income. How long till the cut backs, and layoffs come?  
2) They "reach out" on their college radio station (that about 300 people, mostly PCG members and co-workers) listen to. 
3) They are seriously considering buying and operating a private jet. 
4) When you consider that, despite their critical financial position, a multi-million dollar dancing facility is being built. Jude Flurry (Stephen's son), is one of the top Irish dancers in the world. 
5) The PCG taught that the WCG (under Joe Tkach, Sr.) made Ambassador College the focus, and not the message, and now PCG, especially Stephen Flurry, is doing just that. 
The majority of the information that I (and several others have found out about PCG) comes from their own websites, members writing to ESN ( and other related sites), and PCG members social media accounts. I remember when Gerald Flurry didn't want to go on the Internet; now he can run and hide, but he can't avoid it. --Former member of PCG [name withheld]


Anonymous said...

I remember reading once a comment about how near impossible it was for the Catholic Church to reform considering how many sons of the devil abide there.The same may be said for pcog.This is a disgrace.By their very actions they drive people away.This is the very opposite of the gospel of love and grace and care for our fellow man that they should be displaying.A total disgrace.

Byker Bob said...

They'll all be gone soon. Cruel authoritarianism is killing some, evolution of doctrine is diffusing others, and the fact that you can't sustain event horizon levels of enthusiasm for a 40 year overdue event is gradually taking its toll.

This is a movement that somehow could never live up to its own hype. It was "new and improved!" Christianity presented as an advertising campaign using then new media, and not without some bogus but compelling hooks.


Black Ops Mikey said...

Some people seem to have pronoia. As we all know, paranoia is the mental disorder which causes people to think everyone is against them. These days, that might be quite the valid perspective. Nevertheless, pronoia is exactly the opposite, where someone with the disorder believes that everyone is absolutely for them, even though they are nasty, mean and oppressive. Think Miss Piggy.

It appears that Flurry seems to have a bad case of pronoia. He has this feeling of entitlement that the universe revolves around him and that he can do anything he wants while people just adore him.

I'd say that this could come to no good end for him except for the fact that the world is filled with Kermits.

Connie Schmidt said...

$$$$ is the motive!

Yep, all these NO CONTACT rules, which now include non member spouses is ultimately designed to harvest more money for the Flurry Clan Cult.

If you cut out non member spouses and children, no money or inheritances can leak from the group via member deaths. PCG is a very old group. There will be lots of deaths over the next 10 to 20 years. Even if an inheritance is passed to a living PCG member, eventually the chain of descendants and relatives that are in PCG will run out, and the "last man" PCG family member will likely leave all to the cult.

These bastards are like a rendering and recycling operation , similar to a Nazi death camp. Keep them alive long enough to be slave labor, and even when they die, go and harvest their teeth, hair, skin and fats. FLURRY IS SICK AND DISGUSTING IN EVERY WAY!

Sweetblood777 said...

Flurry always reminded me of a toad. He has lived up to that. The poison just oozes out of him. Come out of her my people. Just what part of this do you not understand?

Gerald Bronkar said...

This may be an appropriate time to post a paragraph from "The Age of Reason", written by Thomas Paine in 1794-1795. It expresses an idea I relate to completely. How about you?

"It has been the practice of all Christian commentators on the Bible, and of all Christian priests and preachers, to impose the Bible on the world as a mass of truth and as the word of God; they have disputed and wrangled and anathematized each other about the supposed meaning of particular parts and passages therein; one has said and insisted that such a passage meant such a thing; another said it meant directly the contrary; and a third, that it meant neither one nor the other, but something different from both; and this they call understanding the Bible."

Many of the Founding Fathers were interested not only in freedom of religion, but freedom from religion as well. Many of them were Deists, which may not be the best explanation for the universe, but is more sensible than Christianity, by far.

Let's reject the insanity of all these nutty cults.

Byker Bob said...

The family has been the basic building block of civilized society from the beginning of the human race. What Armstrongism has done (and Flurryism is simply a more extreme form) is to undermine family at every turn, while redefining and replacing the intrinsic values of family, only making these a function of their little church cult.

This has lasting effects on peoples' lives. Just as one would need to separate oneself from an alcoholic family to reach basic functionality in life, and reasonable levels of success and stability, one should separate oneself from family intoxicated on all of the toxic bullshit of Armstrongism. The problem is that particularly Gerald Flurry does not leave this up to the individuals whom a counsellor would normally advise to actually do the separating. He has the problematic ones, the ones who are the cause of the codependent relationship do the deed, and it becomes a deeper form of manipulation, virtually destroying the possibility of any sort of reconciliation or healing in the future.

Even when one is amongst fellow siblings who have left these cults, what always seems to dominate the conversation for decades after the Armstrong experience is how horrible it all was. These people burn everything in advance for their members in their own little scorched earth campaign. In a sense, the minute you become a member, you are so totally screwed. And they know what they are doing, and that they are responsible for their actions, but have convinced themselves that incredible evil is God's way. The way that they introduce members into this evil is to take charge and to redefine virtually everything for them.


Anonymous said...

Gerald, deists believe God created the universe, then walked away. Kenneth Copeland and Herbie Christianity by contrast, believe God created man so He can play the game of 'super control freak.' Since Christ in the parable of the talents, compares Himself to a nobleman going to afar country ie "laissez faire" (hands off) capitalism, the deist view of reality is closer to the narrow gate.

Cheers TradingGuy
PS be sure to do much prayer and bible study, since this reaps a big profit.

Anonymous said...

The Plain Truth about Why the PCG Breaks Up Families

In the Worldwide Church of God, Herbert W. Armstrong had taught that God is a family that currently consists of two beings: the father and the son. God's great master plan is to reproduce himself through humans. That is why God created man in the image of God. Jesus is the firstborn of many brethren. Those who do not work out can have their temporary physio-chemical existence extinguished, and those who do work out can be turned into immortal spirit beings as part of the family of God.

This is the real reason why satanic impostor cults like the Philadelphia Splinter Cult try so hard to destroy the family. Rather than tell the truth and say that Satan wants to destroy the family, they deliberately lie and say that this is what God wants, and what HWA had taught. They have a devilish way of falsely claiming to be faithfully following HWA in everything, even while they actually pervert in the most monstrous and unimaginable ways everything that HWA actually did teach. Gerald Flurry praises HWA, but then praises himself even more, and goes on to teach the exact opposite of what HWA had taught.

The PCG used HWA's name and photograph to attract former WCG members, and falsely claimed to be faithfully following everything that HWA had taught, even though it made some major doctrinal changes early on. Gerald Flurry quoted Adolf Hitler as saying that a clever conqueror will impose his will in instalments. So, after a while, the PCG cut off its members from contact with the rest of the church family by telling them not to associate with those in the other splinter groups, who were made out to be “evil Laodiceans.” Now, as the trap tightens some more, the latest instalment of Satan's will is to break up the families of PCG members.

Many unfaithful, disloyal, irresponsible, and wicked people in the PCG were eager long ago to abandon their mates and children, and to pretend that they were doing it for the PCG cult and for God. The real reason that one PCG guy said he thought he could “grow more” without his wife, whom he wanted to divorce, seemed to be that he worked at a place where there were about twenty women for every guy. Another PCG guy was eager to see other members “bite the bullet” and divorce their mates. Yet another guy in the PCG wanted to continue with his life-long habit of having sex with women that he never bothered to marry, even when he had children by them, and wanted to continue to call himself “single.” Some young girls came back from the PCG summer camp pregnant. Others dated outside of the PCG and got pregnant, even though their religion was supposedly “very important” to them. Sometimes it is hard to tell what distinguishes a PCG member from any other godless and immoral person.

Some warped PCG leaders, like the Morleys, try to pair up some singles with much older sex perverts, and pass this off as trying so hard to “help” the victim. They quickly become angry, slander their victim all over the place, and get them kicked out, if they do not go along with it. While always trying to promote and force all sorts of unnatural and evil relationships, they try to break up all normal, natural, and good family relationships.

Many ignorant and wicked people went with the PCG for their own selfish reasons, but not everyone who went with the PCG was totally evil, and this seems to bother the leadership. Those who thought that they could hide out in a satanic cult like the PCG without being required to do even more evil than they already have by supporting That False Prophet and his impostor cult with its massive doctrinal changes are about to learn differently. Since the Bible says in the New Testament that, “If anyone does not provide for his relatives, and especially for his immediate family, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever” (I Timothy 5:8, NIV), getting PCG members to break up their immediate families is a high priority for a satanic impostor cult like the PCG.

Stephen said...

Thank you for that appropriate quote, Gerald!

Anonymous said...

It's downright interesting to watch these groups steadily self-destruct. Reminds me of the old saying that you will reap the whirlwind (tornado) if you sow the wind. I care not for the organization or the leaders, but I feel real compassion for all those confused and bludgeoned people. It's a study in the inevitable results of full blown narcissism. Ambassador College was a narcissism founded institution, and it turned out some real narcissists, Rod Meredith being one of the earliest examples. Never could stand that guy. He fairly exudes self-righteousness and haughtiness.

Gerald Bronkar said...

Hey Trading Guy,
In the event you may have misunderstood the point of my post, I am not into Deism, but if my choices were only Deism or Christianity, I would opt for Deism. Much less mythology and no need for a Savior to die for my sins. Just a simple explanation for the existence of the Universe--though not scientific.

Mr. Paine has made a masterful attempt to expose the Bible for the fraud that it is. I applaud him, and consider him an inspiration.

Bible study and prayer time would not appear on my to do list. It never worked for me.

I'm still looking for answers to the big questions, but content with saying "I don't know".

Anonymous said...

I say a lot of "I don't know" too, Dennis. We both understand that the Bible is a gigantic fraud now, and that's such a liberating thing. No more walking in fear and being intimidated into doing things not to our best interests. I can truly say that the last forty years of my life have been happier and less frustrating than the first forty.

Allen C. Dexter

Anonymous said...

For some reason, I thought that comment was from Dennis Deahl instead of Gerald Bronkar, so my subsequent comment was directed to the wrong person. It's still a valid statement of the facts though.

Allen C. Dexter.

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