Rod McNair Says Elderly Possessed By Demons




Bumped this back up because some LCG members are still in denial



Just when I think I have heard it all along comes this story that was in my "in box" a few minutes ago.  It is appalling beyond belief!  How sick can the Living Church of God get?




Rod McNair recently ordered one of his members to quit their job at a nursing home where they worked helping sickly senior citizens. His reason? Demons. It is his belief that demons often inhabit the elderly. LCG recommends that its members stay away from people with mental illness and now they have added to that, the elderly. Ironic since the average age of an LCG member is about 75 and its leader, Rod Meredith, is 85.  According to sources, this member obediently quit their job immediately after being told to. Most professionals understand the importance of giving a notice of resignation out of respect for the employer and to maintain ones reputation in the industry. But not McNair. This member was subsequently accused of being disobedient to God's ministry by not quitting quickly enough once McNair learned that the member worked a two week notice to wrap up their obligations to the company. The member has now been disfellowshipped.

This raises several questions. What kind of church tells a member to quit a job that entails helping the needy on a daily basis? The elderly are often forgotten or neglected in our society. Is that what Jesus would do? What kind of member obeys this insane request, likely to their own financial detriment? Is it Christian to avoid the sick? The mentally ill? Is it fair to treat the mentally ill as demon possessed? Even if this person was told to quit and didn't, would that really be grounds for disfellowshipment? Are LCG members outraged by this or are they onboard with this type of behavior?

Every time I hear another one of these stories coming out of Charlotte I am left wondering... what will it take to make people realize that this isn't what being led by Christ looks like. By their fruits they will be known... wake up sheeple.

8 comments:

Susan Grimshaw said...

Because Man sins, dont stop believing what the Bible teaches. God will take care of them. Just because there sinning doesn't change what the Says to keep the Sabbath His Holy days. Pay tithes. If the miss use the tithes its on them you did as God commanded. When you text hateful remarks your just doing Satan's bidding.

Anonymous said...

I worked @ LCG headquarters for 10 years. I know all of these leaders. I was disfellowshipped by Bob League on behalf of RCM because my ex-wife and me were in a miserable marriage and we wanted to divorce. I was told by Rod McNair during counseling, to basically suck it up and be miserable. RCM told me personally, that as a headquarters employee, I had to set a good example and forget about divorce. He also stated that if we went through with the divorce, we would never be allowed to remarry and remain in the church. I heard from a friend at the time that an elder in a Florida congregation divorced his wife and married her sister. There were no repercussions from headquarters. They were allowed to remain in the church. That was about 2-1/2 years ago. I am happily remarried now and no longer a member of any COG. There is life after being in this cult! BTW, I could be considered an insider. We were invited to many parties and dinners at RCM's home. Sheryl Meredith even told me that her two boys really looked up to me and asked me to take an interest in them and be a role model to them.

Anonymous said...

I worked @ LCG headquarters for 10 years. I know all of these leaders. I was disfellowshipped by Bob League on behalf of RCM because my ex-wife and me were in a miserable marriage and we wanted to divorce. I was told by Rod McNair during counseling, to basically suck it up and be miserable. RCM told me personally, that as a headquarters employee, I had to set a good example and forget about divorce. He also stated that if we went through with the divorce, we would never be allowed to remarry and remain in the church. I heard from a friend at the time that an elder in a Florida congregation divorced his wife and married her sister. There were no repercussions from headquarters. They were allowed to remain in the church. That was about 2-1/2 years ago. I am happily remarried now and no longer a member of any COG. There is life after being in this cult! BTW, I could be considered an insider. We were invited to many parties and dinners at RCM's home. Sheryl Meredith even told me that her two boys really looked up to me and asked me to take an interest in them and be a role model to them. I am sure that anyone who attends services in Charlotte will know who I am after reading this comment.

Anonymous said...

It's sad to see so much gossip going around, which is totally against what the bible teaches. One day we will all have to answer to our creator whether we believe in Him or not!

Anonymous said...

I am sorry but this sounds completely made up. How can you expect any one to believe any thing you print when you publish this kind of nonsense

Anonymous said...

This came straight from an employee in Charlotte. I heard the exact same thing said.

Anonymous said...

I knew a fellow in the WCG that thought the same thing, that demons inhabit old people, but his notion extended to antique furniture as well.

Audi said...

Easy to see the lemmings. Those who blindly follow the dictates of a church. Obedience to a church does NOT equal obedience to God, no matter how much church leaders scream that it does.