In it's ongoing smear campaign against former members and heathen non-members and it's continuing drive to destroy families, the Philadelphia Church of God took a big swipe at their church families that have a spouse that is "unconverted." Dennis Leap says those kinds of families might as well be single parent families. Since the PCG considers unconverted spouses to be ignorant demon worshiping morons, they assume these spouses cannot discipline their children or train them to know God in the way of PCG wants them to.
What do they think goes through the mind of a spouse that has an "unconverted" mate after reading this kind of bullshit? Some will think they are better off divorcing so they can raise the children in a "proper" environment. That "unconverted" spouse has a serious impact on the child. What malicious hate filled propaganda!
God’s Philadelphia Church has its share of single-parent households. Of the pcg‘s
households, 531 include children. Sixty-one of these households have
only one parent living in the home; another 98 have only one parent who
is a baptized member living in the home. If we are brutally honest,
these family situations are more single-parent-like than two-parent-like
in many ways. We must recognize that both situations have a serious
impact on parenting.
Then to prove that PCG really does not care about the children, it says this:
Even though God’s ministry and members must and will give you
support, 98 percent of the love, teaching and discipline your child
needs has to come from you! God expects that you properly and successfully
rear your own child/children. Take God on as your partner! Never forget
that with God, you have a Father and a Husband. With God’s unflinching
support, you can be an exceptional single parent!
Your children are only worth PCG giving 2% of its time and resources to. Unless, you are giving 30%+ of you income then they will love your child more than 2%. Your child will then get special perks than the other kids do not get.
Your non member mate is also an agent of Satan activly working against you:
It is tough being a single parent. Sometimes it is even tougher to be
a parent with a non-member mate. Many things—jobs, budgets, shopping,
household duties, and your children’s needs—will pull you in a multitude
of different directions. Never forget that not only are you a single
parent, you are a Christian. Your first daily priority must always be to seek God, His Kingdom and righteousness first
(Matthew 6:33). Whether you have become suddenly single, or have been
single for some time now, you must establish the habit of getting up
early to get your prayer and Bible study in before you begin your day.
If you fail to do this, you will be on your own!
Flurry's god is going to abandon you if you do not spend one hour a day on your knees and another hour a day studying Flurry's crap. Satan will actively take over your mind! God will also hold you accountable if you do not keep your child on a blanket and quiet for two hours every week as you have been instructed to train your child by Six Pack and crew.
Jesus Christ has been lovingly warning us that Satan is now working
against us in a feverous-hot rage (Revelation 12:12). Members that are
not drinking in spiritual power through prayer and study are easy
targets for satanic attacks. You must begin each day fully armed to
battle our common enemy, not only for yourself, but your children too.
You are instructed to come to the worlds most well-oiled and incredibly educated ministry ever (sorry Davey, PCG has bitch slapped you AGAIN!)
God has set His ministers over the Church to help the brethren (Hebrews
13:17; 2 Corinthians 1:24). This certainly includes single parents. Your
minister knows how to help you be a great parent. Your minister also
knows when to get help from his superior when your problem is a very
serious one. However, be sure to seek out the ministry for help before
problems get really tough. Positive ministerial
instruction—continually—is a lot less painful for you and your child.
For example, single mothers with sons need instruction on how to guide
the rambunctiousness of boys. Single fathers of daughters may have
trouble relating to the emotional temperaments of their daughters. It is
good to talk regularly about these types of issues. Your minister is a
well-oiled sounding board for you to express your concerns and
So whats a parent to do when you new ministers is a new graduated twit from HWA college? Would a wise parent really go to that person for child rearing tips?
You can read the article here: Tackling The Challenge of Single Parenting