Reviews of cult run Restaurants

Source:  Itinerant Daughter’s Blog September 21, 2016 We’re pleased to present our first episode in “Mouthwashed!,” a series of reviews of cult-run restaurants. This week, the Spiritually Adventurous Eater visits the Yellow Deli in Rutland, Vermont, run by a group known as the Twelve Tribes. This week, the Spiritually Adventurous Eater visits the Yellow Deli…

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Exposing the false gospel of Twelve Tribes (video-2015)

From Christian group in Louisville, Kentucky: Published on Jul 22, 2015 We encountered several deceived young men during our ForeCastle Festival Outreach. They tried desperately to convince us that the gospel was sharing one bank account and living in a community. The Twelve Tribes cult – like all other false religions- hold to a…

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Is the Twelve Tribes a Cult?

Source: Goodmanson blog There are many ‘anti-cult’ sites (Rick Ross Twelve Tribes resources, Twelve Tribes-EX) that attack the Twelve Tribes for being a cult. Their claims often attack positions the Twelve Tribes takes on discipline, lifestyle and Biblical authority. I’ve had a couple people request feedback from my stay at the Twelve Tribes commune in…

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Cultic Groups Stalk Harvest Crusade Attendees

Source: Contact: Amanda Huffman, Rose Publishing, 253-266-1025, TORRANCE, Calif., Aug. 4 /Christian Newswire/ – When Lynn’s son Bryce went to the annual Harvest Crusade, a Christian music and evangelism event, she had no way of knowing he would be lured into a cultic group known as the Twelve Tribes. Before she knew it, Bryce abandoned his…

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The Twelve Tribes Model

Source: Defeating the beast The closest to living like the early church in the book of Acts is the Twelve Tribes. I’ve lived and worked with them on two occasions – for a month and a half on each occasion – and believe them to be serious believers blessed with God’s Holy Spirit. They’re working…

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How Playing Good Christian Housewife Almost Killed Me

Source: 2014 Our Christian sect encouraged a mindset in which dad was supreme patriarch. It led to extreme emotional abuse. By Vyckie Garrison / AlterNet September 18, 2014 Vyckie Garrison was once a minor celebrity in the Quiverfull Movement, made famous by TV’s Duggar family. As a devout, Bible-believing Christian and the mother of…

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