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Spending Time with the Lord by Bill Freeman
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Spending Time with the Lord

by Bill Freeman

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Should we spend time with the Lord or with the Freemans?

This author and his wife have not been forthright or honest with their congregation and supporters for several decades. They've manipulated their church congregation to wantonly destroy people and marriages in order to generate their own selfish financial cash flow. They claim to love God, but the Freemans have never been known donate money to the homeless or financially needy in their community. They have never been known to lend support to other ministries. This author has even written another book entitled "The Church is Christ." Dozens of Christian believers that have been damaged and eventually put out of the Freeman's "church" at Patsy's insistence have left and returned home to healthy and loving churches. But, each time another follower is put out of their "church (excommunicated)," this author and his wife spread evil rumors and misinformation to discourage their remaining congregation from talking to these departing individuals. Included in this misinformation is their false claim that since the "church is Christ," anyone leaving their "church" is leaving Christ. This is completely absurd. In other disciplines this would be considered fraud.

That being said, I cannot recommend this or any books by this author. Bill Freeman’s identity is most precisely defined by what he and his wife have done to damage their congregations. Nothing positive has come from reading any of his books or becoming involved in his “church” congregation. ( )
  SimonPeter | Nov 29, 2010 |
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