”…through covetousness shall they with feigned words make merchandise of you: whose judgment now of a long time lingereth not, and their damnation slumbereth not.” (2 Peter 2:3)
At this End of the Age, Sundquist proves that Satan is ‘making merchandise of men’s souls’ in three distinct areas: 1) Modern Psychotherapy vs Scripture – Occult and New Age authors boldly brag that the human founding fathers of Psychotherapy and Psychology received their understandings from Familiar Spirits! Yet, today even ‘christian’ churches are using Psychotherapy to screen pastors and missionaries; 2) Some pastors today are taking control over churches, over church bank accounts, and then selling the land and the church! 3) Global Conspiracy to divide the land of Israel for monetary and political gain! Sundquist reveals that this plan was conceived over 100 years ago, and brings down God’s special judgement in Joel 3.
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In light of the scandal at Penn State, we see that silence is not golden!
A victim of abuse by a pastor in Utah at a Purpose-Driven Church has now come forward after several years of silence. We hope and pray that this will be a wake-up call to other PDC victims and bring the Balm of Gilead to a host of other victims who have been assaulted, mocked, and their churches destroyed!
TESTIMONY OF ABUSE BY PURPOSE-DRIVEN PREDATOR PASTOR TOM MERTZ, THE SPRINGS CHURCH, ST. GEORGE, UTAH
“In 2005, we were attending Desert Springs Baptist Church in St.
George, Utah. (It’s now called “The Springs Church”) It was a
new work in St. George and was supported by the Open Door
Baptist Mission Board at the time.
Tom Mertz was the senior pastor and my husband was ordained
and became the associate pastor.
It was in the year 2005, that Tom Mertz went to Saddleback
Church for training on church growth. He came back and
immediately made an announcement that everything was
changing. He brought a coffin into the service and announced that
the “Old Tom is dead” and the “New Tom is alive”. I thought than
when we become born-again that we are “new creatures in Christ?”
(2 Cor. 5:17) Read more…