Wednesday, September 23, 2015

The HQ for the "War on Jesus" is moving locations in the little City of Lake Worth

Now everything is starting to make sense. pastor (lower case intended) Olive of the 'Common Ground' (no 's') church is still fully engaged in the "War on Jesus" in Lake Worth. He's had plenty of opportunities to clarify his nonsensical ramblings but he's passed on every chance. So the 'War on Jesus' continues with him and his silly band of followers.

Here is a letter pastor Olive sent to an official here in the City:
Blacked out letter recipients name; if you want to contact the 'church' you can find that information easy enough on your own.
Here is a handout being passed out (no pun intended) in the community:
The 'Common Ground' church is now a "Recovery Church" having a church service in a bar. What kind of message does that send to the community? Especially to those in the recovery community? More on that later. Why is pastor Olive moving his flock? Here's why:
Here are three comforting images from the 'Common Ground' church:
pastor Olive's brief dance with fame on the national stage trashing our City. Fortunately, no other network in the country took the bait.
There was never a "War On Religion" in Lake Worth. The pastor never needed a "License To Pray". It was all a big joke.
"Man is at war with God"? Another comforting message from the 'Common Ground' church.

2 comments:

God Bless Lake Worth said...

The Pope's visit to America is a blessed event. He brings the humbleness and humility that religion and faith is supposed to be about. The humble work in our religious community in LW is evident in the good work happening all around us all the time without people standing on soap boxes trying to sell themselves and say look what I did. Mr. Olive is a self-promoting carpetbagger of the worst sort. Not only is he damaging the good that is done in the recovery community every day but he's chipping away at the trust or the perceived lack of trust there is in religion to solve today's problems. He's selling religion like an onion slicer gets sold on QVC. Salvation in his way of thinking is luring the unsuspecting in with bubblegum and promising better bubblegum if they hang around a while and say some prayers. That is not what faith in God and Jesus is about. The good that can come from this is the people recognizing what is happening and seeking out the true faith community instead of falling for the bubblegum and the hype. God bless Lake Worth and let's pray Mr. Olive is a distant memory this time next year.

Anonymous said...

A Pastor and a drug addict walk into a bar and the bartender says...