New Guests Speak

September 27, 2017: I realize that calling someone a ‘liar’ is a very serious accusation. After all, how many of us have not lied - even a 'little white one'. Be honest. However, the majority of us do not call ourselves ‘pastor’, ‘shepherd’, ‘minister of the Gospel, ‘apostle’, ‘prophet’…you get the idea. No, when a … Continue reading New Guests Speak

Judgement Tactic (5/9/2014)

Tactics writes, “The nasty consequences of our church’s “judgments” are demonstrated in all those Christians who have been labeled guilty of something, unstated and inferred. Resulting in cases where innocent families are pulled apart simply on the caprice of a pastor who doesn’t know to stop.” (Judgement Tactic) Not a lot to go on, really, … Continue reading Judgement Tactic (5/9/2014)

Behold How We Love One Another (5/9/2014)

In this May 9, 2014, post Tactics writes: “We are taught to express in practical and outward ways our love for each other. It looks impressive and frankly, it is designed to. However, it will be gone in an hour. Every bit of it. If our pastor says so. No more greetings, smiles, hugs, phone … Continue reading Behold How We Love One Another (5/9/2014)


This is a Public Service Announcement (PSA): On September 11, 2017 at 5:50 PM, the nonprofit group Families Against Cult Teachings and Abuses, Inc. announced on their Facebook page that complaints have been filed against 'Calvary Temple Church'. The organization is looking into the complaints and are encouraging anyone with information to submit a 'Cult … Continue reading COMPLAINTS FILED AGAINST ‘Calvary Temple Church’

The Emperor’s New Clothes Tactic (4/19/2014)

As a child I loved reading the fables and fairy tales of Hans Christian Anderson. The Ugly Duckling, Thumbelina, and The Snow Queen were among my favorites. I am not sure if the younger folk out there reading this are familiar with this fable, The Emporer's New Clothes, or not. You don’t have the miles … Continue reading The Emperor’s New Clothes Tactic (4/19/2014)

The Elitism of Calvary Temple (3/06/2014)

This is probably one of the lengthier posts that you’ll ever get from Tactics. As we continue on, you’ll notice that Tactics’ style changes - less is more, I guess. Sentences turn to short, choppy prose filled with meaning, both hidden and suggestive. But, let’s deal with this post concerning the subject of Elitism in … Continue reading The Elitism of Calvary Temple (3/06/2014)