You Will Not Be Held Accountable

This is how not being held accountable at Calvary works – if there is sin in the leadership (or they make a wrong decision for your family), just be silent about it. You are told that you will NOT be held accountable before God. Here at Calvary Temple, that is what we are taught.

But God says something different. James 4:17 says, “So whoever knows the right thing to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin.” Matthew 12:36 says, I tell you, on the day of judgment people will give account for every careless word they speak, for by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned.”

We will not have the luxury of pleading the fifth. We cannot shift the blame, like Adam of long ago, and say, “Pastor Scott made me do it”.

(For other Scripture references refuting this tactic see Proverbs 19:25, Job 13:10, Ephesians 5:11, 2 Timothy 4:2-3)

Commit to Faithful Men Tactic

Commit to faithful men (i.e. survival of the fittest) is our pastor’s motto. In every way, physically, mentally, he wants the best; at least in the school. Now he does not do much with the adults; it would be too obvious if he attacked all of us ugly, weak, unpleasant adults. But the school on the other hand, is full of women and children who are easy to intimidate, manipulate, and terrorize into compliance.

Pastor’s goal is to have a school full of the brightest, most talented, best looking, and obedient kids. This is to lure more parents into thinking our school at Calvary is a mecca for raising Godly kids, but it is a trap designed to build the image of Calvary Temple in the surrounding world.

The Bible talks about what a Christian’s testimony should look like to the world in 2 Corinthians 1:12, which says, “For our boast is this, the testimony of our conscience, that we behaved in the world with simplicity and godly sincerity, not by earthly wisdom but by the grace of God, and supremely so toward you.”

(For other Scripture references refuting this tactic see Hebrews 11:37, 1 Corinthians 3:19-21, 1 Corinthians 1:25-29)

Leading the Children Astray Tactic #1

Calvary Temple knows how to get to your family, and one way they do this is through the children. Let’s say, hypothetically of course, that there was a meeting between the pastors and your children to which neither you nor the teachers were invited. This meeting was a lesson with the purpose of instructing your child how to “escape” from you if you ever decided to leave Calvary Temple. They told your kids that the last days were upon them and in those times you may be led astray and try to take them away from Calvary Temple. They used this as a way to establish a “way of escape” and encourage each student to have someone to call and a place to go. So if you ever do decide to leave Calvary Temple make sure to take your children’s phones away; because within a short time of the news spreading of your departure the phones will be blowing up with messages saying how you are leading your family to hell and giving your children a place to run away to. The messages will be very convincing, so much so that you would shudder if you ever saw them. Like the pastors have done to your children, make your own escape plan on the off chance that you do find out just how much and how often you are lied to. Do not give your children an option, immediately take them away from the influence of Calvary Temple and then work on helping them through the transition.

The Bible talks about the person who conducts things in secret and stays far away from the light. John 3:20 says, “For everyone who does wicked things hates the light and does not come to the light, lest his works should be exposed.” The pastors at Calvary Temple are clearly working in the dark and keeping things from being exposed to the light. If they were completely open and had the intentions of conducting their business in the light you would have been invited to that meeting, not just your children.

(For other Scripture references refuting this tactic see Job 24:13, Romans 13:12, and Ephesians 5:13)

Defamation of Women Tactic

A word for the ladies, watch your step at our church. Many fine women have been destroyed by our pastors.  You may wonder how to avoid being defamed by Calvary Temple, well…

#1 Don’t be too Godly! They like simple-minded suck-ups. Hang out with Greer and Kimberly, be their lackeys, praise them, and frequently ask their advice.

#2 Don’t be emotional; because if you are, they will recommend via your deacon/deacon’s wife that you go on anti-depressants. Pastor Scott likes happy wives/women/girls. (Keep in mind, drugs are a black mark in the eyes of social services if you ever have to go for custody of your children). Be happy and make everyone at church believe you are content!

#3 If your father-in-law is rich, he may have you sign a legal document (pre-nuptial) saying if you leave “God”, i.e. Calvary Temple church, you forfeit any of your husband’s assets since your marriage. So you should definitely sign it in order appease the pastors and your husband, but if you would like to refrain from signing away the assets that are rightfully yours, don’t sign it.

#4 Don’t let your husband pay the bills without checking up on him. He can quietly stop paying the ones in your name and destroy or greatly hurt your credit before you find out and the damage is done.

#5 Be careful that your husband doesn’t empty your bank account. If he kicks you out of the house for rebellion (like lots of ladies before you), go to the bank immediately and get your money. He will be told to take it all in order to “break you” and “send you to the “pigpen”. All in God’s name of course!

Just a word to the wise women in our church who think it could never happen to them…yes it can.

Scripture is quite clear on how a husband should treat his wife. Ephesians 5:25 says, “Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her.” It is pretty easy to assume that destroying your wife’s credit or signing away her marital assets is not something that Christ would do.

(For other Scripture references refuting this tactic see Ephesians 5:2, Ephesians 5:28, and 1 Peter 3:7)

Defamation of Character Tactic

How is it that almost every person who leaves Calvary Temple is either in rebellion, deceived, or cast away? If this is true than how can anyone be truly saved without the teachings of Pastor Scott? Thanks to pulpit “damage control” and “unofficial” leaks you find out that someone who was part of the body of Christ and a dear friend 24 hours ago is now to be avoided at all costs. The tactic presented here is clear and simple: it is defamation of character. When someone leaves the church there is quite often a good reason, but the pastors don’t want truth to be known.

This cannot be spelled out any clearer in the Scriptures; it is completely unjustified to defame a brother or sister in Christ. James 4:11 says, “Do not speak evil against one another, brothers. The one who speaks against a brother or judges his brother, speaks evil against the law and judges the law. But if you judge the law, you are not a doer of the law but a judge.” According to the Online Dictionary, defamation of character is “the action of damaging the good reputation of someone; slander or libel, and induces disparaging, hostile, or disagreeable feelings against an individual.”

(For other Scripture references refuting this tactic see 2 Corinthians 12:20 and 1 Peter 2:1)

Intimidation Tactic #1

How would you feel if you went to your deacon and shared something in what you thought was a valid conversation only to later hear it being mocked from the pulpit? You can barely pay attention to the sermon because your mind is running rampant wondering why on earth Pastor Scott would be attacking what you said. The answer is intimidation. This is a tactic used quite often at Calvary Temple and its goal is to take a person who is of good reputation and demean the individual to make them question themselves.

The only person in the congregation who knows it is an attack is the individual who is being mocked since names are rarely mentioned. A Scripture that comes to mind regarding this tactic used by Calvary Temple is 2 Corinthians 1:24 which says, “Not that we lord it over your faith, but we work with you for your joy, for you stand firm in your faith.” If Paul wasn’t able to justify lording over “lesser believers”, in the same way Pastor Scott has no reason to tear apart questions and concerns that those in the congregation have.

(For other Scripture references refuting this tactic see 1 Peter 5:3, 2 Corinthians 4:5, and Matthew 23:8-10)

Ephesians 5:8-13

For you were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Live as children of light (for the fruit of the light consists in all goodness,righteousness and truth) and find out what pleases the Lord. Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them. It is shameful even to mention what the disobedient do in secret. But everything exposed by the light becomes visible—and everything that is illuminated becomes a light.