> Yes, I do have FM status in the Family
> Missionary Fellowship.
Why don't you call it like it is? You have FM status in the Family, a.k.a. Family of Love, a.k.a. Children of God.
> As another matter of record, mention of the
> Family Missionary Fellowship as an integral
> part of my missionary training has been
> stated by me in several prominent
> interviews, including NEWSWEEK, Feb. 7th,
> 2001 (regional East Asian edition).
Why didn't you set the record straight for Newsweek that you are part of the Family? All that bragging about managing to get an interview with Newsweek says nothing except you are adept at hiding your true affiliations. Lots of folks get magazine interviews, but they're not liars like you.
> mentioned it in a long interview that was
> published with one of the primary English
> dailies here several years ago.
> I think that pretty much speaks for itself,
> doesn't it?
No, I'd say it speaks for itself if you metnion you are in the Family, once known as the Family of Love, once known as the Children of God.
> That being said, in my descripton of myself
> as an independent tentmaker missionary, how
> else would you describe someone who has been
> alone in a country with his family unaided
> for 6 years to build a work? If you don't
> think that's independent, you've got another
> think coming'
Geographical locations alone do not determine independance. Unaided is debatable. Did you ever get any gifts from or through FCF? Did you receive any advice or directives through Family leadership?
> OK, to sum up, I'm FM and proud to be so.
> I'm doing my best to change the world in a
> place that no one I know of has taken an
> interest. Wanna help? I welcome contact with
Yes I wanna help. First of all, I can point you to agencies and people who are actively working in that area as NGOs. You make it sound like the Family was the only way you could get into N. Korea. Not true. That's just propoganda.
> "If this thing is not of God, it
> will come to naught. If it is of God, no man
> can stand against it." and if I'm not
> mistaken, the passage goes on to say,
> "Beware lest you be found to fight
> against God."
I hate the rehashing of such mindless propoganda. Even the Devil is going to have his way for aquite a while too.
If this work were so much of God, why are so many people exiting with horror stories?