eX-members' of ntcc Blogspot

A safe place for Xers to share their stories and heal.

A place to learn what it's really like in the ntcc founded by Rodger Wilson Davis;
and run by his son-in-law, Michael Craig Kekel,
the father of the one vasectomy-rule-exception kid in ntcc, Grant Davison Kekel.

He Loves A House More Than God: Bonco Mansions of kekel (l) and davis (r)

He Loves A House More Than God:  Bonco Mansions of kekel (l) and davis (r)
"He loves a house more than God:" *Bonco* Mansions of kekel (l) and davis (r). Meanwhile, on the mission field: ntcc Missionaries to the Philippines "Rev. and Sis. Mackert ... found a place, 9 feet by 14 feet [9'x14'] and one bathroom. It is on the 6th floor and there is no elevator. The last place they had stayed, they had to share a common bathroom with the other tenants! Yikes! This place has their very own private bathroom, although the Rev. shared there is no seat on the throne, and no way to attach one…." from The Devonshire Files Sunday, May 28, 2006 Visit from the Mackerts (5/06). ** Should you know where the money ($$$$$) goes? **

Jesus In The Temple

Matt 21:12 And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves, Matt 21:13 And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.
Gal. 4:16 Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth? John 8:32 And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. 1 John 4:6 We are of God: he that knoweth God heareth us; he that is not of God heareth not us. Skip To Blue Letter Bible Search Tool

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Monday, December 17, 2012

Cults For Dummies New Testament Christian Churches of America, Inc. A Cult for Dummies

 For NTCC The By-Line
 Would Have To Be: By
 Rodger Wilson Davis &
 His Son-In-Law Michael
 Craig aka "Mike" Kekel
 Mind Controlled Dummies?
 And Such Were Some Of You 
Choosing a cult can be a very difficult task.  First of all there are many choices; and they all have significant consequences that can affect you for the rest of your life.  Your selection will not only shape your future, but it also will have an enormous effect on those that know and love you.  Becoming a Cult Member is not something you want to jump into without forethought or preparation.  This post goes out to all of those folks that are looking for a cult and are considering making the ntcc their cult home.  We want to share some of the things you might want to consider before making the ntcc your cult of choice. Keep in mind that most people that select a cult do not realize the complexities, sacrifices and long term effects involved in becoming a Cult Member.  For those of you that are considering attending the ntcc, or have visited and feel drawn to return, we hope that the information we are providing will serve to help you make the right decision.  For the purpose of this blog post, we are going to focus on one group; and that is the cult called New Testament Christian Churches of America, Inc.

Since joining a cult usually involves a lifetime commitment that most cult members couldn't possibly grasp at the onset of their "spiritual journey", we would like to help simplify the decision making process by saving you years of sorrow and regret.  If we could give you one sliver of advice that would enhance your future, it would be to stay as far away from the ntcc as you possibly can.  Do not attend this cult.  We do not recommend joining any cult; but if you must join a cult, steer clear of the ntcc.   Of course this solution is too simple; and people often need to learn things the hard way.  That's how it was for most of the eX-members of the ntcc.  So let's get started.

Being a Cult Member of the ntcc is like being in an abusive relationship.  At first it all seems too good to be true.  They love you; they feed you; they make you feel special, wanted and important.  Once you become addicted to this kind of attention, the abuse begins.  Under the guise of being a loving shepherd that is concerned for your eternal well being, a hireling is about to manipulate your life.  In short, you are about to be punked.  You are setting yourself up to become a product of an organization that exists to make a very few select individuals filthy rich.  When you fully commit yourself to the ntcc leadership, you are being manipulated into giving complete access to your personal life to an individual whose main purpose is to exploit you for financial gain that makes the top leaders of ntcc filthy rich.  It's that simple.  They want your money.  They don't care about you, your family, your friends or anything else. Most people don't see or understand what they are getting into when they join the ntcc.

Look for Red Flags!!!!!!

The very best way to distinguish a Christian Church from a cult is to compare it to the gospel of Mathew, Mark, Luke and John which are the written accounts of the life of Jesus.

Red Flag #1 - MONEY GRUBBING - Does the cult revolve around money?  Did Jesus ask for or demand money from His disciples every time they gathered?  Did Jesus ever say that if you love me you will pay your tithes to me?  Did Jesus ever tell his followers that they were God robbers if they didn't give Him 10%?  This is a huge red flag!  The ntcc teaches contrary to the teachings of Christ; that if you do not pay tithes and give in offerings hell will be your home.  In the ntcc money is required in every get-together.  Your money is required; and without it, you cannot and will not be a Christian in the ntcc.  They don't want your abilities, your talent, your friendship or your company unless you first give them your money.  One of the very first requirements and the highest priority of your Christian life is to pay tithes and give in offerings in every ntcc public gathering or assembly.  If you refuse to do this, we guarantee you that you will not be "loved" by that bunch.

Red Flag #2 - DRESS CODE - Does the cult tout standards of dress that seem outlandish or outdated and have little or no biblical basis?  Can you find an account of Jesus telling folks that they must dress a certain way if they want to go to heaven?  Jesus warned people to beware of the Scribes and Pharisees who love to wear long robes, and love to be called Rabbi.  In the ntcc they do the exact same thing.  They love to impose their standards of dress on people and to be called Pastor.  If you are a woman and you went to an ntcc conference in pants with makeup or jewelry, would you be welcome?  If you were a man would you be welcome if you showed up to bible school wearing shorts and a t-shirt, sporting a mustache or a beard?  Now ask yourself if the same people would be turned away by Jesus?  It doesn't take a Genius to figure out that something is wrong in the ntcc.

Red Flag #3 - CONTROLLING RULES - Does the cult make up a bunch of abnormal rules that govern your life but have no biblical significance?  Do they tell you that you have to ask permission to ride in a car with someone else?  Did Jesus ever tell anyone that they had to ask Him permission to ride on a donkey with someone else?  Seem a little ridiculous?  We think so.  Do they tell you whom you can talk to?  Do they tell you whom you can have over for dinner?  Do they tell you whom you can let your children have as guests at their birthday parties?  Do they enforce curfews?  Do they tell you that if you miss one of their meetings that you must not love God or want to be around God's people?  These are huge warnings.  The ntcc leaders who make and enforce these rules claim to be Christians; but did Jesus require any of the people that he loved to behave like this?  To be a Christian is to be Christ-like.  Is it Christ-like to rail on a young woman because she has a bow in her hair, or to tell a woman that she is going to hell for working a job?  Is it Christ-like to condemn someone for going to a different church?  Did Jesus ever tell one group of believers that they couldn't hang around other believers?  Is it Christ-like to tell people whom they can date or whom they can marry?  Is it Christ-like to tell a person that they can't eat french fries with their fingers?  This is a no-brainer folks.  All you need is a little bit of common sense; and you can avoid a whole bunch of heartache.

Red Flag #4 - HYPOCRISY / DOUBLE STANDARDS - Do the cult leaders have a problem with following their own rules?  To make this even more simple let's just ask the question, "Is your cult leader a hypocrite?"  Do they break their own rules?  Do they bind heavy burdens upon folks which they themselves are not willing to move with their fingers?  Do they tell you that you must get permission to talk to a woman but they seem a little over friendly with the female members in their own congregations?  We're saying this because adultery is a huge problem in the ntcc.  Divorce on demand is a huge problem in the ntcc.  They make these rules; because they are the ones that have problems in these areas.  Just look at their history. Did Jesus stop Mary from pouring ointment on his feet and washing them with her tears and drying them with her hair because He was afraid that it would lead to lust and fornication?  If you are righteous you don't live in fear when someone else has a problem.  Does your cult leader spend your tithe money to send his child to a private school and allow him to play football and dress in lascivious football pants when you were required to get a letter from your pastor exempting your child from gym class because the required standard of dress for physical education was considered to be inappropriate apparel for Christians in your cult?  Did Jesus enforce any of this stupid nonsense upon His followers?

Red Flag #5 - CULT COMPOUND - Does your cult have a compound that it operates from?  Is there a locked gate that controls who can and cannot visit the houses inside of the compound?  Is there a Bonco in your cult of choice?  For those that are unfamiliar with the Bonco in the ntcc, it is a gated community that surrounds the mansions of Rodger Wilson Davis  and his son-in-law Michael Craig Kekel.  There are approximately 24 houses in this community; and if you wish to live in one of these houses you will be told who can visit you and who can't.  You will be told which relatives are allowed to visit you and which relatives are not allowed to visit you.  There is a similar community of Butt kissing cult members that surrounds the Bible School cult compound which is right down the street from the Bonco cult compound.  This consists of a bunch of houses and dorms that mostly belong to the organization.  To live in one of those houses or the BS dorms you must follow a bunch of Rules For Fools.  Just sign here.  Don't read the rules.  Don't ask questions.  Just obey us.  Ahem.  Jesus didn't have a place to lay His head.  We don't recall Him having a cult compound with a bunch of rules.

The Servicemen's homes are also mini cult compounds that have very strict rules.  Ask yourself before signing up:

  • What am I getting myself into?
  • Will the Servicemen's home interfere with my military career?  Will I be pressured to terminate my military service to become a lifelong member of this cult?
  • How many of the cult members that were reached in these homes stayed in the military long enough to retire?

There are many red flags that are raised by the ntcc leadership that defy common sense.  We hope that we can get you to think things over a bit before choosing the ntcc as your cult.  We wish that we could have had someone to point out the warning signs to us before we sacrificed our futures to this organization and its abusive leaders.  Having given a large portion of our lives to the ntcc with nothing of any Christian value to show for it, we think that we can simplify the process for anyone who is considering the ntcc as a life decision.  Don't do it.  Don't be a dummy.  Don't be someone else's fool.  Don't be manipulated.  Don't give your hard earned money to a preacher so he can give it to another preacher that lives in a million dollar mansion.  Your pastor has been trained to get your money and give it to his pastor.  That's right.  You are paying to be abused.  You are paying that preacher every Sunday morning and Sunday night, every Tuesday bible study, every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday Church/Cult service to impose a bunch of stupid rules on your life so that someone you might see twice a year [or less, if you are lucky] can live in luxury that you will never be able to afford for yourself or your family.

A normal person will read this and say, "You would have to be a real dummy and a complete moron to join a cult like this".  And that person would be right; and yet hundreds if not thousands of people sign up to be members of the ntcc every year.  Please look at the big picture and steer clear of this cult for your own good.  Don't take our word for it if you don't want to; but read the thousands of online testimonies that have been shared by people that learned the hard way.  It's really not a hard decision.  Keep a sharp lookout for the red flags so that you don't fall into the trap that others have.  Now you have all the information that you need and are no longer a dummy unless you choose to be one.  If you choose to join the ntcc after everything you have read here, then we're afraid you are beyond our help; and you will have to learn the ntcc lesson the hard way as we did, and as did all of the other ntcc dummies that came before you.

Saturday, December 1, 2012

Silly Rabbit, Skits are for Kids

Grown Adults Role Playing in Skits While Souls are "Lost and Dying and Going to Hell"

I wonder if Ole R-Dub attends these skits or if he lays up out of church because he can't stomach them. Perhaps he's accomplished all of his financial goals in the ministry and doesn't care that Kekel is dumping all over him. Taking a good look at this picture, I can't help wondering how so many people could ignore the past and "sell themselves out". This is wholesale compromise and twenty first century flaky flip flopping. Why would anyone subject themselves to so-called "holiness" doctrine and all the stupid rules that are imposed upon ntcc cult members and live contrary to the old teachings that accompanied their high and lofty walk in the clouds of consecration?

Do they not realize how offensive this stuff is to those who once rooted themselves in the uncompromising lifestyle of Davis Doctrine? Many of us were invested in the ntcc and would crawl through broken glass for the so-called 'men of God' if we were asked to. We believed in Davis. We thought he was a "man of God" and that he stood for uncompromising truth and complete dedication to God. The ntcc was founded and nurtured on focused servitude with no tolerance for childish behavior. Children were not even encouraged to waste time with skits and theatrics. Even in "compromising" churches skits are for Kids.

1 Cor 13:11 "When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: But when I became a man, I put away childish things."

In this "Where's Waldo?" picture we find some very disturbing things. Becky Ankenbauer looks like she is wearing a wig with a bow in her hair. I remember the young lady who was singled out in bible school by a scowling Davis and publicly blasted for having a bow in her hair. Another guy has dollar bill signs painted on his face, and a big money bag next to him, probably oblivious to the fact that the ntcc has been the cause of so much poverty and oppression in its cult members' lives. I bet Mike and Tanya Kekel are getting a big laugh out of that one. There is a gangster wearing a headband, sunglasses and a gold chain necklace. I think it was less than two years ago that ntcc photo shopped the puka shell necklace out of the Reed's photo, to maintain the appearance of holiness and righteous living. Gesang is sitting there with a smug dorky look on his face like he orchestrated this whole masquerade.

I can't tell if this was a Halloween play or what it was. When ntcc people dress up in costumes it looks like they are wearing costumes over costumes. You got the kooky look going on from the get go; and then you put on costumes of regular looking people over that. It's really enough to make you vomit. I think ntcc folks could make a really good zombie movie if they were so inclined. Maybe they could have some kind of spiritual message incorporated in it to detract from the goriness.

The sad thing about all of this phoniness is that no matter how much the ntcc 'changes', they will never lose their cult status; because all of their leaders are egotistical narcissists. They might abandon their standards and change like Chameleons to adapt to the church world around them, but the financial tentacles of the ntcc cult leaders will strangle the life out of its victims, while making them miserable until they wise up and escape.

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