Re: The Living Word Fellowship, The Walk, John Robert Stevens
Date: July 18, 2018 11:17PM
> Wow. It's incredibly telling of Shiloh's ulterior
> motives that they want homeschooling space at
> their facility only to turn around and treat those
> kids as hired help. It's likely that they justify
> the homeschooling space by saying the surrounding
> school districts are a bad influence on their
> kids. That said, they have no problem interrupting
> actual education for the "greater good" of
> cleaning dorms before Summer Camp or any other
> busywork that they deem pressing.
> Shiloh going the homeschooling route is a clear
> next step in Gary's master plan for the facility.
> That master plan leaves out his intent: Trap them
> young, cut off their experience with the outside
> world, stop their education, and put them to work.
> Depriving these kids of a normal grade school and
> secondary school experience is a sure way to get
> them to attend Shiloh University. By then they
> won't know anything else but Shiloh. The church
> will be 100% of their social life and their only
> outlet by age 18. Tragic, I had hoped TLW was
> cooling off but I think we are finding the
> opposite is true.
I am a product of the Kingdom school system. Not sure when they went to "home school" as a model but from 1972 to 1983 I attended in Shiloh and DC.
What a mess. I remember hiding under blankets (presumably from the neighbors) in the back of a station wagon while they pulled in and closed the door behind us. Living at the farm house (now the front page photo of Marilyn Farms website) bailing hay, feeding cattle, planting corn, artificial insemination, you name it, the work didn't stop. SO....asking today's victims to work isn't new at all.