Ouch… are there people out there who really believe this, walking on this earth, roaming the streets in our neighborhoods and carrying such sexist messages? Seriously…
“Women are not a channel to God”, states Jack Schaap (Pastor of First Baptist Church- Hammond, Indiana). Very dogmatically, pounding his fist to the podium, in this very controversial video (below), the Pastor professes with prideful conviction, “This is the message of the Lord.” My goodness, this is a daunting find. People like Schaap are freely living in our communities and churches, locally and globally, preaching such extreme believes and affecting our future, children and our youth population.
Watch the video below– Unbelievable!
I can’t help it. When I listened to Schaap I see gigantic crosses, men robed in white with their faces covered in hooded righteousness. This man is putting down over 50% of the human population and all for the devotion to Jesus Christ, Their Savior? It’s upsword, offensive and downright ridiculous. The scariest part?
People listen to him! Lot’s and lot’s of very young people…
Can I be so optimistic and hope that Schaap is merely disfunctional entertainment for this young and impressionable crowd? Unfortunately, he does have quit a following of worshiper’s. This is the scary reality and fact…
The range of outreach Schaap has created is very alarming, targeting very young people who are trying to find their way in a troubled world, forced to believe, because of fear, and buying into Schaap’s sermons. It is shocking, or perhaps not so shocking, the startling statistics to whom Schaap has “saved” from going to hell in the last five years?
“Dr. Schaap superintends more than 3000 Christian young people in five different church-operated, private Christian schools. He is the chancellor of Hyles-Anderson College, a private Bible college operated by the First Baptist Church for the purpose of training preachers, missionaries, and Christian educators. He oversees the operations of FBMI (Fundamental Baptist Missions International), which currently has 56 missionaries on the field and 43 on deputation, representing 52 countries altogether.
Since the inception of a Faith Promise Giving Program, the church has seen its missions giving rise from $85,000 to $1.2 million. A few years ago, the first mission team was sent from the First Baptist Church to an oppressive country. As of June 2008, this team has seen 4,104 people trust Jesus Christ as their Saviour with 470 of them following in believer’s baptism. A second mission team was sent to Ghana, West Africa, in November of 2006. The team is averaging 976 in Sunday School each week at the First Baptist Church of Kumasi and has seen 56,337 people saved and 2,469 baptized. Hyles-Anderson College of West Africa was founded there in January of 2008.”–
More Global Impressions of Jack Schaap’s Worship to the World:
A few years ago, the first mission team was sent from the First Baptist Church to an oppressive country. As of September 2011, this team has seen 18 churches planted, with 10,394 trusting Jesus Christ as their Saviour and 1,167 of them following in believer’s baptism. A second mission team, Team Ghana, was sent to Ghana, West Africa, in November of 2006. This team has seen 17 churches planted, with 467,596 people saved and 7,265 baptized. Hyles-Anderson College of West Africa was founded there in January of 2008. The college has graduated 38 students. In May of 2008, a third mission team, Team Thailand, was sent to Bangkok, Thailand. Since their arrival they have planted two churches, with 29,169 people saved and 1,593 baptized. In June of 2010, a fourthmission team, Team Indo-Philippines, went to the Philippines. So far they have planted the International Baptist Church with the International Baptist Bible Institute and seen 7,098 saved and 203 baptized. In October 2011 a fifth team is leaving to serve in a restricted Asian country. Some of this team will continue on deputation to leave for the field at a later date. This team will be starting a Bible college and training national pastors to multiply churches. A sixth mission team, Team Peru, is currently on deputation in preparation to go to Lima, Peru. A seventh team is currently preparing to serve in a Muslim country.”– JackSchaap.com
Overall, Schaap (married with two grown children) has had direct leadership over 1 Million people, globally, spanning 52 countries. His message has a universal impact that may not serve the greater good for many walks of life, especially alternative lifestyles. A small understatement, indeed. This is why I find it vitally necessary to explore Beyond All Religion… More facts on Pastor Jack Schaap’s Missionary Outreach below;
More Clips on Jack Schaap click here
Biography of Pastor Jack Schaap click here