Sunday, March 23, 2014


Daniel 12:3:
King James Bible
And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; 
and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever.
Phillipians 2:15:
King James Bible
That ye may be blameless and harmless, the sons of God, without rebuke, 
in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation, 
among whom ye shine as lights in the world;
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"Who knew a budding relationship and burgeoning career would intersect in February of 2000 when Akers – then merely a kickoff specialist hanging on with the Eagles – on the advice of his wife, strolled into the Shaolin Kempo Jiu-Jitsu Academy near his Louisville home?"

MARCH 27, 2014
"Come hear David Akers tell his story of going from substitute teacher to six-time all pro NFL kicker and the all-time leading scorer in Philadelphia Eagles history. Hear the lessons learned and the great moments of a life in football, all rooted in a genuine growing faith in God."
Your church can book him to speak through his "talent agency" here at:
"Elite Talent Agency":; bio republished from Akers "ministry" website:


Hard working. Perseverance. Strive for Perfection. Winning In Spite Of…
There are many people who would like to see those qualities in themselves. Just a small percentage can claim those traits. Even fewer can manage to achieve those goals under the pressure of being a public figure. David Akers is one of those incredibly rare people who personifies those qualities under the intense scrutiny of playing in the National Football League.
The hard work and perseverance paid off when David was cut three times before defining his career with the Philadelphia Eagles. Being served walking papers in Atlanta, Carolina and Washington, intertwined with jobs as a substitute teacher and waiter, provided David with an early dose of reality. Those early hardships formed the foundation of this truly humble man.

Given what could have been his last chance at an NFL career, David joined the Philadelphia Eagles in 1999 and was asked to play in Berlin for an NFL Europe team. By that season’s end he was in a hospital bed for one week with food poisoning and almost didn’t make it back in time for Eagles training camp. After losing 30 pounds, however, David recovered in time to earn a job with his strong left leg. Twelve seasons later - four times the length of an average NFL career - David played in more games in an Eagles uniform than anyone ever (188) and became the franchises all-time leading scorer (1,323). He was named to the Eagles 75th Anniversary All-Time Team, was voted as the kicker on the NFL 200’s All-Decade Team, and set the NFL mark for points in a decade (1,169 from 2000-2009).
After leaving the Eagles, David played two seasons in San Francisco and rewrote the NFL record book during that brief time. In 2011, he set an NFL record for points (without a TD) with 166, field goals in a season (44), and 4+ FG games (6). On September 9, 2012, at Green Bay, he tied the NFL record connecting on a 63-yard FG.
Now with the Detroit Lions, the six-time Pro Bowler has set the bar high for his new team. In 14 NFL season, his club has reached the playoffs ten times, played in seven NFC Championship games and two Super Bowls. Once the regular season ends David keeps on kicking. He owns the NFL playoff record with 19 consecutive FGMs and holds nearly every Pro Bowl kicking record: Most points (57), Longest FG (53), and Most appearances (6; second behind Morten Andersen).
But his NFL career only tells you about part of the man. David Akers is known for more than just having nice legs! He is as tireless in the community as he is on the field - and a champion there as well.
Early in his career, the Fall of 2001 in fact, David launched David Akers’ Kicks for Kids with the mission to provide Greater Philadelphia/Delaware Valley children with opportunities to pursue their dreams. The Foundation provides interactive programs and events designed to directly benefit children facing serious challenges in their lives whether due to mental or physical challenges or the environment in which they live.

Many of the programs help kids and their families enjoy what might be a brief respite away from the stress brought on by illness or other tragedy. Two such programs are Field of Dreams and David’s Locker.
The Field of Dreams program is for a child and his/her family who has gone through a difficult physical and/or emotional time in their life. Taken by limo to and from an Eagles game, each child receives Eagles gear and gets to go on field pregame to meet a player. In his absence, David maintained the program through ex-teammates and was able to expand this program to San Francisco thru the 49ers Foundation where he sent families from Ronald McDonald House in Stanford to 49ers’ home games. 
Each year, more and more families are in need of the David’s Locker Program. Many families are overwhelmed by the financial hardship that a chronic or life threatening illness of a child brings. Many have to make choices between buying medicine or medical supplies or pay bills and buy food. David’s Locker provides assistance to these families. Since 2001 Kicks for Kids has been able to donate nearly $1,000,000 to The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Programs (CHOP).
Most important to David is that his Foundation is a hands-on affair. While in Philadelphia, he went to CHOP every week and visited patients to try to make their time a little more pleasant and less stressful.
Kicks for Kids has been able to provide 100 families each year a complete turkey dinner during the Thanksgiving Holiday through its Turkey Run program and provides a full Christmas Celebration to families who otherwise would not be able to enjoy the Christmas season.
David’s faith has become increasingly stronger. Once only guided by Christ, David is still guided but now also leads. A licensed Reverend, he has performed baptisms and a wedding ceremony, and has given Christian messages to audiences both large and small. As a professional athlete, he remains a very active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and performed pregame team prayers and chapels for the 49ers. David also speaks frequently at churches, men’s groups and high schools on being a man of character and faith.
In recent years, David has hosted and completely funded two Christian Outreaches through concerts in New Jersey for young people and their families by bringing in performers like Toby Mac, Brandon Heath, Jeremy Camp and Franchesca Battistelli. He felt as though there was a need in the community for a positive event that the whole family could enjoy together.
For 10 seasons, David co-hosted a Monday night radio from a remote location before a live audience for WXTU-FM. He also served as spokesperson for Lincoln Financial, BMW of Devon Hill Pennsylvania and Jefferson Hospital Heart Health Program and entertains as an effective corporate speaker.
He currently resides in Medford, NJ, with his wife, Erika, and three children - sons, Luke and Sawyer, and daughter, Halley.
“David Akers recently spoke at our Multi-unit Franchising Conference to a crowd of 1200 business owners. He wowed the crowd. David is engaging, relevant and inspirational. He is a humanitarian who’s approach challenges the conventional wisdom around people development and ties it all to the power of giving. As a recognized NFL Player for—years and with his real world experiences playing to win, he gets the power of teamwork. He talks common sense. Listen to him and your people and then your business (or non-profit org) will improve.”
Therese Thilgen
CEO of Franchise Media Group
San Jose, CA
“Lincoln Financial partnered with David Akers to speak at a series of due diligence meetings that were held for a diverse audience of financial advisors.  David was able to correlate his football experiences to the challenges that advisors face and did so through a powerful and motivating message. Our advisors also enjoyed the “meet and greet” David did afterwards with our guests as it provided them with a chance to talk about football and ask direct questions about his motivational message.”
Dave Wozniak
Head of Advertising & Sponsorships
Lincoln Financial Group

“Yes, David Akers can kick a football.  He’s one of the best in history, actually.  But there’s more to Akers than you’ll ever see on any given sunday.  He’s a pillar in his community, an elder in his church, an involved father, and a loyal friend.  He’s been through his share of high’s and lows, which as a sports hero gives him the unique ability to relate to just about anybody.  And he’s never too proud to talk about those challenges in life, in fact he’s pretty good at it.  Akers has taken some of the most taxing times in his life with stride, and used them as positives.  And we’re not just talking about a few lost games here and there, but family illness, financial loss, and reoccurring injuries.  This is the stuff that builds real heroes, and David Akers is one of those guys.  He’s a team leader, simply because he’s a servant to his teammates.  Often leading his team in prayer, he’s a great communicator with great conviction.  It takes precision and practice to get that ball through the up-rights.  Much in the same way, he puts a lot of thought and energy into delivering a message.  He’s got instant credibility because of his vulnerability.  He’s a Kentucky boy who’s come a long way, and there’s plenty of stories from the journey. “
Brandon Heath
I highly recommend David Akers as a speaker. I have had the opportunity to hear him in several different venues. Whether he is speaking to students at a youth conference or college campus, or inspiring fathers on a Father’s Day church service, Dave’s relationship with Christ comes through. He clearly communicates his faith in Christ and takes his life experiences showing how faith in God has helped him through the ups and downs.
David is pleasant to the ears when he speaks, and very relevant to teenagers and adults alike. His solid testimony will be an asset to any event you would have him in for.
Fabian Kalapuch 
New Jersey District Youth Pastor for The Assemblies of God
"Akers and his wife, Erika, reside in Medford, New Jersey, with their sons Luke and Sawyer, and daughter Halley. In 2001, the Akers family formed the David Akers Kicks for Kids Foundation, which has established programs with the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to benefit sick children and their families. He also regularly trains in martial arts such as jiu-jitsu and Shaolin Kempo."
"During the offseason, David trains in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Shaolin Kempo under the guidance of Allan Manganello at the Shaolin Kempo Jiu-Jitsu Academy in Louisville and at Maxercise in Philadelphia. "The martial arts influence is the part where you don't think about the kick. You've trained yourself so much to where you go and just do it."
An avid fan of NASCAR, Akers regularly participates in sim-racing on his computer against the likes of professional drivers Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Denny Hamlin, and Martin Truex, Jr. "
The Shack (HERESY); and One Month To Live.
Here's what William Paul Young, author of the "Shack" has to say; quote from David Cloud's "Way of Life" website at
"More recently, William Young, author of the very popular book The Shack, says that “the God who “watches from a distance and judges sin” is “a Christianized version of Zeus.”"

See many other articles about the Shack from Way of Life:

Gary Gilley reviewed the Shack here:
EXCERPT: "The Shack, while occasionally getting things right is, in the end, a dangerous piece of fiction. It undermines Scripture and the church, presents at best a mutilated gospel, misrepresents the biblical teachings concerning the Godhead and offers a New Age understanding of God and the universe. This is not a great novel to explain tragedy and pain. It is a misleading work which will confuse many and lead others astray.
FOOTNOTE: God IN everything is known as panentheism—an Eastern belief akin to pantheism which teaches that God IS everything. In reality there is very little difference between the two."
Articles from about the Shack:


"The following is a partial transcript of Paul Young’s startling admission to Pastor Kendall Adams on KAYP Radio:
Kendall Adams: “I, I take it that you wouldn’t, you wouldn’t agree that the cross was a place of punishment for our sin.”
Young: “No. I don’t, I am not a penal substitution … reformation … point of view.”
Adams: “But isn’t that the heart of the gospel? Is that the heart of the gospel?”
Young: “No! Ha, no.” … I’m not saying that I don’t agree with some sense of substitutionary atonement.”
Adams: “But you disagree…”
Young: “But it’s way broader (muffled) than that.”
Adams: “But if you reject a penal substitution that Christ died as a penalty for our sins, it seems like that is the, that is the Christian faith.”
Young: “I don’t know if you’re aware, but that’s a huge debate that’s going on in theology right now within the evangelical community.”" 





David Akers Credits the Bible 

Via Tim LaHaye's "Left Behind" Series 

As a "Self Help Aid" in This Interview 

by Which He Claims God Has Helped Him 

With His Career; But There Is No Mention 

of His Life As a Sinner; No Mention of 

Repentance, Salvation, the Gospel, the Atoning 

Blood of Christ's Sacrifice, Christ's Resurrection, 

and/or Evidence/Witness of a Transformed Life:

Uploaded on Oct 27, 2009 on YouTube:
David Akers, Kicker for the Philadelphia Eagles, discusses his Faith and the role of the Bible in his life.

David Akers Testimony (Sort Of?); 

Without Any Mention of Jesus Christ:

Influenced by Francis Chan;
"When he was in San Francisco, he met pastor Francis Chan, a minister who will sometimes take to the streets of the city to preach what he believes. When Akers met him, he decided he needed to go along with him. 
To learn what he knew. To see what he saw. 
“It’s called City Impact,” Akers said. “That blew my mind, doing street ministry in the Tenderlion District of San Francisco. 
“Where you’re walking by people with full-blown AIDS and preaching the gospel to them a little bit. So, that aspect.” "

David Akers visits San Francisco City Impact;

No Mention Here of Jesus Christ and/or the Gospel 
to These Schoolchildren:

Published on Oct 16, 2013

EXCERPT: "San Francisco 49ers K. David Akers told a federal grand jury in Austin on Tuesday that he lost $3.7 million in a Ponzi scheme. Akers, 36, who spent his entire career with the Philadelphia Eagles before he signed with the 49ers this summer, invested millions in Austin's Triton Financial from 2007 to 2009, according to the Austin American-Statesman."

Assemblies of God News

NFL Kicker David Akers-Global (University) Alumnus Making a Difference;

"However, after a brief stint playing for the NFL in Europe in 1999, he was sidelined by a severe case of food poisoning and found himself quarantined in an East Berlin hospital with no access to media or communications outlets. He found a way to pass the time by reading books — a surprising new interest for this self-proclaimed "reading hater."
After his recovery and return to his home in Atlanta, Erika introduced him to the "Left Behind" book series, written by authors Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins — a fictional account of the Tribulation and surrounding world events.
As a result, Akers developed David Akers Ministries and through connections at his local church, Marlton (New Jersey) Assembly of God, he began traveling to various church events, district events, youth retreats, and services ministering the Word of God and sharing his testimony. During this time, Akers also participated in many Bible study groups among his like-minded teammates during the football season, and developed life-long friendships with fellow players who also shared his beliefs.
As a result, Akers developed David Akers Ministries and through connections at his local church, Marlton (New Jersey) Assembly of God, he began traveling to various church events, district events, youth retreats, and services ministering the Word of God and sharing his testimony. During this time, Akers also participated in many Bible study groups among his like-minded teammates during the football season, and developed life-long friendships with fellow players who also shared his beliefs.
Akers, who regularly ministers in Assemblies of God districts through couples retreats, youth camps, and at AG churches, says the Berean courses not only benefited him, but also resulted in others' lives being influenced for Christ."
"To increase the legitimacy of David’s ministry endeavors, he began researching online universities through which he could receive Biblical training to become a licensed minister. While reviewing many options, he was presented with the offerings of Global University’s Berean School of the Bible, and he recounts, “Many of the institutions that I looked into had astronomically high price tags attached. As I reviewed what Global University had to offer, I was shocked at the affordability of the courses, as well as the flexibility of the schedule. I could travel all over the country while I was playing ball, and fit in my studies when I had time, regardless of what city I happened to touch down in that night. It was the absolute best option for my busy life.”"
"David completed Berean courses and was able to receive official licensed credentials in May of 2013. David states, “The service projects that are required for each of the Berean courses were the most enjoyable aspect of my Global University studies. I am heavily involved in the Christian music industry, and as one such project, I set up a large concert outreach involving several well-known Christian music artists. This made a huge impact on my community and I know many lives were transformed that evening."

Akers Attended Global University 
Berean School of the Bible (Distance Learning) 
To Obtain His Minister's Credentials


"We believe in unity, not uniformity.  Unity in essentials, freedom in non essentials and charity in all things." (Therefore, a pick and choose Bible approach; not full Gospel, even though his sponsoring denomination, the Assemblies of God has proclaimed it is full Gospel for decades).

Now a minister, Akers leans on his faith:


Based on dispensationalist interpretation of prophecies in the Biblical books of RevelationDanielIsaiah and EzekielLeft Behind tells the story of the end times (set in the contemporary era), in which true believers in Christ have been "raptured", (i.e. taken instantly to heaven) leaving the world shattered and chaotic. As people scramble for answers, a relatively unknown Romanian politician named Nicolae Jetty Carpathia rises to become secretary-general of the United Nations, promising to restore peace and stability to all nations. What most of the world does not realize is that Carpathia is actually the Antichrist foretold from the Bible. Coming to grips with the truth and becoming born-again Christians, airline pilot Rayford Steele, his daughter Chloe, their pastor Bruce Barnes, and young journalist Cameron "Buck" Williams begin their quest as the Tribulation Force to help save the lost and prepare for the coming Tribulation, in which God will rain down judgment on the world for seven years.
The series has been criticized for its poor depiction of pantheist and universalist beliefs via its fictional Enigma Babylon One World Faith, which has overtones of Hinduism and Buddhism.
While the fictional Pope, John XXIV, was raptured, he is described as having embraced some of the views of the "Father of ProtestantismMartin Luther and it is implied that he was raptured for this reason.[23] His successor, Pope Peter II, becomes Pontifex Maximus of Enigma Babylon One World Faith, an amalgamation of all remaining world faiths and religions. 


Note: The books are listed initially in story-line (chronological) order but then numbered in order of publication.

Chron Seq.Pub Seq.Title (with subtitle)Pub Date
113The Rising: Antichrist is Born: Before They Were Left Behind2005[25]
214The Regime: Evil Advances: Before They Were Left Behind #22005[26]
315The Rapture: In the Twinkling of an Eye: Countdown to Earth's Last Days #32006
41Left Behind: A Novel of the Earth's Last Days1995
52Tribulation Force: The Continuing Drama of Those Left Behind1996
63Nicolae: The Rise of Antichrist1997
74Soul Harvest: The World Takes Sides1999
85Apollyon: The Destroyer Is Unleashed1999
96Assassins: Assignment: Jerusalem, Target: Antichrist1999
107The Indwelling: The Beast Takes Possession2000
118The Mark: The Beast Rules the World2000
129Desecration: Antichrist Takes the Throne2001
1310The Remnant: On the Brink of Armageddon2002
1411Armageddon: The Cosmic Battle of the Ages2003
1512Glorious Appearing: The End of Days2004
1616Kingdom Come: The Final Victory2007

Tim & Beverly LaHaye

General Teachings/Activities

"Left Behind, by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins, is the first of 12 novels (they have recently announced three additional volumes, the first to be published in 3/05) dealing with the end times. LaHaye says that Left Behind is "the first fictional portrayal of events that are true to the literal interpretation of Bible prophecy. It was written for anyone who loves gripping fiction featuring believable characters, a dynamic plot that also weaves prophetic events in a fascinating story." The story begins on the day that the Rapture takes place and concludes just as the Antichrist is about to assume power over the world. The story, however, is wrapped around the lives of a handful of individuals who come face to face with the fact that the Rapture has occurred. Will they come to Christ, or be taken in by the false explanations for the disappearance of millions throughout the world. And if they come to the Lord, what will it cost them?
 The LaHayes have become fabulously wealthy through Tim's authorship of the Left Behind series. So much so that the LaHayes have managed to buy a legacy for themselves -- they gave Jerry Falwell's Liberty University $4.5 million toward a new student center; in return, the new School of Prophecy, which opened in January 2002, was named after LaHaye, and he serves as its president. 
LaHaye's ecumenism isn't limited to his political activities. He frequently joins hands with apostates at all sorts of ecumenical gatherings. For example, when the charismatic Rock Christian Network was launched in 1986, Tim LaHaye's beaming face joined those of the charismatic mystics Oral Roberts, David Yonggi Cho, and Demos Shakarian, Catholic priest John Bertolucci, and others. LaHaye has appeared regularly at "Jesus" rock festivals in various parts of the country, joining hands with rock 'n' rollers and ecumenists, including Tom Skinner and Tony Campolo. Tim LaHaye spoke at Oral Roberts University's 1990 Christian School Conference. He was Co-chairman of the Jerusalem '90 charismatic conference which featured David Yonggi Cho and James Robison. In a fund-raising promotional brochure, LaHaye praised radical charismatic "faith healer" Morris Cerullo upon his takeover of the PTL TV Network/Heritage properties. LaHaye said he was glad it would not be lost "to the body of Christ," and that because of Cerullo's faith, the network would "continue to be used to preach the Gospel and to present positive programming" (11/1/90 & 3/1/91 issues of the Calvary Contender). What amazing blindness! (Reported in the 1/95, O Timothy.)"

Tim LaHaye (with Jerry Jenkins) Book Review

The Left Behind Series:

The Left Behind series of novels about events following the Rapture has been a phenomenal commercial success. The authors are Jerry Jenkins, writer-at-large for the neo-evangelicalpsychologized Moody Bible Institute, and Tim LaHaye, well-known author (over 40 books), "noted authority" on Bible prophecy (e.g., Revelation Unveiled), and promoter of the heretical "Four Temperaments" theory
The fictionalizing of Scripture is an egregious offense in and of itself, but the theology presented in the books is intolerable (despite the publisher's claim that "The series is guaranteed to be theologically sound."). Following are just a few examples of the unscriptural things found in the Left Behind series:
(1)  Large numbers of relatives and friends of Christians are saved after the Rapture occurs
(2)  The books feature the formation of a "Tribulation Force" to resist the Antichrist.
(3)  Prayers to the dead is taught in one of the books. 
(4)  New Age/occult out-of-body experiences are encouraged.
(5)  Satan is in charge of the weather
(6)  One of the very questionable doctrines the Left Behind series teaches is that at the time of the rapture pregnant women will suddenly become un-pregnant (that is, the unborn babies will be taken in the rapture and will leave the unsaved mother, who is left behind, many pounds lighter!). A rapture for embryos! 
(7)  The Christians in the books make major decisions based on their intuitions and human reasoning rather than on Bible precepts.
(8)  Easy-believism and low moral standards are promoted in the Left Behind series. Based on a bathroom scene where the hero, Buck, gets converted, it appears all that is needed to be saved is mental assent to God's existence. Then when Buck uses his credit card to embezzle and steal from his boss, this "Christian" deems all okay because the theft is for the cause of Christ (and his boss is the Antichrist). 
(9)  Female Bible teachers are acceptable. Book three has two female members of the "Tribulation Force" trained to teach the Bible to mixed groups of people
(10) Book 4 teaches the error of infant baptism.
(11) Books 8 & 9 teach that recipients of the mark of the beast can still be saved.
(12) The pope is raptured away! The books depict the Roman Catholic pope as a saved man who is taken away in the Rapture. This is perhaps the most serious and dangerous error in all the books. It encourages the ecumenical movement and its powerful back-to-Rome emphasis. It adds support to the false ecumenical concept of "evangelical Catholicism."
In summary, the Left Behind series may be tolerable fiction, but it is definitely intolerable theology, and thereby, must be rejected by true Christians.

In addition to many of the same doctrinal problems with the Left Behind books, we have a couple more problems with the Left Behind I film/video. (A second video was released in 2002 -- Left Behind II: Tribulation Force.) The most serious problem is that the GOSPEL of our Lord was LEFT BEHIND in this film (actually LEFT OUT!). There was no gospel presented anywhere in the film. The name of Christ is mentioned only three times in the film (during about a one minute segment, a scene where a video was being played to explain the rapture; the video was prepared by a pastor prior to the rapture with the hope that it would help people to understand what was happening after the rapture). Apart from this, Christ's Name is never mentioned. When people pray to be saved, it is in the most general terms ("God, please forgive me"), and invitations to salvation are also very general ("You need to believe in God"). There is no mention of the cross (Christ's substitutionary death), no empty tomb (the Resurrection), no emphasis on the sinfulness of man (man's total depravity), and no clear presentation of the terms of salvation (God's sovereignty in salvation). Any religious person who "believes in God" would probably think that they have met the conditions. Also, some of the music in the video was horrible ("Christian" rock music of the worst kind). At the end of the video, after the movie was completed, there was a review of some of the scenes in the movie with rock music in the background, along with some scenes of a "Christian" rock group performing with typical body movements and awful facial expressions as they sang a song called, "The Midnight Cry," which was not even worthy to be called music. (Source: "LEFT BEHIND: The Gospel Being LEFT OUT," George Zeller, The Middletown Bible Church, Middletown, CT; Zeller also viewed Left Behind II, and found it much less objectionable than the first film, albeit still with major problems.)  [Return to Text]

Tim LaHaye & Psychoheresy by Martin Bobgan;

LaHaye's Resurrection of the Discredited
"Four Temperaments"

Council for National Policy:

The Council for National Policy (CNP), is an umbrella organization and networking group for social conservative activists in the United States. It has been described by The New York Times as "a little-known club of a few hundred of the most powerful conservatives in the country," who meet three times yearly behind closed doors at undisclosed locations for a confidential conference. Nation magazine has called it a secretive organization that "networks wealthy right-wing donors together with top conservative operatives to plan long-term movement strategy." It was founded in 1981 by Tim LaHaye as a forum for conservative Christians seeking to strengthen the political right in the United States.

King Pins of the Christian Mafia


EXCERPT OF ENTIRE PORTION ABOUT LAHAYE republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:

I did not know how big a part the Lahayes had in all this until I started doing research into this area.
Both Tim Lahaye and Beverly Lahaye have from the beginning been supporters of Sun Myung Moon and have started organizations and have chaired organizations funded by Sun Myung Moon.  These organizations have some of the most prominent Christian names associated to it while meanwhile they support this New Age guru self proclaiming Christ paving the way for the one world religion.  A few of these organizations are directly linked to the CFR, CIA and Masonry.  Moon was arrested for tax evasions and Tim Lahaye formed the CRF (Coalition for Religious Freedom) in order to get him out. Hail Lindsey and Paul Crouch (TBN) were also part of this.
Besides supporting the “Moonies” and new agers Tim Lahaye is also guilty of starting the Left Behind series and the forerunner of the “Pre Trib” teaching on the rapture.  It is scary that most churches now hold this view and teach this twisting of scripture.  I’m not going to take a side on rapture theology but this view is based on pure speculation, fantasy and twisting of scripture.  I personally have done extensive research on this subject and above all I READ MY BIBLE! But this topic I will save for another paper. The big cheese here is that this view is setting people up for massive deception and disappointment.  Because it holds the view that Christians will be taken away before the big bad tribulation will happen when the rapture doesn’t happen after the world goes to pot people will doubt their faith in Jesus Christ.
Tim Lahaye was responsible for gathering all the theologians  together to make sure this was the view the church had.  This view makes the church weak in the faith.
I can go on for pages about this but here is a very shocking revealing fact about all of this.  All the significant production and release dates for Left Behind fall on Major Satanic Holidays.
There are 8 primary holidays in witchcraft and Satanism. There are four major and four minor ones:
1) Candlemas or Imbolg — Feb. 1,2- major
2) Ostara- March 21 (Spring Equinox) – minor
3) Beltane or Roodmas – May 1 (founding day for the Illuminati in 1776)- major
4) Litha– June 21 (summer solstice) – minor
5) Lughnasadh or Lammas- August 1 – major
6) Mabon- September 21 (autumnal equinox) – minor
7) Samhain or Hallowe’en- October 29-31 – major
8) Yule- December 21 (Winter solstice) – minor
Luciferians seek Satanic blessings by not only performing their jobs in their sacred locations where they believe there are vortexes of occultic power but also seek Satanic blessings by initiating their projects on their Satanic holy days.
On May 1, 2000, Beltane (major Satanic holiday) they began production on the movie ‘Left Behind’. 13 weeks later on August 1, Lughnasadh (major Satanic holiday) they released the ‘making of Left Behind’ for sale. 13 weeks later on October 31, Samhain (major Satanic holiday) they released the ‘Left Behind’ movie for sale 13 weeks from that date on Feb.2, 2001 Candlemas (major Satanic holiday) they released ‘Left Behind’ into the theaters across the country.
The odds that Peter LaLonde hit those four Occultic days by chance with his production and release dates is 1 in 17,458,601,160. Or one in seventeen billion, four hundred fifty-eight million, six hundred and one thousand, one hundred sixty. If you believe this is a coincidence then you probably believe it was a coincidence that Jesus died on Passover, was resurrected during Feast of Firstfruits and that the Holy Spirit fell and the church was born on the Feast of Pentecost.
Tim Lahaye’s book on left, Masonic Symbol on Right.

Masonic Imagery
Triangle and All Seeing eye symbolism
Symbol on seal shows Masonic compass as well as it making the satanic star.
This FACT further drives home my point that a lot of these men are not Christians but Satanists.  Before I talk about a few other people take a look at all these organizations many that Tim Lahaye either started or was a part of. Take a look at the names associated with them and you will get a bigger picture of this “Family”.
The Council Of National Policy (CNP)
Another Moon sponsored organization is the Council of National Policy founded in 1981 by Tim LaHaye, the aforementioned co-author of the “Left Behind” book series. It is reported that he received $500,000 from a Mr. Bo Hi Pak, Moons #1 man, and a former Korean CIA officer. Though a tape exists showing that LaHaye thanked Pak for the money, LaHaye never denied the charge but verbally attacked the sources verifying the allegation with a barrage of insult.
“The Committee on National Policy is a vital link between multi-billion dollar defense contractors, Washington lobbyists like the convicted felon and Republican fundraiser, Jack Abramoff, and the Christian Right. It’s at the heart of a new axis between right-wing military politics, support for the Pentagon war agenda globally and the neo-conservative political control of much of US foreign and defense policy.
The CNP has been at the center of Karl Rove’s carefully-constructed Bush political machine. Tom Delay and dozens of top Bush Administration Republicans are or have been members of the CNP. Few details about the organization are leaked to the public. As secretive as the Bilderberg Group if not more so, the CNP releases no press statements, meets in secret and never reveals names of its members willingly.”
Other members of the CNP have included:
Beverly and Lee LaHaye, also associated with Moons CWA group. Gary Bauer, Bill Bright, James Dobson (Focus On The Family), Bob Dugan, Ron Godwin, Robert Grant, Rebecca Hagelin, Bob Jones the 3rd (Bob Jones University), Alan Keyes (Outspoken ultra-conservative black talk show host and author), Dr. D. James Kennedy (noted television evangelist and Pastor), Peter Marshall, Sam Moore of Thomas Nelson Publishing, Pat Robertson (founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network and former Presidential aspirant), Rev. Duane Motley, Ralph Reed, Oliver North (formerly with the National Security Council), Phyllis Schlafly (ultra-right columnist and pundit), Rev. Jim Woodall, John Ankerberg (internationally recognized Christian television personality), Rev. E.V. Hill, James Robison, Jay Sekulow (Attorney and activist for ultra-right/Christian causes), Pat Boone, Larry Burkett, Reed Larson, and many others.
Some of the political leaders involved with the Moon sponsored CNP group include Senators Jesse Helms, Don Nickles, and Trent Lott. Also Representatives Tom DeLay, Dan Burton, and Bob Dornan.
Looking into some of the CNP officers we find not only a just a strong association with Moon, but also powerful ties with the CIA and the Council on Foreign Relations, not to mention association with high level Freemasonry for which many conspiracy theorists have more than a mere elementary knowledge related to the NWO. Another past President of CNP is Rich DeVoss, co-founder of Amway (and 33rd degree Mason).
Coalition For Religious Freedom (CRF)
Another past Moon organization was the ‘Coalition for Religious Freedom’ where again, Tim LaHaye held a paid position as Chairman. It was formed by LaHaye after Moon was arrested for tax evasion. Jerry Falwell, Jimmy Swaggart, James Robison, James Kennedy and Rex Humbard, have all served as executive committee members. Other notables to serve in Moons CRF include Hal Lindsey (Author of “The Late Great Planet Earth”), Paul Crouch (Head of the Trinity Broadcasting Network), Dr. D. James Kennedy and Don Wildman to name a few.
CRF President Don Sills admits that CRF has received no less than $500,000 from Moon sources. In 1984, despite forces in government opposing the move, Moon was jailed for tax evasion (sentenced to 18 Months in prison and fined $25,000). In a CRF sponsored rally Tim Lahaye asked that people go to jail with Moon in protest.
American Freedom Coalition
Led by Dr. Robert Grant and also a Moonie organization. In a period of a little over 2 years they received nearly 6 million dollars from Moon organizations and enterprises. This group includes Paul Crouch, Rex Humbard, James Robinson and many more, names well known among the evangelical Christian community.
Concerned Women of America
Headed by Beverly LaHaye. The wife of Tim LaHaye, She too has been a public speaker for Moon functions.
Womens Federation for World Peace
Also headed by Beverly LaHaye and recipient of Moon funding. Former President George Bush Sr. (and one time former CIA Director) received an undisclosed amount for speaking engagements from this organization and his fee is lost somewhere in the 13.5 million dollar conference expense-line according to IRS records.
Family Federation for World Peace
Another Moon organization which held a meeting in Washington in 1996. Among the speakers at this event were Beverly LaHaye and Ralph Reed. Over 1500 notables from around the world attended.
National Religious Broadcasters
Members include Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell, Jimmy Swaggart, Tim LaHaye, Billy Graham, Bill Bright and many others clearly associated with Moon.
Pat Robertson in the early 80s, as Oliver North was trading guns and ammo (and who knows what else) in Nicaragua, was coordinating efforts to use “Operation Blessing” to help supply goods to the Contras. Allegedly these goods included hard cash and gasoline for Contra vehicles.
The head of Operation Blessing was Captain Robert Warren, who was also formerly associated with a CIA group called “Operation Phoenix.” Allegedly this was an assassination group that operated in Vietnam. Also associated with this group was… surprise, Oliver North.
The Washington Times Foundation
A pro-Bush Inaugural luncheon, held in Washington D.C. was sponsored by the Washington Times Foundation, another Moon founded group. Among the attendees were Paul Crouch, founder of Trinity Broadcast Network, Robert Schuller, Kenneth Copeland, Jerry Falwell, Don Argue, past president of the National Association of Evangelicals, Pat Boone, a former T.B.N. board member, Billy McCormack (who was a Christian Coalition board member who actually presented Moon with an award) and Southern Baptist Convention President James Merritt.
Council of 56 of the Religious Roundtable
Another Moon associated group is called the ‘Council of 56 of the Religious Roundtable’. This group is made up of many of the same members from Rev. Moons’ CNP and CRF organizations. It marries leading Moon associated evangelicals to the CIA, the Council for Foreign relations, the Trilateral Commission and Freemasonry. CFR, and TLC are closely tied to the Bilderberg group.
I highly recommend reading this article where some of the above information was taken:  (Previously Provided)
There are 4 parts to this article and I highly recommend you read all four parts.  It will expose the full truth of the matter as it is thoroughly documented.  With all the information within one can only draw the same conclusion as one author from The Alpha Omega report puts it;
“Virtually the entire Christian community is being led directly by Satanic-lluminati leaders. It would all fit the prophetic picture of the great “apostasy” prophecied 2,000 years ago by the Apostle Paul in 2nd Thessalonians and indeed what could be a greater apostasy than all major ministries, broadcasters, plus book and magazine publishers as well as seminaries all tied into and controlled by the NWO and their platform to bring about the arrival of the Antichrist.”

Shaolin Kempo Karate (or "SKK") is a martial art style that combines the Five Animals of Shaolin Kung Fu, the core competency of Kempo, the hard-hitting linear explosiveness of traditional Karate, as well as the power of Western Boxing and the felling and grappling arts of JujutsuChin Na, and Mongolian wrestling This system was founded and developed by Fredrick J. Villari, (a former black belt student of Nick Cerio and William Kwai Sun Chow) who devised a hybrid system which integrated the four ways of fighting:striking, kicking, felling, and grappling to eliminate the inherent weakness of martial arts systems that focus on just one or two of fighting techniques. Shaolin Kempo Karate is primarily taught through a chain of Villari's Martial Arts Centers in the United States and Canada, although there are several unaffiliated organizations that teach variations of the style. These include schools founded by former students of Fred Villari.

History of Shaolin Kempo:

“The Living Legacy”
of the Shaolin Monks




"In 2000, Allan started training David Akers, the would-be kicker for the Philadelphia Eagles, helping him reach 3 Pro Bowls as well as Super Bowl XXXIX. They have done several films, documentaries, and training camps together and continue their friendship and training to this day."




Shaolin Summit Overview video:

Uploaded on Aug 2, 2011

This video shows clips of the Shaolin Summit with the Abbot and the Monks from the Shaolin Temple in China.

Opening Demonstration by Shaolin Warrior Monks 

at the 1st Shaolin Summit:

Uploaded on Jun 1, 2011
Saturday, May 21, 2011: Opening Demonstration by Shaolin Warrior Monks. For the Summit, Shi Yanran coordinated the demonstrations. Yanran oversees the Shaolin Temple Cultural Centers in Fremont and San Francisco, CA, and in Herndon, VA. Yanran demonstrates Iron Head at 4:38.


Winter Wonder Slam Tour
TobyMac, Brandon Heath, House of Heroes

2/27/11, at Lenape Performing Arts Center, Cherokee High School in Marlton, NJ
"In the fall of 2009, I finally got the chance to experience TobyMac's Winter Wonder Slam as it took a break from its usual West Coast run to visit our corner of the East Coast. This year, the tour made another East Coast stop and ventured into the Philadelphia area, stopping at Cherokee High School in Marlton, NJ. The event was actually booked and hosted by Philadelphia Eagles player David Akers, who wanted the night to be an outreach to the youth of his area.
Before TobyMac's headlining set, Eagles Placekicker David Akers took center stage to share his heart for ministry and talk about his testimony and how his football career and faith became intertwined. (?) It was an inspiring message and it was really neat to see a local pro football star getting real with fans. During the intermission that followed, David mingled with the audience a bit and even passed out professional photos of him on the field.
Finally, however, and without disappointing the fans who were expecting it, TobyMac closed with "Jesus Freak" once again."

"Akers is a big fan of contemporary Christian music, so this type of concert was a natural fit."

"On Feb. 27, Akers sponsored a concert at Cherokee High School featuring tobyMac, Brandon Heath and House of Heroes. TobyMac, a five-time Grammy Award winner who has sold more than 10 million albums, is the Jay-Z among Christian rappers."





TobyMac - Showstopper and The Slam:

Uploaded on Mar 1, 2011

Winter Wonder Slam - Marlton, NJ - February 27, 2011

TobyMac - Hold On:

TobyMac - Funky Jesus Music:

TobyMac - Tonight:

TobyMac - In the Light (2008):

In The Light Lyrics
I wanna be in the light
As you are in the light
I wanna shine like the stars in the heavens
Oh, lord be my light and be my salvation
Cause all I want is to be in the light
All I want is to be in the light


"Shine Like Stars is a three-year ministry expansion campaign empowering us to fulfill our calling and maximize our service to God and the world. We are raising $6.5 million to fuel a multi-pronged vision"

TobyMac - Jesus Freak:

Phillipians 2:15:

King James Bible
That ye may be blameless and harmless, the sons of God, without rebuke, in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation, among whom ye shine as lights in the world;

Daniel 12:3:

King James Bible
And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever.