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Trisha (Patricia) Kee/Lacroix is the founder of the ‘Do Right Hyles Anderson’ movement along with Jocelyn Zichterman,  among several other “DO RIGHT” groups and the Fundamental Revolution (FR). We are first going to discuss the FR logo, then Linda Hyles Murphy’s influence, followed by the beliefs, practices and endorsements of Trisha that clearly show the cultic and occultic nature of this group. (UPDATE March 25: Further evidence has surfaced that adds credence to the claims of this article that show Trisha giving credit to a psychic for the success of her personal life and HER group here)

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It must be kept in mind that most people think of “occult” as some blatant devil worshiping monster, with satanic rituals, sacrifices, blood drinking maniacs, and although there are a few religions and groups that actually do practice that, the not-so-blatant forms of it are more sinister. The Bible not only condemns the blatant cults, but also the seemingly innocent ones that most Christians are too naive and ignorant to see through. “And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. Eph 5:11. The critics on Trisha’s site who make lite of the accusations posted here, who think it’s OK for a Christian to quote Buddha, approve of atheist and homosexuals criticizing the Bible, a group leader who praises “the book of the dead” are MOCKING GOD and are playing a dangerous game with matters they have obviously not studied. It is more convenient for them to mock the evidence then to give the facts an honest evaluation.

Some of these issues that we begin with may seem petty to the average reader, but you have to understand their importance to the persons who utilized them to correctly assess their agenda.

THE FUNDAMENTAL REVOLUTION LOGO

The link to their website is posted after this paragraph, and the first thing you will notice is the logo at the top of the page. It has the Fundamental Revolution with the evol of Revolution written backwards and highlighted in red which is a well known occult practice that is used to identify cult members of particular sects, and with the highlighted red portion of ‘love’, since we Americans read left to right, the first thing you see is EVOL or EVIL) {The British occultist Aleister Crowley chose the spelling to differentiate the occult from state magic and defined it as “the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will”, including both “mundane” acts of will as well as ritual.  *** . Alleister Crowley stated that to use words to effect change  for “the law of reversal” one must ” learn to write backwards. . .” (Magick in Theory and Practice, 1929). Not only does the word appear to say evil at first glance, but the law of reversal means that by placing love backwards in the word it will effect hate towards fundamentalism. And if this seems to “out there”, consider that a recent post from a DRHAC member was praising the Church of Satan founded by Anton LaVey who relied heavily on the writings of Alleister Crowley. (see our article on Trisha Lacroix Correction.)

 Fundamental Revolution site

Now once you see the website and the logo, keep in mind all of the above about the backward writing. Now let me show you something that is FREAKY. This is the url for their logo. Go ahead, click it http://fundamentalrevolution.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/logo2.png Most urls for photo locations dont have a separation of the logo as this one does. The website designer used an “I-frame” block for the logo, but allowed any user that inspects the element the see what you just saw. EVOL. Within occultic groups, symbolism and logo is everything.

Admin Ty Duncan, with Approval by Trisha Lacroix, blaspheming Jesus Christ

This may seem petty or insignificant to some (and we’re not done yet) but it is very significant to cult members. And those who overlook these simple little matters never stop and ask, just why DID they write their logo like this?

The next issue is with their slogan:

OUT OF THE ASHES BEAUTY WILL RISE

Now at first glance this would appear to be taken from Isaiah 61:3. However, keep in mind that Satan always mimics matters belonging to God. 2 Cor 11:4.  Isaiah 61:3 God details an EXCHANGE of beauty for ashes, meaning He takes your ashes and gives beauty, there is NOTHING in Isaiah 63:1 that implies that the beauty ARISES FROM THE ASHES.

So then where does this come from if not Isaiah? Glad you asked:

The term ‘out of the ashes beauty will rise’ is a VERY SPECIFIC term used in the Illuminati and Free Masonry. It is based on Egyptian mythology that the Pheonix will burn and arise from the ashes back to life. In the Illuminati, it is the story of Lucifer flying out of the ashes of hell to reign in beauty on the earth. For your own research you can visit the links below from the cults own websites that explain this.

Now this does not mean that Trisha and/or any of her group are members are an actual member of these groups, but this serves to show where their slogan is derived, and considering Trisha’s admission to studying numerous other religions, it is very likely that she has studied and incorporated the beliefs from these groups from which this slogan is derived.

MASONIC WEBSITE

PHOENIX HISTORY

ILLUMINATI

THE LOTUS FLOWER

There is further symbolism in the groups Fundamental Revolution Facebook page where T-Shirts are sold with an alternative FR logo containing the Yellow Lotus (see here)which is the Tibetan Buddhist Symbol (Handbook of Tibetan Buddhist Symbols) and one of Trisha’s favorite resources to post quotes on the Do Right Hyles Anderson FB page is from the Tibetan Book of the Dead (sceenshot posting after this article or click here if you don’t feel like waiting to get to the end!).

The website is not complete yet (with the exception of the “Make a Donation” tab) but there is enough there to PROVE that there are occult and cultic themes within Trisha’s FR group.

LINDA HYLES MURPHY

We believe that Lindy Murphy has been burned by her father, and unfortunately has turned to faith in Jesus Christ to the god of humanism. While we are not saying for certain that Linda’s involvement with Trisha goes beyond Trisha merely using Linda’s testimony on the FR site, we believe it is still necessary to show the background of Linda Murphy, and how it has influenced Trisha.

The first video you see, is the testimony of Linda Hyles Murphy, a 17:40 documentary of her life in the “cult” of First Baptist Church of Hammond. But what most people will miss is the group she belongs to that sponsored this event. Now this part may be a little boring but it’s important to show the foundation of Linda Murphy’s influence on these groups.

The group is TED (Technology Engineering and Development)  Pay attention now!

Ted’s primary spokesperson, Chris Anderson gives the following statement on the TED website:

ED’s Chris Anderson says the rise of web video is driving a worldwide phenomenon he calls Crowd Accelerated Innovation — a self-fueling cycle of learning that could be as significant as the invention of print. But to tap into its power, organizations will need to embrace radical openness. And for TED, it means the dawn of a whole new chapter …”

Crowd Accelerated Innovation is an oft used term used by Illuminati as a tool that will be used in the future to BRAINWASH mass media, and those who know prophecy know that the antichrist will certainly need technology such as this to reach a worldwide audience. This technology could likely be what God uses as described in 2 Thess ch2 “and God shall send them strong delusion that they should believe a lie”. There was  controversy over these type of techniques  as far back as  President Eisenhower warning the American’s in a farewell speech of the dangers of such programs. There is even an official government patent for the use of ‘mind control’ devices ( US PATENT 5159703 ). This technology was credited for the surrender of thousands of Iraqi troops during the Gulf War.

Although this technology may be far-fetched without evidence to support its veracity, it is the BELIEF in the technology that poses an issue for a Christian who supports these groups.

Chris Anderson goes on to say, “… the rich use of multiple technologies, formats and approaches for the most powerful possible impact on an audience. But the term covers more than just form and format. Content will span the full spectrum of knowledge TED stands for, from dazzling technology and leading-edge science to the richest veins of human creativity and interconnection.”[1] If that isn’t clear enough new age globalist language there’s more.

There is a list of primary sponsored speakers for the group. Most of them are all labeled as “Futurist”. What is a futurist?  An occult clan. [Not to be confused with Futurist Theology which is the belief that Revelation and many prophecies of the Bible have a yet future fulfillment as opposed to the Historicist and Preterist view that Revelation has been fulfilled.]They are concerned about a “leaderless world order” [2] , promote a “NEW AGE of business”  and yes, they have a religious agenda[3] (imagine that, no really, imagine…oh but hey, Al Gore was a member so at least they are concerned about global warming!)

TED is a PR arm for transhumanism [3.1] Click here for a list of TED sponsored videos that cover a variety of humanist topics

Speakers for TED are known as ‘Fellows’. This is part of the ritualist labeling of Free Masonry

Now let’s get back to Linda. In her video, she champions a counselor for her success, Mary Vernon. Mary Vernon is a counselor at Crossroads Counseling & Neurofeedback. If you read her short bio, “”Each of us has been in the marriage and family therapy field for over 20 years. During this time, we have looked at alternative treatments but found none with results as significant as neurofeedback. Now, because of advances in computers and more accurate ways to view and understand the brain, neurofeedback is often the treatment of choice for many conditions, providing better results faster.” [4]

Neurofeedback therapy, also called neurofeedback training (NFT), is method of teaching a trainee or patient to alter physical and psychological states. It is accomplished by using monitoring equipment that provides real time feedback to patient about their brain activity. It is well known that it was developed by New Age medical practitioners. It is no more than the same methods used in Scientology to brainwash you from symptoms but with advanced electron implements.

Not one time in Linda’s speech does she mention the Bible or Jesus Christ. In her 3 values that she learned, the first one was  “Freedom. Freedom to determine MY OWN VALUE SYSTEM” well that explains why Jesus was never mentioned. In fact, I can’t remember seeing any quotes from Trisha mentioning the name of Jesus. You have to be careful of those who use “religious language” (like Obama, and then gives a speech to a college group criticizing the Bible [5] ). Just because someone uses the word “God” and “grace” in their rhetoric does not mean they are CHRISTIAN.  Ask Trisha what they mean by “redemption” without Christ! (You know , kind of like how the NIV explains redemption while removing the “through his blood” part in Col 1:14)

Linda makes it perfectly clear she doesn’t want religion discussed on her facebook page.[6]She would rather talk on a patio where “There is nothing like nature to help us connect with our souls. “[7] and for $150 a session (with a 6 session minimum) you will need a financial consultant and a second job. Linda’s explanation of her services make it clear that she is a futurist. The opening statement of their description of Life Coaching “Coaching is future-focused, motivating, inspiring, energizing, positive and action-driven” is a clear indication of that as it is the same philosophy of the other futurist speakers for TED. Whatever ever happened to “take no thought for the morrow”. Jesus was apparently not using” positive, transformational conversation.”  According to Linda’s testimony you don’t need Christ because “You do have within you what it takes to set yourself free; sometimes you just need someone else to help you tap into those inner resources.”

All of the above with the background from TED and Mary Evans provide the foundation that has shaped Linda Murphy’s philosophy which is 110% pure unadulterated humanistic, new age occultism.

TRISHA LACROIX

Since this article was first published, Trisha has admitted to embracing the beliefs and teachings of the New Age movement, Buddhism, and other various religions, so we have eliminated much of the former material that was used to prove what she was involved in.

On November 9, 2012, Trisha stated:

“13. My religious beliefs… I am not religious. I am not a member of any church. I am spiritual. I take ideas/beliefs and I have created my own internal faith. Everything from Christian, Buddhist, New Age beliefs and have incorporated them into my life. I do believe in God. I pray constantly…my life is a prayer. I meditate. I read books on how to become a better person. I believe in Jesus as my Savior. But I do not and will not conform to a religion. Religion separates people and most wars are started because of religious differences. In my opinion, religion is for people who are afraid of going to hell. Spirituality is for people who have already been through hell. That is my belief. I do not think anyone needs to believe how I believe. Its my own faith. Its personal. And I believe everyone should worship in a way that feeds their soul… So I support our Baptist people, Atheists, Catholics, Buddhists, New Agers, Methodists, Lutherans…whatever you are… if it makes you a better person…I support your belief system.”

Trisha also belongs to a group called People of the Second Chance, and this appears to be where she gets her definition of “grace” from.PEOPLE OF THE SECOND CHANCE, and their official website here
This group is by far no where near Christian and is about as HUMANISTIC as it gets. Their members use the term radical grace, and grace freely with absolutely NO MENTION OF CHRIST. Their motto is “Overthrow judgment, liberate love”. They have 5 “lifemarks”: courage, tenacity, empathy, purpose, hopeNone of the “lifemarks” mention purpose as being crucified with Christ and hope as being the blessed hope of Titus 2:13. Their definition is that “Hope lifts the human spirit and believes in a better tomorrow.” This is pure humanism. The “human spirit” is born wicked and deceitful. It must be crucified with Christ. Furthermore, this “second chance” philosophy has it’s roots in L. Ron Hubbards Scientology cult. It began as “Deadly Vipers” but was shut down because of racism.

There is a list of their “target audience” and number 4 states, “4. You have experienced or you are currently seeking a powerful second chance MOMENT that will radically alter your life and mission.”(emphasis added)What kind of “MOMENT” could there possibly be that would change ones life that can do a better job than Christ?? POTSC explain that “We are radically inclusive and work diligently to produce “human” messages and not religious ones.” (emphasis added)

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Although Trisha appears to use a progressive Christianity approach within her group, the intentions of the group were made clear by the partner that helped her start the group, Jocelyn Zichterman.

“Trisha Lacroix MEMBERS>>>>I wanted to take a moment why we are here…it’s to support victims. To validate one another. It’s to find healing, care about one another and to experience radical grace. I’d like to caution everyone about what you post. The outside world see’s this group…….We have found something enriching that we never thought possible. We found ourselves and a faith (regardless of what it is) that works. Trisha. (emphasis added).

THE ABSURDITY OF UNITY FOR A COMMON CAUSE

Let’s use an example here. Say we Christians are angry about American policies, and we want to vent our frustrations in hopes that someone will hear our voices. So some concerned angry Americans create a group. But, we need some followers. Who has the most in common with us that is angry enough at America to join us? Aha!!!! MUSLIMS So we will create a group and invite all the Muslims to join us to criticize American politics.

Now if you believe that would be absurd, if you are a Christian mad at the church, regardless of the fact you may have legitimate reasons, why on earth would you join a group of unbelievers, atheists, new agers and occult adherents to discuss your complaints against the church??

While we applaud Trisha’s effort to want to see change in certain fundamentalist churches and colleges, her motives are highly questionable, and the method in which she has advocated have served to destroy the faith of many which can not be entirely blamed on the abusers within the IFB.

A WORD TO THE CHRISTIANS

The Bible is clear that as a believer we should not:

14Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? 15And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?16And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.17Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you” 2 Corinthians 6:14-17

While many may be angry at the abuse that has occurred in the IFB as well as other churches, God will still hold each one of us accountable for how we respond to it. Abuse is not the fault of Jesus, and it’s not as though Christ has been taken by surprise and is unaware of the abuse. But to respond to abuse by turning ones back on God and sharing in fellowship with those who are hostile toward Christianity as a whole only serves to exacerbate the harm caused to victims by separating them from the only One that truly loves and understands them like nobody else, for He too, was abused, mocked, shamed and ultimately crucified.

Bad communications corrupt good manners (I Cor 15:33), and the Psalms warn us that the Israelites mingled with the heathen, and learned their ways. Ps 106:35.  God NEVER condones any child of His to fellowship with a group of unbelievers, homosexuals, atheists, and other religions that are contrary to the gospel in order to achieve a “greater good”. There is no greater good on earth than sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ, how He died for sinners and only in Him can one be made whole.

We thank and praise the Lord that many Christians have left these groups, and we hope and pray that Trisha as well as leaders of the other “Do Right” groups would consider what they are doing to others and consider even their own beliefs that are contrary to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Sources to get started on studying the New Age Movement.

The New Age Movement. Watchmen

 Psycho Heresy Awareness Ministry

 The Seduction of Christianity Pt4

Invisible Empire: A New World Order Definded (Video)

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demonDo Right Christians has tracked down the source of what we believe has led to the demon possession of Trisha Lacroix, founder of the Do Right Hyles Anderson Facebook page.

Now we do not take demon possession lightly, and in no way intend for this to be a criticism of Trisha’s spiritual life per se. But what we discovered provides an insight into the character of Trisha that many have noticed just seemed to be a little “off”, and now I think we know why.

As most who have followed this site know, we have meticulously detailed the goings on of anti-fundamentalist groups, such as Do Right Hyles Anderson, and have written extensively about the false claims that they have made in our recent article on the Jack Schaap arrest, and the occultic overtones in a group Trisha attempted to create called Fundamental Revolution.

As with virtually any person with an axe to grind, there’s always more to the story than what we see on the surface. I personally believe that Trisha has demonstrated characteristics of severe narcissism, and her willingness to embrace several different religious philosophies only complicated her spiritual life. Then I read her personal story on another website. And that truly explains a lot about why Trisha’s character is the way it is now.

Trisha’s story is actually a very sad commentary. I read it with an open mind, not looking for anything to crucify her with, but with a curiosity as to what made this woman so bitter.

For Trisha, her war against the IFB is a very personal one. Since the article is published on another website , I will not repeat too many specific details of her story from there. Nevertheless, it was a tragic story, and one that any honest, God-fearing Christian can be sympathetic about. As Christians we frequently overlook what others have been through, and often only see the “hateful” persons victims of abuse have turned into (if in fact, that is what has happened). Our first reaction is to defend our beliefs when they are attacked, and others who share those beliefs with us, and we see the accuser as a person with a specific agenda intended on defying God and turning those away who believe in God. A personal crisis can certainly be the spring-board that leads to such angst towards God and Biblical doctrines, but underneath it all is still a hurting person that has yet to find the peace that passes all understanding in Jesus Christ alone.

Although Trisha’s story did not involve sexual abuse, it did involve what I would certainly consider an abusive home. After reading through all of the horrible things she endured, something else caught my attention in her story, and that is when she attributed her “resurrection” from the old Trisha, to what she is today, to a woman named Alara in 2011.

Having researched the occult and apologetics for 20 years, that name just did not seem typical of a normal counselor, and had an esoteric “ring” to it. In a few short minutes, I found Alara.psycic

Alara is a psychic operating out of Las Vegas, Nevada. In addition to offering psychic readings to help her clients “connect with loved ones” (a medium), she offers a variety of other blatantly occultic services such as Chakra balancing, metaphysical teaching, and angel card readings. Alara has used the language of the Freemasons and Jewish Occult  in comments such as:

The above image and below the eye is an ascension vehicle known as the Merkaba.  It is spoken of in many ancient texts.  It is a vital force of sacred geometry.

Merkabah is Jewish occultism and “sacred geometry” is at the heart of Freemasonry (hence the Freemason symbol of the compass and the square, with the capital letter “G” symbolizing geometry).

On Alara’s blog is the following comment left from Trisha Lacroix:

Trisha LaCroix: Posted on Friday, January 18, 2013 6:26 PM
This is an awesome testimony I received from one of my clients.  Thank you!
Trisha LaCroixJacquiAttaya-Alara, if I shared the results of what is happening because of mygroup…if I shared all the results of me writing my story has done… Thelives saved from suicide, the validation, the healing in people, the spiritualawakening…the ripple affect… YOU are the reason. YOU did this…I am justthe tool. You are my teacher, healer and mentor. The lives you have touched arecountless from towns near me to Australia…Thailand… Iam honored to stand with you, helping others. We are in this together. Andtoday…our pain means something…it’s changing lives. :).

The Bible states in Deuteronomy 18:10-12

There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch. Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer. For all that do these things are an abomination unto the Lord: and because of these abominations the Lord thy God doth drive them out from before thee.

Not only is the practice of witchcraft, mediating (See the Witch of Endor story in I Samuel ch 28), consulting with familiar spirits condemned by God as an abomination, but is a sure way to subject oneself to demonic possession. Many victims of demonic possession, and one that I have personally heard where a demon spoke through a teenage girl, all had a few things in common, and that was consulting with occultic practitioners, opening themselves up to the demonic realm willingly.

The Bible makes it clear that those who practice divination and soothsaying (psychics, future predictors or “fortune tellers”), are demon possessed. Acts 16:16. And Ephesians 4:27 warns us not to give place to the devil.

Trisha Lacroix admits that her “success” and the success of her group is all attributed to Alara, the psychic. Alara was her “teacher, healer, and mentor” and Trisha was just her “tool”.

Thus even though Trisha has a very tragic personal story that surrounds her childhood, she is in far more danger than she realizes with the open invitation she gave to Satan and his host of demons to influence and possess her.

I’m sure those who friend and defend her will simply brush this off, and of course those are the people who do not take God’s word about the spiritual wickedness in high places seriously. Eph 6:12.

It would be my hope and prayer, that Trisha realizes that she has willingly opened herself up to the demonic kingdom, and that only Jesus Christ, not Buddha or Alara, nor Vishna, nor the writings of the Book of the Dead or Bagavhad Gita, can deliver her from the oppression that is only going to get worse. If Trisha thought events in her childhood were bad, she is totally unprepared for the damage that Satan intends on doing since he was invited to invade her. Satan is a thief that seeks to steal, kill, and destroy. John 10:10, and the longer Trisha avoids dealing with this issue, the greater Satan’s stronghold becomes.

And he [Jesus] said unto them, ” I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven”. Luke 10:18

And the devil that deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet are, and shall be tormented day and night for ever and ever. Revelation 20:10.

Only the power of the cross through the blood of Jesus Christ can defeat the devil and his angels. Rev 12:11. I truly hope that those that have likewise subjected themselves to such practices that offer an open door to the devil into their lives would seek the face of Jesus Christ for the victory that He has already obtained over evil, and of which He gives such abundance of life freely.

On a lighter note, Alara should have told Trisha we were going to write this!

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YOU MIGHT NOT BE A VICTIM ADVOCATE IF……
THE 12 STEP VICTIM ADVOCATE INDOCTRINATION PROGRAM
The following is the official creed of the so-called victim advocacy and anti-fundamentalist groups (Stuffed Undies Like, Do Right HAC, Do Right BJU, Do Right Do Right HAC, Chuckles Travels, Bible Madness, IFB Survivors, et al):

1. If you disagree with anything we say, you might not be a victim advocate.

2. We believe that everybody’s beliefs should be tolerated, unless you are a fundamentalist Christian. If you believe different from us, then you are supporting sexual abuse, and you might not be a real victim advocate.

3. We believe that everyone is entitled to their opinion, unless it is different from ours. If we disagree with you, we have the right to criticize you for not being tolerant of our opinions even though we are not tolerant of yours. If you have an opinion on that to the contrary, you are an abuser and might not be a victim advocate.

4. We are the sole arbiters of truth. What’s true to you is not true to us, but we will decide whether anything is true or not. Although we do not believe there is any way to tell if something is right or wrong on certain matters, our opinion is the final authority. If you disagree with that, you are supporting abusers and might not be a victim advocate.

5. If you think bullets 1-4 are redundant, you are an abuser, and might not be a victim advocate. Redundancy is key to our survival, even if you are unable to defend your position or accusations, continue to repeat the same lie over and over again until somebody believes you or just agrees with you. Failure to embrace redundancy is the trait of an abuser and you might not be a victim advocate. Failure to embrace redundancy is the trait of an abuser and you might not be a victim advocate.

6. We believe that all religions are good and accepted by God. If you believe that Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven, you are an abusive fundamentalist, Kool Aid drinker, and support sexual abuse of animals, and might not be a victim advocate.

7. If you believe that God gave us instructions in something called the Bible, you are a deceiver trying to control people so that you can sexually abuse them. We reserve the right to use the Bible when we need to point out hypocrisy in “Christians”, or when there is a verse that we can take out of context to prove our opinion, but over all the Bible is not the final authority on matters of faith and belief, we are, and if you disagree with that, you are not a loving person and might not be a victim advocate.

8. We don’t think that God has anything against homosexuality. Yes, there are 100 verses in the Bible about it, but we ignore those and tell everyone that’s not what they really mean and will never explain what they really DO mean. If you believe that God is against homosexuality, you are a hateful person and a bigot. Even if you are polite and caring in how you say it, to say that homosexuality is wrong in any manner is to show a hatred that is only rivaled by Hitler, and you might not be a victim advocate.

9. If you believe that there is right and wrong according to the Bible, then you are judging people [this is where the Bible that we do not believe in will be quoted: Matthew 7]. God is a God of love, Jesus never judged anyone. Even though he told people to repent, that didn’t mean to change your mind. Even though he forgave sins (Mark 2:7) he didn’t really mean they were sinners because that would be judging. A God of love has no rules or boundaries and anything that says that we can’t live our life the way that we feel like is not loving and is judgmental. However, we reserve the right to judge you for judging us, and if you think that is unfair, you are an immoral person with no rules or boundaries and might not be a victim advocate.

10. We believe that it is God’s divine will to make fun of Christians, especially fundamentalists, but if you do it, you are an abuse supporter. Criticizing our method of therapy is ungodly, unloving and unchristian and if you don’t like it, you promote beating of spouses and might not be a victim advocate.

11. We will never ever quote anything you say or write the way you said it. What you said isn’t really what you meant to say, so we will rephrase it the way that we feel that you meant to say it, and then we will block you from any further communication because once we have rewritten your statement, it is now our story, and you forfeit the right to clarify what you said. If you believe that is wrong, you are a child abuser and a lying fundy and might not be a victim advocate.

12. When we get to a point where the person we confront is clearly smarter and more educated than we are, and has the potential to make us look foolish by debating them, we will call for a group huddle, tell each other that we are right no matter how much that Doctor made sense. We will then figure out other ways to attack! Whether it’s personal attacks (lying and creating false statements and caricatures are acceptable, remember God is love and there are no rules unless somebody’s actions offend one in our cult), reporting them to Facebook or their webmaster, and possibly the FBI because clearly they are involved in a conspiracy to abuse people and that falls under the RICO act, and they are obviously not victim advocates.

For further information, please contact Darrell Dow, Christopher Peterman, Jeffrey Hoffman, Trisha Lacroix, Jocelyn Zichterman, Dwayne Walker, or Teresa Frye.

This story is so vile that I am not going to post the pictures or the links to them. It is wholly unthinkable that a person that claims to be a leader of a victim abuse group, many of whom claim sexual abuse, would stoop to such levels as the recent email I just received about Trisha Lacroix.

According to numerous emails and some with the screenshots, Trisha had her leg wrapped around a pole that had the name of a now deceased fundamental Baptist preacher, Joe Boyd, on it. The pose drew immediate attention from group members, one even called it “poll dancing”. The comments then denigrated into describing the poll as the cross of Jesus Christ because there was a shadow effect that made the street sign appear to look like a cross. There were no objections by her faithful followers, and a friend of mine on another forum made a public post about it and was viciously attacked, slandered, and threatened. (One follower even sent her a picture of “Jesus” giving her the middle finger.)

It gets better. To take matters a step further, apparently Trisha hosted photos on her personal site of her grabbing the genital area of a statue of Jack Hyles. A few members have told me she has since removed them. Regardless of what I or anyone else think about the presence of that statue, to lower one’s self to such degrading acts just shows the nature of how depraved and immoral this group is.

Furthermore, apparently Trisha has now posted a new profile picture donning a bikini with partial nudity. ON A SEXUAL VICTIM ABUSE ADVOCACY PAGE!

Today, Trisha made the following command on her group page to members who were discussing theology. Her response was to Jerry Kaifetz, who wrote a book entitled “Profaned Pulpit: The Jack Schaap Story”. While I disagree with many of Jerry’s cohorts and why he associates with them, he has his reasons, but with a PhD, he has attempted to keep some stability within the DRHAC group, and what Trisha posted below is exactly why these type of associations do not work:

Trisha Lacroix: MEMBERS>>>>I have been out of town and discovered upon my return that members are posting theology discussions. That is not the intent of our group. Instead of us discussing theology…why don’t we do something positive like discussing how we can help victims to heal. How we can make a change in this world of abuse. How we can live our lives with more grace. How we can grow and nuture [sic] others. Having this banter on theology gets us nowhere…we did it in our IFB days. We put up with it in our IFB days… it was forced down our throats. Let’s move from arguing over the silliness of theology and put beauty out in the world by helping others. Tell me, what can each one of us do to change someone’s life today? How can we support one another? How can we hold each other up? I don’t care about theology… I care about your heart and the healing you are receiving.

While members are free to discuss atheism, Jeffrey Hoffman posting his regular rants about homosexual sympathy, and discussions about how fundamentalists are wrong about certain Biblical doctrines (slandering a Bible doctrine is OK, having a rational discussion about one as Jerry Kaifetz was doing is NOT acceptable), they are not free to discuss theology in an open group. Many of the members of the DRHAC were ex-members or recent members of a fundamental church. Although many are disgruntled toward the IFB churches, many have maintained some form of desire to remain Christian (regardless of how liberal that form may be) but as Trisha has exercised increasing control over the group, her true colors have continued to surface, and that statement above, which was pinned above Jack Schaaps sentencing, and the death of Brent Stevens, shows that in a survivor group, Trisha was more concerned about the group avoiding theology, than about the person that they claim was their target (Jack Schaap) and obtaining justice for the mysterious death of a 17 month old child.

Any Christian whether fundamentalist or not should be appalled by these above facts. If this doesn’t bother you, you have absolutely no moral compass. To display half nude photos on a supposed survivor group page for sexual abuse victims, and posing in a stripper pose on what was called the cross of Christ is just plain blasphemous. But know this, GOD IS NOT MOCKED.

I wouldn’t doubt if Trisha’s next contact for a media moment will be a publication owned by Hugh Heffner.

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ON a side note, it is no secret that one of our admins, Marisa, and I have not seen eye to eye on a variety of issues, and I must publicly apologize for my response to her. Her and I and her husband made a harmless wager, that if she could do more push-ups than I could within 60 seconds, I would check my emails from her and post an article based on the information she provided and then admit the unthinkable. Even though my back hurt, and I had not yet had any coffee, she beat me by 3 push-ups. So with reluctance, and because I am a sore loser, “I got my theology from a woman”. Happy now?

In a recent post by Monica Weimer, regular Do Right Hyles Anderson Facebook group contributor (DRHAC), Monica posts the following article taken from the “Church of Satan”

Third, we call for the re-establishment of Lex Talionis throughout human society. The Judeo-Christian tradition which exists secularly under the guise of liberal humanism has exalted the criminal over the victim, taking responsibility away from the wrong-doer with their doctrine of forgiveness. Such thinking is a disgrace towards the ideal of justice. This must stop! Individuals must be held accountable for the consequences of their actions, and not be allowed to scapegoat society, history, or other supposed “outside” influences. It should come as no surprise that many Satanists are part of law enforcement agencies, and a large number of people throughout this and other criminal justice systems who fully agree with Satanic philosophy on this point. If the law is not being enforced, Satanists advocate the practice of seeking personal justice, but you are warned to be fully aware of the consequences of such actions in today’s corrupt society. With the present state of affairs, the outcry may yet come to welcome justice back to stay.”~~~Magus Peter H. Gilmore

Monica follows up the article with here take on it as follows:

And we were told that Satanists are evil. I am reading the Church of Satan’s website to see what they really believe and practice. We have been lied to by those who know nothing about Satanism.

We have had conversations before with Monica on this site where she admitted to adhering to atheism and was openly hostile to Christianity. So I am not surprised to this article on the DRHAC page, especially with the other philosophies that this group adheres to. What I am surprised to see though are the several members I thought at least maintained some form of Biblical based beliefs defending this post.

Does it matter what Satanists “really believe”? Two things are known fact about Satanists: they glorified Satan, and they are openly hostile towards any form of Biblical Christianity. But, according to the Church of Satan, and Monica, we Christians have “misrepresented” their real beliefs. Although I suppose the very name they gave themselves, “Church of Satan” isn’t caveat enough, suppose I started a “church” and called it “The Church of Baby Killers”, would it really be necessary to accurately explain every tenet of “faith” that I held when the name itself implies something ominous?

Monica then encourages the group to “…. explore and learn outside your norm, research other philosophies, challenge yourself to see how much you have been lied to about them.” Translation: study anything but Christianity. Be openly tolerant of all views accept for those that revolve around the Bible. Research material that is intellectually dishonest, shallow in reasoning, absent of evidence, and full of supposition and hateful rhetoric towards Christians.

What did tickle me though was one member claiming they are saved but do not wish to “demonize” other beliefs. How does one inaccurately “demonize” a “religion” that openly claims to submit to demons! It is this type of compromise from Christians that are willing to embrace the beliefs and fellowship of other philosophies that are antagonist to even their own professions that make groups like the DRHAC poisonous to Christians, but for the sake of a common cause (exposing the corruption in churches), they are willing to trade in their Bibles for pitchforks.

As those of you who have read our article on the Trisha Fundamental Revolution Occult were aware, our site had posted information about Trisha Lacroix, founder of the Do Right Hyles Anderson Facebook page, that stated she was never a member of the First Baptist Church of Hammond. This information was based on a lengthy conversation that I had with Eddie Wilson, FBC spokesperson, and 2 emails from FBC staff.

However, credible information surfaced that I received this week with photos of Trisha Lacroix in a HAC yearbook that included Trisha Lacroix, and while I am no expert on the policies of HAC attendance, I would assume that some type of church attendance would be required. Thus it appears that Trisha Lacroix did in fact attend HAC for at least 2 years, and therefore we apologize for posting inaccurate information provided to us.

We do however though, have two major issues that we would like Trisha to address. If we are willing to admit our mistakes, then we would hope she would do the same.

ISSUE NUMBER 1, the Eddie Lapina Tapes

In or about September of 2011, Trisha claimed that she had audio tapes of Eddie Lapina admitting to a cover up of additional Jack Schaap crimes or at least cover up of details concerning the current crime for which he is incarcerated for and awaiting sentencing. Within the week that she claimed they would be posted, she retracted the claim with a statement that avowed that the tapes were in the possession of a grand jury.

The convening of any grand jury could not be verified by any of our legal team staff or attorney friends, but we do not deny the possibility of a grand jury considering all of the allegations that surfaced regarding Schaap’s finances and the potential for additional victims as it is reasonable to conclude that those who have an attraction to minors did not just start having an attraction to them at 54 years of age. We then do not doubt the possibility of a grand jury being convened, it was never verified.

After many members in the  Do Right Hyles Anderson (DRHAC) left over this issue, Trisha then stated that the information was given to a reputed journalist, and would be available in an article published by the Chicago Magazine. The Chicago Magazine released it’s article entitled “Let Us Prey” which derived much of it’s source of information about Jack Schaap, Jack Hyles and First Baptist Church from Voyle Glover (Attorney and former FBC member), Jerry Kaifetz (Ph.D. and former FBC insider), Dr. David Cloud and Dr Robert Sumner. Absent from the 7 page article was any mention of a cover up by Eddie Lapina or the mention of any tapes or any links where said evidence could be heard.

If there is evidence of a cover up, we would gladly post it on this site. If there is not, then we would like for Trisha to simply admit that there was never any audio tape of Eddie Lapina.

ISSUE NUMBER 2: Falsified Resume

Information was submitted to us that Trisha Lacroix had claimed that she had a marketing degree from Hyles Anderson College. Trisha then made a 13 numbered response on the DRHAC page which denounced that she ever had a marketing degree from HAC and that her resume did not reflect that (screenshot posted below at the end of this article).

However, several press releases, such as one by the JDH Group, stated the following:

“Trisha brings more than 10 years of sales, marketing and account management experience with her, along with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Hyles Anderson College in Crown Point , IN. She began her career as an account manager for Exhibit Dynamics in Dallas, TX. [1] (emphasis added).

JDH executive staff stated to us in a telephonic interview that new employees prepare their own press releases, and thus whatever information was prepared for the press release, was the creation of the employees themselves.

Now giving Trisha the benefit of a doubt  perhaps one company could have made a mistake. However, the same resume surfaced on another company she worked for called MG Designs [2]

Therefore, we would welcome an explanation from Trisha as to the anomaly contained within her statement that she never had a degree in marketing (which HAC has never offered) compared to her press releases for a couple of the companies she has worked for that claim she had a BA in marketing from Hyles Anderson College.

Certainly evidence such as this lends to the credibility or lack thereof toward Trisha’s reign over her group members. Trisha has attempted to start a group called “Fundamental Revolution” that offers merchandise with the group logo available for purchase, and if a potential customer were to spend, for example, $45 for a sweat-shirt, it is reasonable to inquire as to whether the product being marketed is being promoted by a credible source.

It also demonstrates that if the allegations are true, that Trisha defrauded her employers by receiving wages from them under false pretenses. Since these companies appear to be marketing companies, it is very likely that Trisha would have been chosen over other applicants by demonstrating she had a marketing degree. If she has in fact been dishonest about that, that would reasonably call into question her motives and credibility for other claims that she has made on her group page as well as the motives and credibility of others within the group that support her. You can not have it both ways, it is blatantly hypocritical to vilify fundamentalist churches of cover ups while maintaining the same type of dishonesty that you accuse abusers of.

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Trisha (Patricia) Kee/Lacroix is the founder of the ‘Do Right Hyles Anderson’ movement along with Jocelyn Zichterman,  among several other “DO RIGHT” groups and the Fundamental Revolution (FR). We are first going to discuss the FR logo, then Linda Hyles Murphy’s influence, followed by the beliefs, practices and endorsements of Trisha that clearly show the cultic and occultic nature of this group. (UPDATE March 25: Further evidence has surfaced that adds credence to the claims of this article that show Trisha giving credit to a psychic for the success of her personal life and HER group here)

*Mid section was painted over by sender due to the lewd appearance

It must be kept in mind that most people think of “occult” as some blatant devil worshiping monster, with satanic rituals, sacrifices, blood drinking maniacs, and although there are a few religions and groups that actually do practice that, the not-so-blatant forms of it are more sinister. The Bible not only condemns the blatant cults, but also the seemingly innocent ones that most Christians are too naive and ignorant to see through. “And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. Eph 5:11. The critics on Trisha’s site who make lite of the accusations posted here, who think it’s OK for a Christian to quote Buddha, approve of atheist and homosexuals criticizing the Bible, a group leader who praises “the book of the dead” are MOCKING GOD and are playing a dangerous game with matters they have obviously not studied. It is more convenient for them to mock the evidence then to give the facts an honest evaluation.

Some of these issues that we begin with may seem petty to the average reader, but you have to understand their importance to the persons who utilized them to correctly assess their agenda.

THE FUNDAMENTAL REVOLUTION LOGO

The link to their website is posted after this paragraph, and the first thing you will notice is the logo at the top of the page. It has the Fundamental Revolution with the evol of Revolution written backwards and highlighted in red which is a well known occult practice that is used to identify cult members of particular sects, and with the highlighted red portion of ‘love’, since we Americans read left to right, the first thing you see is EVOL or EVIL) {The British occultist Aleister Crowley chose the spelling to differentiate the occult from state magic and defined it as “the Science and Art of causing Change to occur in conformity with Will”, including both “mundane” acts of will as well as ritual.  *** . Alleister Crowley stated that to use words to effect change  for “the law of reversal” one must ” learn to write backwards. . .” (Magick in Theory and Practice, 1929). Not only does the word appear to say evil at first glance, but the law of reversal means that by placing love backwards in the word it will effect hate towards fundamentalism. And if this seems to “out there”, consider that a recent post from a DRHAC member was praising the Church of Satan founded by Anton LaVey who relied heavily on the writings of Alleister Crowley. (see our article on Trisha Lacroix Correction.)

 Fundamental Revolution site

Now once you see the website and the logo, keep in mind all of the above about the backward writing. Now let me show you something that is FREAKY. This is the url for their logo. Go ahead, click it http://fundamentalrevolution.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/logo2.png Most urls for photo locations dont have a separation of the logo as this one does. The website designer used an “I-frame” block for the logo, but allowed any user that inspects the element the see what you just saw. EVOL. Within occultic groups, symbolism and logo is everything.

Admin Ty Duncan, with Approval by Trisha Lacroix, blaspheming Jesus Christ

This may seem petty or insignificant to some (and we’re not done yet) but it is very significant to cult members. And those who overlook these simple little matters never stop and ask, just why DID they write their logo like this?

The next issue is with their slogan:

OUT OF THE ASHES BEAUTY WILL RISE

Now at first glance this would appear to be taken from Isaiah 61:3. However, keep in mind that Satan always mimics matters belonging to God. 2 Cor 11:4.  Isaiah 61:3 God details an EXCHANGE of beauty for ashes, meaning He takes your ashes and gives beauty, there is NOTHING in Isaiah 63:1 that implies that the beauty ARISES FROM THE ASHES.

So then where does this come from if not Isaiah? Glad you asked:

The term ‘out of the ashes beauty will rise’ is a VERY SPECIFIC term used in the Illuminati and Free Masonry. It is based on Egyptian mythology that the Pheonix will burn and arise from the ashes back to life. In the Illuminati, it is the story of Lucifer flying out of the ashes of hell to reign in beauty on the earth. For your own research you can visit the links below from the cults own websites that explain this.

Now this does not mean that Trisha and/or any of her group are members are an actual member of these groups, but this serves to show where their slogan is derived, and considering Trisha’s admission to studying numerous other religions, it is very likely that she has studied and incorporated the beliefs from these groups from which this slogan is derived.

MASONIC WEBSITE

PHOENIX HISTORY

ILLUMINATI

THE LOTUS FLOWER

There is further symbolism in the groups Fundamental Revolution Facebook page where T-Shirts are sold with an alternative FR logo containing the Yellow Lotus (see here)which is the Tibetan Buddhist Symbol (Handbook of Tibetan Buddhist Symbols) and one of Trisha’s favorite resources to post quotes on the Do Right Hyles Anderson FB page is from the Tibetan Book of the Dead (sceenshot posting after this article or click here if you don’t feel like waiting to get to the end!).

The website is not complete yet (with the exception of the “Make a Donation” tab) but there is enough there to PROVE that there are occult and cultic themes within Trisha’s FR group.

LINDA HYLES MURPHY

We believe that Lindy Murphy has been burned by her father, and unfortunately has turned to faith in Jesus Christ to the god of humanism. While we are not saying for certain that Linda’s involvement with Trisha goes beyond Trisha merely using Linda’s testimony on the FR site, we believe it is still necessary to show the background of Linda Murphy, and how it has influenced Trisha.

The first video you see, is the testimony of Linda Hyles Murphy, a 17:40 documentary of her life in the “cult” of First Baptist Church of Hammond. But what most people will miss is the group she belongs to that sponsored this event. Now this part may be a little boring but it’s important to show the foundation of Linda Murphy’s influence on these groups.

The group is TED (Technology Engineering and Development)  Pay attention now!

Ted’s primary spokesperson, Chris Anderson gives the following statement on the TED website:

ED’s Chris Anderson says the rise of web video is driving a worldwide phenomenon he calls Crowd Accelerated Innovation — a self-fueling cycle of learning that could be as significant as the invention of print. But to tap into its power, organizations will need to embrace radical openness. And for TED, it means the dawn of a whole new chapter …”

Crowd Accelerated Innovation is an oft used term used by Illuminati as a tool that will be used in the future to BRAINWASH mass media, and those who know prophecy know that the antichrist will certainly need technology such as this to reach a worldwide audience. This technology could likely be what God uses as described in 2 Thess ch2 “and God shall send them strong delusion that they should believe a lie”. There was  controversy over these type of techniques  as far back as  President Eisenhower warning the American’s in a farewell speech of the dangers of such programs. There is even an official government patent for the use of ‘mind control’ devices ( US PATENT 5159703 ). This technology was credited for the surrender of thousands of Iraqi troops during the Gulf War.

Although this technology may be far-fetched without evidence to support its veracity, it is the BELIEF in the technology that poses an issue for a Christian who supports these groups.

Chris Anderson goes on to say, “… the rich use of multiple technologies, formats and approaches for the most powerful possible impact on an audience. But the term covers more than just form and format. Content will span the full spectrum of knowledge TED stands for, from dazzling technology and leading-edge science to the richest veins of human creativity and interconnection.”[1] If that isn’t clear enough new age globalist language there’s more.

There is a list of primary sponsored speakers for the group. Most of them are all labeled as “Futurist”. What is a futurist?  An occult clan. [Not to be confused with Futurist Theology which is the belief that Revelation and many prophecies of the Bible have a yet future fulfillment as opposed to the Historicist and Preterist view that Revelation has been fulfilled.]They are concerned about a “leaderless world order” [2] , promote a “NEW AGE of business”  and yes, they have a religious agenda[3] (imagine that, no really, imagine…oh but hey, Al Gore was a member so at least they are concerned about global warming!)

TED is a PR arm for transhumanism [3.1] Click here for a list of TED sponsored videos that cover a variety of humanist topics

Speakers for TED are known as ‘Fellows’. This is part of the ritualist labeling of Free Masonry

Now let’s get back to Linda. In her video, she champions a counselor for her success, Mary Vernon. Mary Vernon is a counselor at Crossroads Counseling & Neurofeedback. If you read her short bio, “”Each of us has been in the marriage and family therapy field for over 20 years. During this time, we have looked at alternative treatments but found none with results as significant as neurofeedback. Now, because of advances in computers and more accurate ways to view and understand the brain, neurofeedback is often the treatment of choice for many conditions, providing better results faster.” [4]

Neurofeedback therapy, also called neurofeedback training (NFT), is method of teaching a trainee or patient to alter physical and psychological states. It is accomplished by using monitoring equipment that provides real time feedback to patient about their brain activity. It is well known that it was developed by New Age medical practitioners. It is no more than the same methods used in Scientology to brainwash you from symptoms but with advanced electron implements.

Not one time in Linda’s speech does she mention the Bible or Jesus Christ. In her 3 values that she learned, the first one was  “Freedom. Freedom to determine MY OWN VALUE SYSTEM” well that explains why Jesus was never mentioned. In fact, I can’t remember seeing any quotes from Trisha mentioning the name of Jesus. You have to be careful of those who use “religious language” (like Obama, and then gives a speech to a college group criticizing the Bible [5] ). Just because someone uses the word “God” and “grace” in their rhetoric does not mean they are CHRISTIAN.  Ask Trisha what they mean by “redemption” without Christ! (You know , kind of like how the NIV explains redemption while removing the “through his blood” part in Col 1:14)

Linda makes it perfectly clear she doesn’t want religion discussed on her facebook page.[6]She would rather talk on a patio where “There is nothing like nature to help us connect with our souls. “[7] and for $150 a session (with a 6 session minimum) you will need a financial consultant and a second job. Linda’s explanation of her services make it clear that she is a futurist. The opening statement of their description of Life Coaching “Coaching is future-focused, motivating, inspiring, energizing, positive and action-driven” is a clear indication of that as it is the same philosophy of the other futurist speakers for TED. Whatever ever happened to “take no thought for the morrow”. Jesus was apparently not using” positive, transformational conversation.”  According to Linda’s testimony you don’t need Christ because “You do have within you what it takes to set yourself free; sometimes you just need someone else to help you tap into those inner resources.”

All of the above with the background from TED and Mary Evans provide the foundation that has shaped Linda Murphy’s philosophy which is 110% pure unadulterated humanistic, new age occultism.

TRISHA LACROIX

Since this article was first published, Trisha has admitted to embracing the beliefs and teachings of the New Age movement, Buddhism, and other various religions, so we have eliminated much of the former material that was used to prove what she was involved in.

On November 9, 2012, Trisha stated:

“13. My religious beliefs… I am not religious. I am not a member of any church. I am spiritual. I take ideas/beliefs and I have created my own internal faith. Everything from Christian, Buddhist, New Age beliefs and have incorporated them into my life. I do believe in God. I pray constantly…my life is a prayer. I meditate. I read books on how to become a better person. I believe in Jesus as my Savior. But I do not and will not conform to a religion. Religion separates people and most wars are started because of religious differences. In my opinion, religion is for people who are afraid of going to hell. Spirituality is for people who have already been through hell. That is my belief. I do not think anyone needs to believe how I believe. Its my own faith. Its personal. And I believe everyone should worship in a way that feeds their soul… So I support our Baptist people, Atheists, Catholics, Buddhists, New Agers, Methodists, Lutherans…whatever you are… if it makes you a better person…I support your belief system.”

Trisha also belongs to a group called People of the Second Chance, and this appears to be where she gets her definition of “grace” from.PEOPLE OF THE SECOND CHANCE, and their official website here
This group is by far no where near Christian and is about as HUMANISTIC as it gets. Their members use the term radical grace, and grace freely with absolutely NO MENTION OF CHRIST. Their motto is “Overthrow judgment, liberate love”. They have 5 “lifemarks”: courage, tenacity, empathy, purpose, hope. None of the “lifemarks” mention purpose as being crucified with Christ and hope as being the blessed hope of Titus 2:13. Their definition is that “Hope lifts the human spirit and believes in a better tomorrow.” This is pure humanism. The “human spirit” is born wicked and deceitful. It must be crucified with Christ. Furthermore, this “second chance” philosophy has it’s roots in L. Ron Hubbards Scientology cult. It began as “Deadly Vipers” but was shut down because of racism.

There is a list of their “target audience” and number 4 states, “4. You have experienced or you are currently seeking a powerful second chance MOMENT that will radically alter your life and mission.”(emphasis added)What kind of “MOMENT” could there possibly be that would change ones life that can do a better job than Christ?? POTSC explain that “We are radically inclusive and work diligently to produce “human” messages and not religious ones.” (emphasis added)

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Although Trisha appears to use a progressive Christianity approach within her group, the intentions of the group were made clear by the partner that helped her start the group, Jocelyn Zichterman.

“Trisha Lacroix MEMBERS>>>>I wanted to take a moment why we are here…it’s to support victims. To validate one another. It’s to find healing, care about one another and to experience radical grace. I’d like to caution everyone about what you post. The outside world see’s this group…….We have found something enriching that we never thought possible. We found ourselves and a faith (regardless of what it is) that works. Trisha. (emphasis added).

THE ABSURDITY OF UNITY FOR A COMMON CAUSE

Let’s use an example here. Say we Christians are angry about American policies, and we want to vent our frustrations in hopes that someone will hear our voices. So some concerned angry Americans create a group. But, we need some followers. Who has the most in common with us that is angry enough at America to join us? Aha!!!! MUSLIMS So we will create a group and invite all the Muslims to join us to criticize American politics.

Now if you believe that would be absurd, if you are a Christian mad at the church, regardless of the fact you may have legitimate reasons, why on earth would you join a group of unbelievers, atheists, new agers and occult adherents to discuss your complaints against the church??

While we applaud Trisha’s effort to want to see change in certain fundamentalist churches and colleges, her motives are highly questionable, and the method in which she has advocated have served to destroy the faith of many which can not be entirely blamed on the abusers within the IFB.

A WORD TO THE CHRISTIANS

The Bible is clear that as a believer we should not:

14Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? 15And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?16And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.17Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you” 2 Corinthians 6:14-17

While many may be angry at the abuse that has occurred in the IFB as well as other churches, God will still hold each one of us accountable for how we respond to it. Abuse is not the fault of Jesus, and it’s not as though Christ has been taken by surprise and is unaware of the abuse. But to respond to abuse by turning ones back on God and sharing in fellowship with those who are hostile toward Christianity as a whole only serves to exacerbate the harm caused to victims by separating them from the only One that truly loves and understands them like nobody else, for He too, was abused, mocked, shamed and ultimately crucified.

Bad communications corrupt good manners (I Cor 15:33), and the Psalms warn us that the Israelites mingled with the heathen, and learned their ways. Ps 106:35.  God NEVER condones any child of His to fellowship with a group of unbelievers, homosexuals, atheists, and other religions that are contrary to the gospel in order to achieve a “greater good”. There is no greater good on earth than sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ, how He died for sinners and only in Him can one be made whole.

We thank and praise the Lord that many Christians have left these groups, and we hope and pray that Trisha as well as leaders of the other “Do Right” groups would consider what they are doing to others and consider even their own beliefs that are contrary to the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Sources to get started on studying the New Age Movement.

The New Age Movement. Watchmen

 Psycho Heresy Awareness Ministry

 The Seduction of Christianity Pt4

Invisible Empire: A New World Order Definded (Video)