T. Dexter Strikes Again

In the last post, I made a mistake. I said T. Dexter was going to be speaking at First Baptist Church of Glenarden on the Kettering (FBCGotK) last Wednesday. Actually, he’s going to be speaking tonight. I have no idea what he will be speaking on, and I have no idea how long the “service” is going to last.

The last time I heard him speak live was when the $55 million monument/mausoleum/memorial was dedicated several years ago. When he spoke he said some nebulous stuff about buildings indicating the future of the nation. And of course, the $55 million FBCGotK building is an indication of the legacy FBCGotK is leaving the county and the church.

Of course when I attended the dedication of the building, I had to park over a quarter mile away on a street with no sidewalks. It was cold, dark and the street was dark. I had to crowd into the building, find a seat in the balcony, and listen to a lot of people singing a couple of repetitive songs over and over again. All told, it cost me a good four hours of my time.

Well, I can’t be gone from home for that long now. And fortunately I won’t have be. If nothing else, FBCGotK is tech savvy. To you people in Glenarden, that means his team knows how to use the Internet to lure in more people.

FBCGotK has a live broadcast application and I can actually use it from the comfort of my own home to watch as T. Dexter butchers and twists the Word of God. And I can watch as people bring up money to the “altar”, laying money at the feet of the speaker.

And we can see if tries to turn men into a bunch of women the way he did at the Verizon Ceter several years ago.  

I hope to have a report for you tomorrow. Stand by.

6 Responses to “T. Dexter Strikes Again”

  1. Appalled Says:

    Makes my stomach do flip flops to hear ANYthing about this wolf

  2. Anonymous Says:

    And indeed it should, given the spiritual damage this wolf does. And he makes Christ look like a joke.

  3. Tee Says:

    T.D. Jakes is still speaking in churches? I thought he was a “life coach” nowadays….

  4. Anonymous Says:

    Have you considered Keith Battle and Zion Church

    • mhjones2001 Says:

      As a matter of fact, Keith was renting the old worship center from John K. Jenkins to hold services. I was a bus friend of one of the members of the congregation. It was, a lot of times, depressing to talk to him. At one point in our discussions, he asked if a Christian should read the Old Testament. I had to use all of my self-control to avoid slapping him, grabbing him by the shoulders, shaking him and shouting “Of course you should!” at the top of my lungs.

  5. DTymus Says:

    This is why I left this church years ago. It’s hard to find a real pastor.

    (MN: Try Temple Hills Baptist Church, Barnabas Road. West of 95)

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