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Frank Houston the founder of Hillsong- gay- and a child rapist

 

The self-confessed lifelong secret pedophile Frank Houston founded Hillsong in Sydney in 1977 at age 55. For the previous four decades he’d been secretly and opportunistically sexually abusing unsuspecting children- male children aged 7 to 12 were his preferred demography. Most pedophiles have their preferred demography for their sex abuse victims.

If little boys aged 7 to 12 weren’t accessible, he’d sexually abuse male teens. His tactics were always aggressive secretive cunning lying and predatory.

At Hillsong Church since they don’t have the Presence of the Holy Spirit they have to pretend and manipulate the assembled gullible.

Here is an interesting article from the Hillsong Church Watch website.

A former disillusioned Hillsong pastor, Pastor David, explains the inner workings and manipulations of spiritual life by Hillsong leaders.

These manipulators are tutored by “Pastor” Donna Crouch, a leading Hillsong leader and the sole woman on the Australian Christian Churches Executive.

Donna Crouch and Joel A’Bell are two puppets and stooges of Brian Houston of Hillsong on ACC Executive. Brian Houston negotiated to have two representatives out of nine members before he stood down as ACC President due to his father’s pedophile scandal.

The use of MK (mind control) techniques and covert manipulations is how life is at Hillsong without the Holy Spirit to help them. A self-help man-made substitute Hillsong holy spirit.

Pastor David was a pastor at Garden City Church in Brisbane, a long established Australian Christian Churches church, when Pastor Brian Houston did a subterfuge take-over when the pastor was on leave.

Sound familiar?

This is the type of behaviour “Pastor” Brian Houston of Hillsong, his father “Pastor” Frank Houston (now deceased) the pedophile founder of Hillsong Church, and “Pastor” Neville Johnson of Academy of Light Perth regard as normal.

"Pastor" Neville Johnson former pastor of 3000 member Queen Street Assemblies of God in the 1970s. Lost his job because he liked blow jobs with a succession of three young church secretaries. Now in Perth and has a website Academy of Light. A false prophet and financial scammer.

“Pastor” Neville Johnson former pastor of the 3000 member Queen Street Assemblies of God in Auckland New Zealand in the 1970s. Bobbie Houston’s family’s pastor in the 1970s. Lost his job because he liked blow jobs with a succession of three young church secretaries. Now in Queensland and has a website Academy of Light. Still a false prophet and financial scammer.

 

“Pastor” Neville Johnson bumped the pastor out at Queen Street Assemblies of God, Auckland, New Zealand in the early 1970’s when the pastor was away holidays and Neville took over. A kind of Christian coup d’etat.

 

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Hillsong watch website article. My comments follow the article:

“So does Brian Houston “pay” those leaders who sit on the front row to be ‘yes’ men? Well, this following insight from an ex Hillsong pastor will help open our eyes to the manufactured Hillsong preaching and worship environment.

We are thankful that he is this courageous to stand up and show us these insights into Hillsong. It is our prayer that other leaders like this do likewise for the sake of Christ and his church.

He writes,

Hi there,

Thanks for the updates, really appreciate it.

My name is David (real name by the way) and I was a full-time pastor at Garden City Christian Church in Brisbane (2006-2009) when Hillsong took it over; I still worked in that same capacity under the Hillsong banner until July 2010 when decided to resign. Actually, I preached on that Sunday morning service at Garden City when the “voting” to become Hillsong took place (April 2009).

The reason for this email is to share my own personal experience with Hillsong, which wasn’t positive at all. What I witnessed first hand there as an “insider member of the pastoral team and staff” really shocked me (back then I already had over 23 years in full-time ministry). I had a glimpse of how that religious business operate. Among many things, I would like to mention a couple at this stage:

1) One weekday, right after the “take over”, Donna Crouch came from Sydney to teach and show us “how to create the atmosphere” during a Hillsong service. We were told straight away that preparing the room with dimmed lights, darker paint, loud music, smiles, cool dressing, could help create an atmosphere for God to operate in our midst (her words). She then (together with a few helpers) demonstrated to us how to do it (either at the auditorium or up the platform); rehearsal then followed by some of us practicing how to “do church service at Hillsong as a staff member.” Basically, we were told to: “choreograph our worship with raised arms, closed eyes, occasional jumping and occasional shouts.” If rostered to go up the platform for announcements, prayer, offerings or preaching, to make sure we would go up the steps fast, on a hype, expressing joy and excitement, really “pumped”. Looking downcast in front of the crowd was an “absolute NO.” We were told that, in Hillsong culture, verbal and body language is everything (“your language locates you”).

2) One Sunday morning during the service, I was sitting in the front row with my wife paying attention to the preacher when I received a text message from a guy brought up from Sydney – Steve Mawston – to help implement Hillsong culture in Brisbane. He was there in the same service sitting opposite to me at the other aisle. I showed my wife the text message which read: “David, your aisle is very quite during the service. Now is the time for you to start shouting “yes”, “yeah”, “amem” and “preach it” , raise your arms and make some noise to liven it up a bit so others might follow suit and do likewise.” That really saddened my heart when I noticed how things are fabricated and simulated in order to create a hype during the service and portray an apparent image of “revival, worship and spirituality.” I really feel for those who still work there as I believe they must be lost in what’s true worship and what’s just done to impress the crowd and please others. Young people are surely the most vulnerable and easy victims of brainwash.

Hope it helps shed some light on the “hillsong phenomena.”

Keep up the good work in exposing them.

God can’t be mocked!

Bless you heaps,

David

Source: David, A Hillsong victim’s experience…, Hillsong Church Watch, http://hillsongchurchwatch.com/2014/09/09/a-hillsong-victims-experience/#comment-8414, September 11, 2014 at 7:40 am. (Accesse 16/09/2014.)

I’ll reprint the above article now and make comments as I work through it.

 

My comments:

 

The writer Donald Elley of Bellingen

The writer Donald Elley of Bellingen. Got a Hillsong headache.

 

Unlike Pastor David who emailed his comments to Hillsong watch anonymously, I don’t care who knows who I am.

Brian Houston is a menace to Christianity. He should go and sell real estate or something.

 

"Pastor" Brian Houston. Winding up the bull-dust levels.

“Pastor” Brian Houston. Winding up the bull-dust levels.

 

My comments are in violet on Hillsong Church Watch’s introduction and Pastor David’s email reprinted below:

Hillsong Church Watch comment:

So does Brian Houston “pay” those leaders who sit on the front row to be ‘yes’ men?

My comments:

This is standard fare at Hillsong and C3 in Oxford Falls, Sydney. At C3 the pastors are required to sit in the front row. There it’s more of a boys club where Phil Pringle and others make in-jokes with “the boys” (pastors) in the front row.

 

"Doctor Phil" Pringle

 

You’d definitely have to suck it up and suck it in to make it at Hillsong or C3.

“Pastor” Brian Houston can be very intimidating. “Doctor Phil” Pringle is highly controlling.

Brian has a very bad temper when he doesn’t get his own way and can really throw his toys around. Ask Geoff Bullock.

Brian learnt all his bad behaviour off his dad re covert intimidation, bullying, graft and manipulation, then added in a few monkey tricks of his own.

 

"Pastor" Brian Houston of Hillsong Basilica Baulkham Hills Sydney Australia. In full cermonial attire

“Pastor” Brian Houston of Hillsong Basilica Baulkham Hills Sydney Australia. In full ceremonial attire.

 

Hillsong Church Watch comments:

Well, this following insight from a Hillsong/GCCC pastor will help open our eyes to the manufactured Hillsong preaching and worship environment.

We are thankful that he is this courageous to stand up and show us these insights into Hillsong. It is our prayer that other leaders like this do likewise for the sake of Christ and his church.

My comment:

Most Christian pastors and leaders within the Australian Christian Churches, C3 and other Pentecostal churches won’t say “boo” publicly for fear of getting shot down or losing their pension.

Ex-Garden City Pastor David:

He writes,

Hi there,

Thanks for the updates, really appreciate it.

My name is David (real name by the way)

My comment:

At least David ‘half- came out’.

Ex-Garden City Pastor David

and I was a full-time pastor at Garden City Christian Church in Brisbane (2006-2009) when Hillsong took it over; I still worked in that same capacity under the Hillsong banner until July 2010 when decided to resign. Actually, I preached on that Sunday morning service at Garden City when the “voting” to become Hillsong took place (April 2009).

My comment:

David lasted a year after Hillsong took over. That says a lot.

Ex-Garden City Pastor David

The reason for this email is to share my own personal experience with Hillsong, which wasn’t positive at all. What I witnessed first hand there as an “insider member of the pastoral team and staff” really shocked me (back then I already had over 23 years in full-time ministry). I had a glimpse of how that religious business operate. Among many things, I would like to mention a couple at this stage:

1) One weekday, right after the “take over”, Donna Crouch came from Sydney to teach and show us “how to create the atmosphere” during a Hillsong service. We were told straight away that preparing the room with dimmed lights, darker paint, loud music, smiles, cool dressing, could help create an atmosphere for God to operate in our midst (her words). She then (together with a few helpers) demonstrated to us how to do it (either at the auditorium or up the platform); rehearsal then followed by some of us practicing how to “do church service at Hillsong as a staff member.” Basically, we were told to: “choreograph our worship with raised arms, closed eyes, ocasional jumping and ocasional shouts.”

 

Donna Crouch. MK (mind-control) mistress at Hillsong Cult

Donna Crouch. MK (mind-control) mistress at Hillsong Cult.

 

My comment:

Very sad Brian Houston and Donna Crouch, the MK (mind-control) Maestro and Mistress of the Hillsong cult. You’ve really lost it. In fact you never had it. I doubt if you’re even born again.

Ex-Garden City Pastor David:

If rostered to go up the platform for announcements, prayer, offerings or preaching, to make sure we would go up the steps fast, on a hype, expressing joy and excitement, really “pumped”. Looking downcast in front of the crowd was an “absolute NO.” We were told that, in Hillsong culture, verbal and body language is everything (“your language locates you”).

 

Pope Brian Corpus Cunnilingus Copulus of Hillsong Cash Converters Cathedral Baulkham Hills. Positive body language.

Pope Corpus Cunnilingus Copulus of Hillsong Cash Converters Cathedral Baulkham Hills- former Brian Houston. Positive body language.

 

My comments:

The life of Brian.

The life of Brian. We can see how depressed you get at times Brian and you told the Royal Commission you’re on meds for depression.

Why don’t you stop lying, be a worthy Christian, go sell some of your $50 million personal assets and help the many victims of your dad, the founder of Hillsong’s sexual abuse.

After all your old pedo dad did all his dirty deeds as an ordained AOG/ ACC pastor and while in the same organisations as you are in prominent leadership in now.

You can change the organisations names but you won’t escape liability.

 

"Pastor" Frank Houston. Sicko kiddy fiddler. Liked little boys.

“Pastor” Frank Houston. Sicko kiddy fiddler. Liked little boys.

 

Ex-Garden City Pastor David:

2) One Sunday morning during the service, I was sitting in the front row with my wife paying attention to the preacher when I received a text message from a guy brought up from Sydney – Steve Mawston – to help implement Hillsong culture in Brisbane. He was there in the same service sitting opposite to me at the other aisle. I showed my wife the text message which read: “David, your aisle is very quite during the service. Now is the time for you to start shouting “yes”, “yeah”, “amem” and “preach it” , raise your arms and make some noise to liven it up a bit so others might follow suit and do likewise.”

My comment:

How sick can you get. I can’t believe these Australian Christian Churches Christians sometimes. The devil could do better.

 

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Ex-Garden City Pastor David:

That really saddened my heart when I noticed how things are fabricated and simulated in order to create a hype during the service and portray an apparent image of “revival, worship and spirituality.” I really feel for those who still work there as I believe they must be lost in what’s true worship and what’s just done to impress the crowd and please others. Young people are surely the most vulnerable and easy victims of brainwash.

My comment:

Yes, it’s those young believing Hillsongees plus the brain-washed faithful who keep the great Hillsong cash register ticking over.

 

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Ex-Garden City Pastor David:

Hope it helps shed some light on the “hillsong phenomena.”

Keep up the good work in exposing them.

God can’t be mocked!

Bless you heaps,

David

Source: David, A Hillsong victim’s experience…, Hillsong Church Watch, http://hillsongchurchwatch.com/2014/09/09/a-hillsong-victims-experience/#comment-8414, September 11, 2014 at 7:40 am. (Accesse 16/09/2014.)

 

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