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The Holy Spirit loves you deeply.

The Holy Spirit, the Gentle Dove of Heaven, loves you deeply.

 

Conventionally speaking and out of the greatest respect for God, if we write an adjective before or after one of God’s Names, after I did then, we should use a capital letter on the first letter of that adjective.

A small point. The benefits and wisdom with Christianity and life are in grasping and applying the detail well.

 

Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth.

 

In context:

Remind them of these things, and solemnly charge them in the presence of God not to wrangle about words, which is useless and leads to the ruin of the hearers. 15 Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth. 16 But avoid worldly and empty chatter, for it will lead to further ungodliness…

2 Timothy 2:15

 

My skills with words, writing and in knowing and understanding the Holy Bible and the ways of God weren’t established in five minutes.

It has taken a lifetime of tuition and diligence.

 

The writer Donald Elley. Likes to dot his 'i's and cross his 't's.

The writer Donald Elley. Likes to dot his ‘i’s and cross his ‘t’s.

 

My dear father and mother imparted to me all they knew.

 

This is my all-time favourite foto of dad: on holiday, wind-blown hair, his hairy eyebrows, his trusty binoculars, that quizzical "who-me" look. The ultimate free-spirit.

This is my all-time favourite foto of dad: on holiday, wind-blown hair, his hairy eyebrows, his trusty binoculars, that quizzical “who-me” look. The ultimate free-spirit.

Dad. A gentle and loving father. Dad used to think it was funny to wear silly hats and glasses.

Dad. A gentle and loving father. Dad used to think it was funny to wear silly hats and glasses.

mum and dad in Khandallah days. A pinnacle of dad's life. 1970s.

Mum and dad in Khandallah days. Dad, always free-wheeling and confident. Mum, faithful, very godly and a rock of God. A pinnacle of dad’s life. 1970s.

dad ditched the clerical dog collar in the mid 1970s

A hard-hitter. No lightweight. You knew where you stood. But he was very gentle and highly sensitive. Strength mixed with grace. Very godly. Very dignified. Dad wouldn’t take a backward step in the things of God. God’s causes. Dad and his evangelical ministerial colleagues and friends took on the liberals in the Presbyterian Church in the late 1960s and 1970s.

 

These are the types of men and woman we so need God to raise up in this generation, even if all my generation are sweep into the gutter.

 

When I think of the errant men of God who I have been writing about on this my personal blog-site since September 2012 I weep.

Literally weep.

Not feel like weeping. I weep.

 

My heart is in the greatest pain when I think about the carnage these errant men have caused.

 

I also get very angry about these men.

 

Frank Houston.

 

Pastor Frank Houston. Founder of hillsong. Extremely corrupt life-long pedophile.

Pastor Frank Houston. Founder of Hillsong. Extremely evil and corrupt life-long pedophile.

 

I started writing about Frank Houston on 13 September 2012 with my article on this site, ‘Pastor Frank Houston. part 1. Frank’s Houston’s pedophile activities’.

This article has been viewed by 16,000 people.

 

If you google ‘Frank Houston abuse’, it is the first article that will appear.

My article comes up ahead of Wikipedia, the Daily Telegraph, Sydney Morning Herald, ABC, London Daily Mail and other media.

It has been the first article if you google ‘Frank Houston abuse’ for over two years.

 

I started writing about Frank Houston, his pedophile activities and his many other faults, in September 2012 before the then Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard called the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

 

My articles were influential in the Royal Commission examining the Houstons, the ACC/ AOG and Hillsong church.

In fact Simeon Beckett, a leading Commission lawyer, quoted directly from the above article on Frank Houston when he outlined the history of the Assemblies of God and other introductory facts.

 

The Royal Commission has contacted me three times for information.

 

I introduced the Royal Commission to victim SA1 (my code name) and organised for him to give them a statement.

 

At that time in October last year, to my knowledge, no victims of Frank Houston were known to the Royal Commission in Australia apart from victim AHA from Coogee Beach, Sydney.

 

I also told them about victim WNZ1 from Wellington, New Zealand, who few people know. Only some immediate family, one pastor in New Zealand and me.

WNZ1 contacted me after reading my blog-site. The Australian Royal Commission have noted his existence.  They don’t need a statement off him because their brief is only to examine Australian cases of sexual abuse of minors (under 18’s).

 

The Royal Commission has uncovered 160,000 victims of Institutional Abuse of minors.

Staggering when you think that’s only the Institutional abuse. The problem of pedophilia is of epidemic proportions in Australia.

 

Neville Johnson

Neville Johnson. Liked oral sex with church secretaries.

Neville Johnson. Liked oral sex with church secretaries. 

 

This man has never repented of crimes against God and man in the 1970s, including having oral sex multiple times with a series of three young church secretaries, including his right hand man’s daughter, spiritual and moral deception and trashing and dumping Queen Street AOG Auckland and running away to Perth.

 

Queen Street AOG was the largest church in Australia or New Zealand at the time.

The  greatest of sins.

Frank Houston was far worse but Neville Johnson is up there in the bad pastor dudes stakes.

Neville Johnson is still ministering from an internet site “Academy of Light’ in Perth, Western Australia, and in a teaching ministry.

Avoid Neville Johnson like the plague.

 

Jim Williams Serial adulterer

 

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Jim Williams. Now dsenior pastor of...Don't go near the place.

Jim Williams. Now senior pastor House of Praise in Springwood, Queensland. Don’t go near the place.

 

This man is still ministering and should not be.

Jim Williams is another errant New Zealand pastor who should just go fishing or do gardening for old ladies and leave the Blessed Body of Christ, God’s Precious Jewel from Heaven, alone.

 

Jim Williams followed Frank Houston as the Head of the New Zealand Assemblies of God Church (AOG).

He was the 9th General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God in New Zealand was from October 1977 – 1985, an eight year term.

Sydney James “Jim” Williams was born on 11 September 1935.

Jim Williams is a former pastor and former leader of one of the most influential churches in the Assemblies of God in New Zealand in Hamilton.

He is currently pastoring in Queensland, Australia.

Jim Williams became a published author with a work based on the book of Proverbs called “Wisdom – the missing link”, a book on handling pastoral problems.

One of the most difficult things he had to manage as General Superintendent was the fallout following the revelation of the financial and moral failure of Neville Johnson then pastor of the largest church in Australasia, the Queen Street Assembly of God.

 

Departure from New Zealand

Williams left for Australia in March 1989, the leadership of the AOG then passing to Pastor Wayne Hughes. In Australia Williams served in what was then known as the Garden City Church in Brisbane.

 

Adultery

In 1994 the Executive of the NZ AOG received a letter from the Australian Assemblies stating that Williams had been guilty of adultery while pastor at the Hamilton AOG Assembly.

Williams was replaced as Pastor of the Garden City Christian Church by his deputy Senior Pastor, Pastor Geoff Holdway. Pastor Holdway differed from Williams charismatic style by focusing on a more fundamental adherence and teaching of scripture. This was based on his background in the Baptist theological seminary with a much more Pentecostal emphasis on scriptural interpretation.

At this time Williams was pastoring in Australia.

He lost his Australian credentials, but these were eventually returned after a time of counseling.

However he remained barred from ministry in the NZ AOG due to a failure to make any efforts to put the matter right in New Zealand.

In 2000 it became apparent that the extent of his sexual impropriety was much greater than admitted to the Australian body.

His credentials in New Zealand were permanently revoked for adulterous offences and other indiscretions involving different women over an extended period of years.

Following this the Hamilton Assembly (Gateway Christian Centre) left the denomination.

 

Current Ministry

Jim Williams is no longer associated with the Assemblies of God in Australia, and is now pastoring a church The House of Praise in Springwood, Queensland.

 

Jim Williams. Now senior pastor of House of Praise, Springwood, Queensland. Don’t go near the place.

 

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Pastor Frank Houston. Founder of hillsong. Extremely corrupt life-long pedophile.

Pastor Frank Houston. Founder of Hillsong. Extremely corrupt life-long pedophile, many of them little boys aged 7 to 12 years old.

 

Here is an article published in the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) on 4 August 2007. 

 

The writer David Marr is a gay man who writes for the SMH and who is interested in subjects like religion and organisations like Hillsong.

The first part of the article is about Tanya Levin’s book. Tanya is an ex-Hillsong lady who is now an atheist and a Hillsong watch type person.

Information about Peter Laughton, Frank Houston’s former young worship leader is in the second part of the article.

Peter Laughton was staying as a boarder with Frank Houston and his wife Hazel when the abuse occurred.

Although Peter was in his 20s he feels Frank Houston, who was 60, took advantage of him and abused him.

 

David Marr’s article in the SMH: Hillsong – the church with no answers

 

Tanya Levins

Tanya Levins

 

August 4, 2007

When a former member of the Hillsong congregation started asking hard questions, she was thrown out,

By the miracle of YouTube, we can take a helicopter ride over Sydney any time we like with Pastor Brian Houston as he lays out Hillsong’s Vision 2007. In a voice that has coaxed fortunes from the faithful, he talks prosperity, vision, growth and God’s strategy as the helicopter swoops down on the “beautiful piece of property” Hillsong bought last year in inner-city Rosebery for $28 million.

“I think the finances are where we’re going to have to have the greatest faith.”

His confidence is absolute that the mortgage will soon be paid. To a sceptical outsider, Houston looks oddly like Spike Milligan with cans on his ears and a microphone to his mouth as he looks down on the suburbs where Hillsong’s “state-of-the-art worship centres” are booming already or will soon be delivering the goods for Christ. He shrugs off ridicule. The nation’s most triumphant preacher lives in a world without doubt and without dissent.

“Jesus said a house divided against itself cannot stand,” Houston reminds the thousands who have viewed this film clip and left adoring messages behind. (“Please come to Sweden! We need ‘fire’ here!!!!!!!!!”) Authority is a big deal at Hillsong. You don’t mess with Brian or his wife, Bobbie. “The great strength of our church has always been our unity. A single vision is critical to where we’re going.”

So Tanya Levin is a problem. She asks questions. She wants explanations. She challenges the vision of Hillsong’s leadership. In short, she’s trouble.

Two years into writing People in Glass Houses, her insider’s account of Hillsong, she was finally – and literally – shown the door. “There is no debate within Hillsong,” she says. “That’s fundamentalism. It’s not open to free thought and question, not at all.”

The church wasn’t answering her emails about the book. Houston had ignored her calls. She defied orders not to turn up at the Castle Hill “campus”, until the night came when two security guards carried her from the church and “a very tall, handsome Maori man of about 24” called Dion walked her to her car.

“I cried at Dion,” she writes. “I told him about my dad, and faithfulness and loyalty … whatever kind of Hollywood angel he was dressed as that night, there would come a time when he would outlive the usefulness to the Firm. And then he would lose that simple genuine look he stared at me with. I told him to go home and read his Bible and go ask the preachers why it doesn’t match what they say. He listened like one does to the ravings of a lunatic and I made him listen because that’s his job.”

It was the end of a long affair that began when Levin was 14, the daughter of a banker and his Jewish wife who were brought to God by Billy Graham back in South Africa. The family turned up in the early days of what was to become the behemoth of Hillsong.

“My impressions in September of 1985 were of a bunch of nice people,” Levin writes. They waved their hands and spoke in tongues. Houston preached. “Even today,” she confesses, “when I hear Brian Houston’s voice I feel better.”

People in Glass Houses is a naked account of the joys of religious infatuation and the messy business of re-entering the real world as an adult five years down the track.

Levin fitted the Hillsong pattern perfectly: “There is a 50 per cent turnover every five years. Hillsong is renowned for having a very big back door.” The churning of people through the church is not something they talk about. “Or they say people don’t have the faith to hang on; they’re unable to take it through the tough times. It’s always the fault of the person. It’s never the fault of Hillsong.”

But the ties were deep. University and then a child took her away from the Hills for a decade. She returned as a single mother with a job as a social worker in a Salvation Army women’s refuge and something more than curiosity about the fate of her old church and the friends she still had there. “I’d go sporadically just to have a look.”

Rumours of scandal sharpened her interest. After one hugely popular pastor was expelled in 2001, Levin began asking questions about Brian Houston’s father, Frank – a preacher so powerful he was thought to be able to raise the dead – who was being accused on the internet of pedophilia. But Hillsong was in the dark.

Brian and Bobbie won a standing ovation from the congregation when they finally broke the news that old Frank had an unwavering love of God and deeply repented his moral failings. His crimes were not named that day. Levin was furious: “I had a near-irresistible urge to yell out like the boys used to do in the old days, ‘What did he DO, Brian?’ ”

Levin was asking questions again, this time to write this book. Frank was not her target. She set herself the task of explaining the inner workings of the most successful religious operation in Australia: the joy and despair of faith; the mass hypnosis of worship; the Jesus-centric remedies offered in Hillsong’s outreach programs for drug addiction, domestic violence, unemployment and homosexuality; the ideological submission of women; and the bleeding of money from the faithful.

Levin’s family is among the financial casualties of Hillsong. They’re out of the church now after more than 20 years and her mother’s sardonic joke is that People in Glass Houses might earn a little of their money back. Hillsong’s 19,000 members are expected to tithe – give a 10th of their income to the church – and make big donations on top of that. Levin wrote the book as a warning: “The intention was to tell people, ‘Hey, by the way, they’re taking your money.’ ”

A couple of years ago, Brian Houston boasted on ABC television that Hillsong’s income for the financial year 2004-2005 was $50 million. It’s tax-free, of course. Accounts are never published. Year after year, Hillsong’s music arm has albums high in the charts. When All of the Above faded after many months this year, Saviour King took its place. The earnings are enormous but the begging bowl is always out.

“It’s a corporate organisation being run by corporately trained people to achieve economic outcomes,” Levin says. “Economic outcomes are the new measure of spiritual success and sign of blessing. The fact that Brian Houston is driving a Harley is a sign that God is looking upon him favourably.”

For Levin, the core lie of Hillsong is the claim that God will repay everything you give. And the longer you have to wait, the greater the return. “How do you actually stand in front of people and say if you give me your money God will give it back to you – and actually sleep at night when you’re taking old people’s money? It’s obviously the more desperate people who want to make an investment decision like that. Very vulnerable people.”

Four or five years ago Levin typed “ex born again Christian” into Google and found that “from Sweden to Nevada and back again there were people with the same story”. They are welcomed into a small, warm, friendly congregation with one or two charismatic preachers. But a few years later they’re out the door: “Kicked out and told they are the work of the devil.”

That early friendliness is part of the big sell. “They don’t preach against much. There’s a new movement that’s come through America called Seeker Sensitive – in other words we want people who come into our church to feel comfortable. And we want to be sensitive to their needs. So we won’t say anything too outrageous and we’ll tone the whole thing down.”

But tough rules – often about sex – are waiting to be enforced. “Painted into a corner, they’re explicitly homophobic, but up to that point they don’t want to be seen as an unfriendly, judgmental place. They want to be seen as warm, inclusive, loving, embracing. But they’re not. They are of their own kind: if you’re in the system and you behave accordingly, the system will reward you.”

Levin thought that with so many casualties of the system around, writing the book would be easy. “What I found – and what other media have found – is that it’s almost impossible to get other people to come forward and talk about this. People will write things on websites, they will send emails: ‘I’ve been through this, I’ve done this, I can help you, I know these things, I am the voice of expertise.’ Then they disappear again because it’s too painful and it’s too confrontational.”

Hillsong won’t comment on the result.

“We have no control over what people decide to say and write,” Brian Houston says. “We keep our focus on helping people with hope in Jesus Christ.”

But Levin has a fair idea what they’re thinking out in the Hills. “Bobbie Houston announced at the Colour Your World conference in 2005 that there the only three types of media about Hillsong. They are the positive, the neutral and the anti-Christ.”

Levin doesn’t fit that picture. She doesn’t hate. Something in her seems to yearn for those exhilarating years fighting the good fight against the devil in all his disguises right down to the voodoo beat of rock’n’roll. “We were told you can’t have it because it’s incantation and you’re going to raise all these demons.” How different things are now. Levin begins to sing some Hillsong Christian trance music: “Doof, doof, doof. Christ is the future. Doof doof doof …”

Is she entirely free of the place? If Houston rang today and asked her to dinner, would she go?

“Yes, very much so. My main aim is to keep the dialogue open. To encourage questions. To encourage debate. And when somebody or a group of people make you feel like family for a number of years, it’s difficult to shake that feeling even when reality tells you something different, and when relationships break down. Go do dinner with Brian?” She laughs. “It would be nice.”

 

A fallen leader of faith

FRANK HOUSTON was a charismatic preacher and a sick man. He won famous souls for Hillsong – jockey Darren Beadman was one of his scalps – and sexually abused young men.

He was about 60 when he undertook to cure 23-year-old Peter Laughton’s homosexuality. “My counselling sessions by the senior minister were nothing more than sexual abuse disguised in the form of the need of a father’s love and discipline,” Laughton says. “Through my naivety, I endured the naked beatings, the eternal bum caresses and masturbating into bottles, among other things.”

Laughton was training to be a pastor. He says the abuse continued for about four years until 1984. “I look at it now and think, ‘God, I was really naive to fall for that.’ ” And believing himself cured, he married.

Laughton’s faith went first. He tells the Herald that before leaving the church in the early 1990s he gave an account to another pastor of the abusive therapy he’d received. But as far as Laughton is aware, no action was taken against the old man until he was forced into retirement by his son Brian after an allegation of pedophilia emerged in about 2000.

Houston denies categorically knowing of any claims of sexual abuse by his father before this time. He initiated a church investigation, which saw the old preacher’s credentials permanently removed. “I was completely devastated by the realisation that my father had hurt people in this way, and I believed it related to events more than 30 years before when he was a New Zealand credentialled pastor. Until recently I knew nothing of Peter’s claims.”

Laughton took a long time to come to grips with his sexuality. He’s now a university lecturer in his early 50s who finds it in himself to forgive Frank Houston. “Despite all his downfallings I think he was genuinely a good person. It is an important part but it still is only one aspect of a person’s life. I’ve come through the other side and appreciated how this man was trapped like many of us were in a system and in a place where you couldn’t really even talk about what you were struggling with.”

Burying his father in 2004, Houston declared him a man who made mistakes but a preacher “in a class of his own”.

David Marr

People in Glass Houses (Black Inc, $29.95) by Tanya Levin was published this week. edit: 4 August 2007.

David Marr has also published with Black Inc.

 

My comments:

From 1981 to 1990 I was involved at Christian Life Centre, Darlinghurst, which is now called Hillsong Church.

Frank Houston was the head pastor and the founder of Hillsong Church in 1977.

He came over from New Zealand, in the guise of church planting, but he was really a crafty old pedophile who felt the noose tightening on his pedophilia activities which he’d been doing for decades in New Zealand, while at the same time being a very prominent AOG pastor.

Frank Houston is a devil, a son of lucifer of old, who preyed on and molested little boys, teens and older men all his life.

 

On this site you’ll find over 100 articles on Frank Houston, his pedophilia, his very corrupt son Brian Houston, Hillsong Church, the Australian Christian Churches which was until 2009 called the Australian Assemblies of God (AOG), the New Zealand Assemblies of God and errant Pentecostal pastors in Australia and New Zealand.

For a summary of Frank Houston’s pedophile history please read my article on this site, ‘Pastor Frank Houston, Part one. Frank Houston’s pedophile activities’, published on 9 September 2012.

 

Peter Laughton was the young Worship Pastor at Christian Life Centre, Darlinghurst in the early 1980s.

There is no way possible anyone at Christian Life Centre, Darlinghurst could have known what Frank Houston and Peter Laughton were up to. I’d heard allegations of Frank Houston’s pedophilia back in New Zealand and I always had a half-eye on him in this respect but you’d never have picked it

Trevor King was the Music Director.

In 1981 Brian Houston wasn’t a pastor. He was extremely ambitious and very pushy. He wanted to go places and make it big. Its a pity he didn’t get born again properly, receive the baptism in the Holy Spirit, deal with his lust for money and power, get deliverance and get a godly foundation in his life of truth, honesty and good morals before he set out to conquer the world for his Jesus.

 

Brian Houston’s Jesus is no closer to the Lord Jesus Christ of the New Testament than some statue of the black Jesus in Southern Italy with its holy red heart open to mankind.

 

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Let’s hear from the great man himself

 

Thank you Donald Elley of Bellingen, my old builder pal from Darlinghurst days and now my greatest holy heretic.

Donald Elley of Bellingen: “Welcome to my blog site again Your Most Holy Parsonage”. Saint Copulator II: “Thank you Donald Elley of Bellingen, my old holy comrade from Darlinghurst days and now my greatest most holy heretic”. Donald Elley of Bellingen: “Your Eminence, have you read my article about Peter Laughton and the eternal bum caresses?” Saint Copulator II: “Hahaha..hahaha..you’re cracking me up Donald Elley of Bellingen..haha..hell-ova-holy hyisssssteriacal half bred hares…hahaah”. Donald Elley of Bellingen: “What’s so funny? Share the joke”. Saint Copulator II: “Hahaha…holy haha..I just can’t believe Peter Laughton fell for dad’s old tricks”. Donald Elley of Bellingen: “Do you mean you knew your father holy saint Francis was like that?” Saint Copulator: “Eternal bum caresses. How did Peter Laughton think that was going to heal him and make him feel like he had a dad..haha..holy haha”. Donald Elley of Bellingen: “But this is a serious subject. Peter Laughton felt abused”. Saint Copulator II: “Bobby Bobby fair eternal virgin of the night. Where is my black Jesus that I bought in Positano?”. Bobby: “In your private chapel along with the pictures of your blessed father saint francis, your mother Hazel dear and the myriad golden candles burning 24/7″. Saint Copulator II: “How’d you feel about trying what Peter Laughton and dad were doing”. Bobby: “Bugger off Brian…I’ve had enough of your black Jesuses, your golden candlesticks and your kinky fetishes”.

 

Boy victim AHA: "I still get flashbacks of Pastor Frank in my bedroom and see his face floating around me".

Boy victim AHA: “I still get flashbacks of Pastor Frank in my bedroom and see his face floating around me”.

 

This article is the sixth in a series of articles examining the similarities between the Australian psychopath serial killer Ivan Milat and the New Zealander psychopath child rapist Frank Houston who came to Australian from Lower Hutt, New Zealand aged 58 and wrecked havoc on hundreds of little boys during his lifetime.

Hillsong Church. Part Six. Ivan Milat the Australian serial-killer’s and Frank Houston founder of Hillsong’s legacies and eternal reputation

 

Ivan Milat Psycho

Ivan Milat Psycho

 

Ivan Milat and Frank Houston’s legacy and eternal reputation.

No man or woman would want to stand in Ivan Milat or Frank Houston’s shoes on the Great Day of Judgment.

 

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The Great Day of Judgment

The Holy Bible reveals in many places but particularly in the New Testament that there is a Day of Reckoning and The Great Day of Judgment when each man and each woman on earth will have to give an account of their deeds on earth.

 

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For those who have done the worst crimes and not repented are reserved the Fires of Hell and Eternal Damnation.

 

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God is the Judge of mankind

 

God is merciful and compassionate and we don’t know exactly who will make it into Heaven.

 

Great Day of Judgment 3

 

The 144,000 elect

The Jehovah’s Witnesses think the number of those who’ll make it into Heaven is the 144,000 saints mentioned in the Book of Revelation.

The Jehovah’s Witness get so much of the Bible wrong so we can discard almost anything they say. They even deny the Deity of Christ. Such sacrilege is not worth wasting words about any more.

The Jehovah’s Witness have even written their own home-spun twisted distorted bible to back up their many heresies.

The Mormons think only they’ll make it. That would be a dysfunctional heaven if only Mormons, their many wives and myriads of half-brothers and half-sisters were there.

 

A special place is reserved for Ivan Milat and Frank Houston and the other pedophiles

A special place in Hades is reserved for Ivan Milat and Frank Houston and the other pedophiles, pedophile protectors and child rapists.

God is Judge but He is also not mocked.

 

The Lord Jesus in the Holy Bible spoke very strongly against those who harm children.

 

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“But if anyone causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to stumble, it would be better for him to have a large millstone hung around his neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea. 7 Woe to the world for the causes of sin. These stumbling blocks must come, but woe to the man through whom they come!”

 

In context:

“5 And whoever welcomes a little child like this in My name welcomes Me. 6 But if anyone causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to stumble, it would be better for him to have a large millstone hung around his neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea. 7 Woe to the world for the causes of sin. These stumbling blocks must come, but woe to the man through whom they come!”

The gospel of Matthew 18:5-7

 

No man or woman would want to stand in Ivan Milat or Frank Houston’s shoes on the Great Day of Judgment

 

Pastor Frank Houston. Lifelong pedophile. Answerable to God.

“Pastor” Frank Houston as an old man. Lifelong secret pedophile. Abused hundreds of little boys and some young teens. Answerable to God.

 

Frank Houston could see his Judgment coming

Frank Houston was greatly unnerved by the prospect of what would happen in the Hereafter.

 

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After Frank Houston confessed to his only church-going son Brian about being a pedophile he kept phoning boy victim AHA and apologising, offering small amounts of compensation and saying how he was worried about what Almighty God would do to him in the Hereafter.

 

Ivan Milat’s legacy

Like Frank Houston, Ivan Milat has greatly shamed the mother who bore him.

Ivan Milat will always be remembered as a serial killer of at least seven backpackers.

He wont give anything away about any more victims.

 

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Ivan Milat has nothing to gain by admitting anything. It would just mean the hassle of more court appearances.

He lives in Goulburn Supermax jail where all the Australian State of New South Wales hardened serial killers, murderers, rapists, violent offenders, terrorists and other hardened criminals and psychopaths end up.

 

Hi Pat. Its Frank here. I'm in prison in Hades waiting for the judgment. How're ya going?

 

Frank Houston avoided jail time

Frank Houston would definitely have gone to jail for the rest of his life if his son Brian Houston the Head Pastor of the Hillsong mega-church hadn’t protected him and sheltered him from the NSW Police and Authorities for five years from when he confessed in 1999 until his death in November 2004.

There would have also been a big court case.

 

Hillsong Outcry Conference

Hillsong Outcry Conference

 

Bad publicity for Hillsong mega-church

A big scandalous public trial of Frank Houston the founder of Hillsong Church would have been very damaging and stressful for Brian Houston, his family, his brother Graeme and three sisters Maureen Bradshaw, Beverly Houston and Judith McGhie.

 

Brian: "We're only human".

Brian: “We’re only human”

 

Brian Houston’s trial for pedophile protection crimes will be even bigger

In 1999 when the pedophile Frank Houston the founder of Hillsong mega-church confessed to being a lifelong secret pedophile, Hillsong Church was much smaller.

 

Impending International scandal

The impending trial of Brian Houston for pedophile protection crimes will be an international scandal.

Brian Houston and his cohorts have grown Hillsong all over Australia and in many major cities throughout the world.

Hillsong have pushed very hard to try to make Hillsong great in America.

 

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The impending trial of Brian Houston Head Pastor of Hillsong mega-church for pedophile protection crimes will be almost as great as if the Cardinal George Pell gets charged for pedophile crimes and/ or pedophile protection crimes

 

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Cardinal George Pell appeared via video link from a Rome Hotel recently and lied through his teeth to the Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

 

The impending trial of Brian Houston Head Pastor of Hillsong mega-church for pedophile protection crimes will be almost as great as if the Australian priest who is in charge of the Vatican’s finances and no 3 highest priest in the Roman Catholic Church, Cardinal George Pell, gets charged for pedophile crimes and/ or pedophile protection crimes.

 

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Hillsong cult

 

The Hillsong cult

The Hillsong cult

 

Hillsong long term

Hillsong will survive in some form just like every cult plugs on.

The Jehovah’s Witness cult started from more innocent beginnings. This is the way of cults. This is the way of satan.

 

Brian Houston going to court for pedophile protection crimes isn’t the only major scandal coming up for Hillsong Church in the next year

Brian Houston getting charged and going to court for pedophile protection isn’t the only major scandal coming up for Hillsong Church in the next year or so.

Josh Canfield the Hillsong New York City long-time worship leader said last year that he plans to marry his male partner Reed Kelly at Hillsong Church this year.

This is another scandal that will be played out once this happens.

 

Dating- no consummation yet- whatever that means. To all parties conversing with Josh and Reed on this subject and other personal gay subjects- when you reach agreement on the intimate details, please don't share the with us.

 

Hillsong worship leader Josh Canfield and his partner Reed Josh Canfield and Reed Kelly, billed as the Broadway Boyfriends, will marry in 2016. Both are Hillsong choir singers. Canfield is the choir director.

Hillsong worship leader Josh Canfield and his partner Reed
Josh Canfield and Reed Kelly, billed as the Broadway Boyfriends, will marry in 2016. Both are Hillsong choir singers. Canfield is the long term choir director.

 

Frank Houston and Ivan Milat will “rot in hell”

 

Great Day of Judgment 2

 

Both of these men Ivan Milat and Frank Houston will go down in history as two of the greatest evil criminal psychopaths ever to walk on the face of the earth.

To murder seven or more young backpackers in horrific circumstances too gruesome to mention or to homosexually rape hundreds of little boys while pretending to be a Christian pastor are equally serious crimes against God and humanity.

In eternity both of these men Ivan Milat and Frank Houston will have the greatest odour over their names.

 

“God is Judge. God is not mocked”

God is Judge but it would seem that the saying “I hope they rot in hell” will come to pass for the serial killer Ivan Milat and the serial child rapist Frank Houston who murdered the souls of hundreds of little boys and young teens.

 

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Brian Houston: I'm sorry the victims feel sad, very hurt and alone. I'll remember them in my prayers. Sorry I can't help the victims more.

“Pastor” Brian Houston the head of Hillsong Global Church. Heartless. Refuses to help the boy sexual  abuse victims of his father “Pastor” Frank Houston the founder of Hillsong Global Church in any way. Hid and sheltered his secret lifelong pedophile father Frank Houston for five years from 1999 to 2004 from the NSW Police and in doing this deprived the boy victims of Justice. Facing looming pedophile protection charges  Brian Houston: “I’m sorry the victims feel sad, very hurt and alone. I’ll remember them in my prayers”. Sorry I can’t help the victims more.

Brian Houston of Hillsong. In it's Findings of October 2015 The Australian Royal Commission found Brian Houston guilty of pedophile protection offences. Brian has since increased his prayer life from one minute a day to 24 hours a day.

“Pastor” Brian Houston head pastor of Hillsong Global Church. Praying hard to save his own butt. In it’s Findings of October 2015 The Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse found Brian Houston guilty of pedophile protection offences. Brian has since increased his prayer life from one minute a day to 24 hours a day.

 

Here is a blog article on this site I wrote on 18 October 2014 just after the Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse examined Hillsong.

I have revised and updated it and added some photographs.

 

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Saint Brian of Hillsong Baulkham Hills in Sydney Australia. Posted this photograph of himself with an Apostolic beard praying on Twitter. Brian’s hair transplants are neatly combed over his bald head. The Great Brian Houston one of the vainest, most narcissistic, most dishonest “men of God” on the planet. Pastor Brian Houston CEO of Hillsong International. The polar opposite to Christ, the suffering servant of Isaiah chapter 53 in the Holy Bible.

 

Blog article 18 October 2014

This is a shocking true story of the child abuse of the first known boy victim of Pastor William Francis “Frank” Houston in Wellington, New Zealand.

victims

Victims of a wily fox- “Pastor” Frank Houston the pedophile. A wolf in sheep’s clothing. Woe, woe unto you, Frank Houston. Woe unto you Brian Houston of Hillsong  The victims of your father’s abuse are rising up and calling out to the Lord for Justice.

The criminal pedophile Frank Houston, Liked surrounding himself with young males and boys.

The extremely evil criminal pedophile Frank Houston. Liked surrounding himself with young males and boys. Accessed Christian families for their children.

 

There are six known boy victims of Pastor Frank Houston’s abuse in Lower Hutt, part of the greater Wellington region, but not of Wellington itself. This is because Frank Houston was head pastor of Lower Hutt Assemblies of God church (AOG) and he abused the children in this church.

This case is the first boy victim to be unearthed outside Lower Hutt in a Wellington suburb.

Pastor Frank Houston was a very highly respected and trusted Assemblies of God (AOG) pastor and evangelist based in Wellington New Zealand, my home town.

However, Frank Houston simultaneously had an uncontrollable passion to sexually gratify himself with very young boys aged 7 to 12. This was the preferred demography of his sexual abuse of teens and young boys.

All thirteen victims I’ve identified to date, including three unknown publicly prior to me investigating the situation, are aged 7 to 12 except two teens- Peter Fowler of Lower Hutt AOG aged 15 and ANZ1 aged in his late teens.

 

child abuse

child abuse

 

Boy victim AHA of Coogee Beach, Sydney, Australia

The current Australian Royal Commission’s investigation of child abuse revealed a victim AHA, a boy victim of Pastor Frank Houston from Coogee Beach, Sydney, Australia, two beaches south of Bondi.

AHA’s abuse took place in the bedroom of his parents home. This case is the same in location: a child’s bedroom.

 

child abuse

child abuse

 

WNZ1

Frank Houston abused this victim WNZ1 when he was only eight years in WNZ1’s bedroom while WNZ1 was sleeping during trips down the corridor, supposedly to use the toilet. Pastor Frank Houston was ministering and sharing the Holy Bible with the victim’s parents and the guests of his parents at a Saturday night meeting.

 

child abuse

child abuse

 

How rotten is Hillsong Church? 

The question is in my mind each day- If the root is rotten how can the tree be good?

If the seed of anointing which birthed Hillsong is so rotten, how can the tree be good?

Has the sickness and delusion that was Pastor Frank Houston metamorphosed into something far worse under his son?

I have believed for three decades that Hillsong and other Prosperity Churches have turned Pentecost and the true move of the Holy Spirit on its head.

For in my mind, the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, has fallen on its side and mated with the modern world, and Hillsong is part of that problem.

 If the seed is corrupt, how can the tree be good?

 

child sexual abuse victims of pastor Frank hosutgn the founder and godfather of hellions and the Australian chieftain churches organisation.

child abuse 

 

The pathological sickness of Frank Houston the founder of Hillsong

Why Pastor Frank Houston sexually abused young boys for most of his life is extremely hard to fathom. I don’t understand it, even though I know a lot about life and the human condition. No doubt it was related to his father’s sexual abuse of him as a child.

Frank Houston couldn’t control his very dark side. If you look at his eyes in photographs they were almost black.

It seems that there were two Franks. Frank the evangelist and godly man. And Frank the devil incarnate and the abuser of young boys. A true Jackal and Hyde persona.

I have come to believe over time that the first Frank, Frank the evangelist and godly man, didn’t exist. It was only a mirage. It was a cover, disguise or foil the pedophile Frank Houston used to access little boys.

Satanists, Illuminati and other sickos have for centuries used various disguises to access little children. What better disguise than a Christian pastor?

The disguise of a Christian pastor or priest to access little children and sexually abuse them is a well-known ruse of Satanists, the Illuminati and pedophiles.

 

Question: Which Frank Houston am I talking to? Answer:

Question to rock spider (jail term for pedophile): Which Frank Houston am I talking to? Answer: “It’s me, Frank the pedophile. The other Frank- Frank the evangelist- he was just a disguise…ha ha”.

 

God cares for the boy and male teen victims of Frank Houston

Even as I write, I feel great sadness.

Brian Houston cries for himself and his family.

God cries for the victims. The tears on the face of Jesus. Jesus wept.

 

 

Here is the story of boy victim WNZ1. Wellington, New Zealand no 1. The abuse occurred at his parent’s home in a suburb near Tawa.

child abuse

child abuse

Woe to him who interferes with a child. It would be better for a millstone to be fastened around his neck and for him to be flung into the deepest sea.”

Paraphrase of Matthew 18:6

“If anyone causes one of these little ones–those who believe in me–to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea”.

Matthew 18:6

In context:

5 And whoever receives one such child in My name receives Me; 6 but whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to stumble, it would be better for him to have a heavy millstone hung around his neck, and to be drowned in the depth of the sea.

Matthew 18:5-6

Pastor Frank Houston. Pastor from hell.

Pastor Frank Houston. Duplicitous pastor from hell. Extremely evil man. The secret agent of Lucifer.

Boy victim WNZ1’s story, exactly as he told it to me in an email in October 2014.

“Hi Donald

A bit about me…I went to Teachers College from 72-74 (attending Varsity part time) before Teaching for a year and a half then living a hippie lifestyle.

AB and I hung around Wellington together in the 70’s, walking the fine line between sin, repentance and sainthood. I’m afraid sex and drugs got the better of me for a time. I also hung around up at Kapiti during the late ‘70s with AB. He was (edit) a very close friend.

Here is my story. 

I discovered your blog earlier this year when working through childhood trauma with my counsellor. It was very helpful in providing background to my journey, enabling me to finally admit to myself that Frank was my abuser.

I’m 60 years old and the impact of the abuse involving Frank in my life has been significant. Despite appearing to be a successful corporate manager, I couldn’t sustain the facade. Inside I lived with fear, mistrust, anger and shame. I was depressed, lonely and isolated.

I sought comfort from my pain in unhelpful ways, compulsively pursuing and becoming involved in one relationship after another, sometimes having more than one sexual or emotional liaison at a time. I lived my life in compartments and feeling completely shut off from myself, God, my family and friends.

My broken life is testimony to the selfish acts of the sicko creep Frank Houston on an innocent boy.

From the age of five into my teens I attended Lower Hutt AOG with my family.

My encounter with Frank was when I was 8 years old.

My family lived in a Wellington suburb and my parents held a Saturday night prayer meeting which folk from Lower Hutt AOG attended.

Frank attended a few times and it was during these visits that the abuse occurred.

When I read of AHA’s experience in the Commission’s transcript, the details in the description brought everything back. I finally knew deep within me the true horror of what had happened all those years ago.

I recall feeling the weight of Frank on me, the breath in my face and my genitals being fondled.

I was completely paralysed with fear.

I could not speak. I was totally bewildered as to what was going on.

I remember this happening 2 or 3 times.

I tried to explain to my parents what had happened to me. I did not have the words to explain it.

They thought it was a nightmare. I knew differently.

I named this thing ‘the black shadow’.

I took a piece of wood to bed with me every night so I could defend myself or knock on the wall to alert my parents.

The problem was that when ‘the black shadow’ entered my room I was so fearful I could do nothing.

The incidents were not prolonged (although at the time the groping seemed to go on forever!).

I have come to realise that Frank would have excused himself to ‘use the bathroom’ and took a detour via my bedroom on the way.

I believe these incidents would have occurred more if my family hadn’t moved to Lower Hutt in 1962.

The prayer meetings were then held at the church and I don’t recall Frank visiting my home again.

I recently asked my father about the ‘incident’ with Peter Fowler in Lower Hutt where Frank had been accused of abuse. He said it was beyond his comprehension that Frank could have been guilty. He thought at that time, in his naivety that it was an ‘attack of the devil’. He was partly right – the devil was Frank!

A ‘minor’ incident occurred at lunch at the Houston’s when I was a pubescent boy. Frank pressed his leg into mine and had his hand on my thigh. I recall feeling extremely uncomfortable. Frank abused the trust of his children by abusing their friends. How depraved is that?

Another significant event in my life involving Frank occurred in 1969 when I was 15. I was sitting down the back of the church with Brian and Graeme Houston and some of the other youth at a Sunday night service.

We were chatting away during the sermon and Frank came all the way down the centre aisle from the pulpit and yelled at me to stand up. He then yelled at me “You fool!” and then turned to the congregation and continued saying “Fools like you are tools of Satan! I curse you!” He was in an absolute rage.

I still feel the pain and shame of that moment now – 45 years later. Not only was Frank a pervert he was a bully! All my life, from this moment forward I was filled with anxiety and unable to be direct with anyone in authority for fear of being shamed and/or humiliated.

Then the Jesus Hippie thing came along with lots of hugging. Frank would seek out young men to embrace. It was creepy. I still remember him pushing his crotch into me as we embraced in ‘brotherly love’!

Frank the Paedophile was a liar, full of cunning and deceit.

He was a very scary controlling man.

I am sure there are many more victims out there – both children and young adult. I suspect a number of people I knew in my teens and early twenties were victims of Frank.

My wife emailed Brian Houston in 2009 when I uncovered and told her of my abuse. He responded in a supportive way stating he had no knowledge of the abuse but that I was welcome to contact him to discuss it. I have not taken him up on his offer.

I have been granted long-term counselling stemming in part from my childhood abuse experience. I also attend a 12 Step programme which is helping repair my brokeness. I am lucky I have a supportive wife and family which I nearly lost.

I turned away from God for a long time. I am slowly learning to trust God with my life.

I remain angry about what Frank did. I still struggle to find a place of forgiveness in my heart for him.

Maybe Frank didn’t have this verse in his Bible…

But if you cause one of these little ones who trusts in me to fall into sin, it would be better for you to have a large millstone tied around your neck and be drowned in the depths of the sea. Matthew 18:6.
Thanks Donald, for bringing the abuses of Frank to light.

Keep up the campaign.

Truth always wins in the end.

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Brian Houston: I'm sorry the victims feel sad, very hurt and alone. I'll remember them in my prayers. Sorry I can't help the victims more.

“Pastor” Brian Houston the head of Hillsong Global Church. Heartless. Refuses to help the boy sexual  abuse victims of his father “Pastor” Frank Houston the founder of Hillsong Global Church in any way. Hid and sheltered his secret lifelong pedophile father Frank Houston for five years from 1999 to 2004 from the NSW Police and in doing this deprived the boy victims of Justice. Facing looming pedophile protection charges  Brian Houston: “I’m sorry the victims feel sad, very hurt and alone. I’ll remember them in my prayers”. Sorry I can’t help the victims more.

Brian Houston of Hillsong. In it's Findings of October 2015 The Australian Royal Commission found Brian Houston guilty of pedophile protection offences. Brian has since increased his prayer life from one minute a day to 24 hours a day.

“Pastor” Brian Houston head pastor of Hillsong Global Church. Praying hard to save his own butt. In it’s Findings of October 2015 The Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse found Brian Houston guilty of pedophile protection offences. Brian has since increased his prayer life from one minute a day to 24 hours a day.

 

Here is a blog article on this site I wrote on 18 October 2014 just after the Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse examined Hillsong.

I have revised and updated it and added some photographs.

 

brian houston b1

Saint Brian of Hillsong Baulkham Hills in Sydney Australia. Posted this photograph of himself with an Apostolic beard praying on Twitter. Brian’s hair transplants are neatly combed over his bald head. The Great Brian Houston one of the vainest, most narcissistic, most dishonest “men of God” on the planet. Pastor Brian Houston CEO of Hillsong International. The polar opposite to Christ, the suffering servant of Isaiah chapter 53 in the Holy Bible.

 

Blog article 18 October 2014

This is a shocking true story of the child abuse of the first known boy victim of Pastor William Francis “Frank” Houston in Wellington, New Zealand.

victims

Victims of a wily fox- “Pastor” Frank Houston the pedophile. A wolf in sheep’s clothing. Woe, woe unto you, Frank Houston. Woe unto you Brian Houston of Hillsong  The victims of your father’s abuse are rising up and calling out to the Lord for Justice.

The criminal pedophile Frank Houston, Liked surrounding himself with young males and boys.

The extremely evil criminal pedophile Frank Houston. Liked surrounding himself with young males and boys. Accessed Christian families for their children.

 

There are six known boy victims of Pastor Frank Houston’s abuse in Lower Hutt, part of the greater Wellington region, but not of Wellington itself. This is because Frank Houston was head pastor of Lower Hutt Assemblies of God church (AOG) and he abused the children in this church.

This case is the first boy victim to be unearthed outside Lower Hutt in a Wellington suburb.

Pastor Frank Houston was a very highly respected and trusted Assemblies of God (AOG) pastor and evangelist based in Wellington New Zealand, my home town.

However, Frank Houston simultaneously had an uncontrollable passion to sexually gratify himself with very young boys aged 7 to 12. This was the preferred demography of his sexual abuse of teens and young boys.

All thirteen victims I’ve identified to date, including three unknown publicly prior to me investigating the situation, are aged 7 to 12 except two teens- Peter Fowler of Lower Hutt AOG aged 15 and ANZ1 aged in his late teens.

 

child abuse

child abuse

 

Boy victim AHA of Coogee Beach, Sydney, Australia

The current Australian Royal Commission’s investigation of child abuse revealed a victim AHA, a boy victim of Pastor Frank Houston from Coogee Beach, Sydney, Australia, two beaches south of Bondi.

AHA’s abuse took place in the bedroom of his parents home. This case is the same in location: a child’s bedroom.

 

child abuse

child abuse

 

WNZ1

Frank Houston abused this victim WNZ1 when he was only eight years in WNZ1’s bedroom while WNZ1 was sleeping during trips down the corridor, supposedly to use the toilet. Pastor Frank Houston was ministering and sharing the Holy Bible with the victim’s parents and the guests of his parents at a Saturday night meeting.

 

child abuse

child abuse

 

How rotten is Hillsong Church? 

The question is in my mind each day- If the root is rotten how can the tree be good?

If the seed of anointing which birthed Hillsong is so rotten, how can the tree be good?

Has the sickness and delusion that was Pastor Frank Houston metamorphosed into something far worse under his son?

I have believed for three decades that Hillsong and other Prosperity Churches have turned Pentecost and the true move of the Holy Spirit on its head.

For in my mind, the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God, has fallen on its side and mated with the modern world, and Hillsong is part of that problem.

 If the seed is corrupt, how can the tree be good?

 

child sexual abuse victims of pastor Frank hosutgn the founder and godfather of hellions and the Australian chieftain churches organisation.

child abuse 

 

The pathological sickness of Frank Houston the founder of Hillsong

Why Pastor Frank Houston sexually abused young boys for most of his life is extremely hard to fathom. I don’t understand it, even though I know a lot about life and the human condition. No doubt it was related to his father’s sexual abuse of him as a child.

Frank Houston couldn’t control his very dark side. If you look at his eyes in photographs they were almost black.

It seems that there were two Franks. Frank the evangelist and godly man. And Frank the devil incarnate and the abuser of young boys. A true Jackal and Hyde persona.

I have come to believe over time that the first Frank, Frank the evangelist and godly man, didn’t exist. It was only a mirage. It was a cover, disguise or foil the pedophile Frank Houston used to access little boys.

Satanists, Illuminati and other sickos have for centuries used various disguises to access little children. What better disguise than a Christian pastor?

The disguise of a Christian pastor or priest to access little children and sexually abuse them is a well-known ruse of Satanists, the Illuminati and pedophiles.

 

Question: Which Frank Houston am I talking to? Answer:

Question to rock spider (jail term for pedophile): Which Frank Houston am I talking to? Answer: “It’s me, Frank the pedophile. The other Frank- Frank the evangelist- he was just a disguise…ha ha”.

 

God cares for the boy and male teen victims of Frank Houston

Even as I write, I feel great sadness.

Brian Houston cries for himself and his family.

God cries for the victims. The tears on the face of Jesus. Jesus wept.

 

 

Here is the story of boy victim WNZ1. Wellington, New Zealand no 1. The abuse occurred at his parent’s home in a suburb near Tawa.

child abuse

child abuse

Woe to him who interferes with a child. It would be better for a millstone to be fastened around his neck and for him to be flung into the deepest sea.”

Paraphrase of Matthew 18:6

“If anyone causes one of these little ones–those who believe in me–to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea”.

Matthew 18:6

In context:

5 And whoever receives one such child in My name receives Me; 6 but whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to stumble, it would be better for him to have a heavy millstone hung around his neck, and to be drowned in the depth of the sea.

Matthew 18:5-6

Pastor Frank Houston. Pastor from hell.

Pastor Frank Houston. Duplicitous pastor from hell. Extremely evil man. The secret agent of Lucifer.

Boy victim WNZ1’s story, exactly as he told it to me in an email in October 2014.

“Hi Donald

A bit about me…I went to Teachers College from 72-74 (attending Varsity part time) before Teaching for a year and a half then living a hippie lifestyle.

AB and I hung around Wellington together in the 70’s, walking the fine line between sin, repentance and sainthood. I’m afraid sex and drugs got the better of me for a time. I also hung around up at Kapiti during the late ‘70s with AB. He was (edit) a very close friend.

Here is my story. 

I discovered your blog earlier this year when working through childhood trauma with my counsellor. It was very helpful in providing background to my journey, enabling me to finally admit to myself that Frank was my abuser.

I’m 60 years old and the impact of the abuse involving Frank in my life has been significant. Despite appearing to be a successful corporate manager, I couldn’t sustain the facade. Inside I lived with fear, mistrust, anger and shame. I was depressed, lonely and isolated.

I sought comfort from my pain in unhelpful ways, compulsively pursuing and becoming involved in one relationship after another, sometimes having more than one sexual or emotional liaison at a time. I lived my life in compartments and feeling completely shut off from myself, God, my family and friends.

My broken life is testimony to the selfish acts of the sicko creep Frank Houston on an innocent boy.

From the age of five into my teens I attended Lower Hutt AOG with my family.

My encounter with Frank was when I was 8 years old.

My family lived in a Wellington suburb and my parents held a Saturday night prayer meeting which folk from Lower Hutt AOG attended.

Frank attended a few times and it was during these visits that the abuse occurred.

When I read of AHA’s experience in the Commission’s transcript, the details in the description brought everything back. I finally knew deep within me the true horror of what had happened all those years ago.

I recall feeling the weight of Frank on me, the breath in my face and my genitals being fondled.

I was completely paralysed with fear.

I could not speak. I was totally bewildered as to what was going on.

I remember this happening 2 or 3 times.

I tried to explain to my parents what had happened to me. I did not have the words to explain it.

They thought it was a nightmare. I knew differently.

I named this thing ‘the black shadow’.

I took a piece of wood to bed with me every night so I could defend myself or knock on the wall to alert my parents.

The problem was that when ‘the black shadow’ entered my room I was so fearful I could do nothing.

The incidents were not prolonged (although at the time the groping seemed to go on forever!).

I have come to realise that Frank would have excused himself to ‘use the bathroom’ and took a detour via my bedroom on the way.

I believe these incidents would have occurred more if my family hadn’t moved to Lower Hutt in 1962.

The prayer meetings were then held at the church and I don’t recall Frank visiting my home again.

I recently asked my father about the ‘incident’ with Peter Fowler in Lower Hutt where Frank had been accused of abuse. He said it was beyond his comprehension that Frank could have been guilty. He thought at that time, in his naivety that it was an ‘attack of the devil’. He was partly right – the devil was Frank!

A ‘minor’ incident occurred at lunch at the Houston’s when I was a pubescent boy. Frank pressed his leg into mine and had his hand on my thigh. I recall feeling extremely uncomfortable. Frank abused the trust of his children by abusing their friends. How depraved is that?

Another significant event in my life involving Frank occurred in 1969 when I was 15. I was sitting down the back of the church with Brian and Graeme Houston and some of the other youth at a Sunday night service.

We were chatting away during the sermon and Frank came all the way down the centre aisle from the pulpit and yelled at me to stand up. He then yelled at me “You fool!” and then turned to the congregation and continued saying “Fools like you are tools of Satan! I curse you!” He was in an absolute rage.

I still feel the pain and shame of that moment now – 45 years later. Not only was Frank a pervert he was a bully! All my life, from this moment forward I was filled with anxiety and unable to be direct with anyone in authority for fear of being shamed and/or humiliated.

Then the Jesus Hippie thing came along with lots of hugging. Frank would seek out young men to embrace. It was creepy. I still remember him pushing his crotch into me as we embraced in ‘brotherly love’!

Frank the Paedophile was a liar, full of cunning and deceit.

He was a very scary controlling man.

I am sure there are many more victims out there – both children and young adult. I suspect a number of people I knew in my teens and early twenties were victims of Frank.

My wife emailed Brian Houston in 2009 when I uncovered and told her of my abuse. He responded in a supportive way stating he had no knowledge of the abuse but that I was welcome to contact him to discuss it. I have not taken him up on his offer.

I have been granted long-term counselling stemming in part from my childhood abuse experience. I also attend a 12 Step programme which is helping repair my brokeness. I am lucky I have a supportive wife and family which I nearly lost.

I turned away from God for a long time. I am slowly learning to trust God with my life.

I remain angry about what Frank did. I still struggle to find a place of forgiveness in my heart for him.

Maybe Frank didn’t have this verse in his Bible…

But if you cause one of these little ones who trusts in me to fall into sin, it would be better for you to have a large millstone tied around your neck and be drowned in the depths of the sea. Matthew 18:6.
Thanks Donald, for bringing the abuses of Frank to light.

Keep up the campaign.

Truth always wins in the end.

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lesbian 1

 

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The article below was published on this site on 17 October 2015. All articles on this site are written by me, Donald Elley, and any quoted material or reprints of media articles are clearly shown to be such.

I have no reason to believe that anything I have written in this series of over forty articles is not as relevant and accurate as it was about one year ago.

 

Blog article 17.11.15

I’ve been contacted by a high up Hillsong insider who believes that Hillsong has gone off the rails and wants to tell his story.

This article is the third in a series of articles publishing the eye-witness testimonies of this Hillsong insider.

Hillsong Insider speaks:

“Dear Donald

In 2005 Hillsong City pastors, Pastor Steve McGhie and Pastor Darren, manhandled and abused a young lady at Hillsong City Church, who was gay. She was told, “your type is not needed here at Hillsong”.

She was sitting on the floor of the Hillsong City Church front foyer, with her back to the wall. This incident took place as the church sermon was going on. Pastor Brian Houston was preaching. It was at the 5pm service.

Steve McGhie and Pastor Darren spoke to her, and in her defence, after being told “a lesbian is gay and not needed here at Hillsong”, they went to grab her and manhandle her to the front door.

The lady at this time was sitting on the floor. As the pastors tried to get hold of her, by extreme rough handling, she said, “Please stop, you are hurting me”.

Pastor Steve McGhie and Pastor Darren were saying, “It’s time to go lady lover”.

She slapped the pastor so hard that the crack was heard inside the auditorium.

The two pastors gave this women no rights of removal under the act, and twisting her limbs behind her back, they pulled her up. She was yelling abuse at the pastors. She was taken outside and then thrown to the ground outside the door. By this stage she was a crying mess and she was bleeding a little. She would have gotten bruising after all this rough handling. I didn’t see her return.

This was one incident where the reports were shredded or never made. This lady was acting in self-defence. Yes the lady was gay, but this was plain bullying and rough handling, whatever you like to call it.

I saw this all happen and did not a thing. I was told by Steve McGhie and Pastor Darren, “It’s not your place, we will handle it”.

The security team can be very rough, and they can be very aggressive, doing pay-back and stuff like that. They can be very aggressive in protecting Hillsong and throwing out dissenters like this poor lesbian who got shown the door. They also spy on people and track them. For example Tanya Levin, the Hillsong watch lady”.

My comments:

The writer Donald Elley

The writer Donald Elley of Bellingen

I knew Steve McGhie, who is Brian Houston’s brother-in-law, in the 1990s at Christian Life Centre (CLC), Waterloo. I was there a decade before he turned up in Sydney with his wife Judith, Brian Houston’s youngest sister, from New Zealand.

CLC Waterloo is the second name for Hillsong. The first name was CLC Darlinghurst. I was present at the first two incarnations of Hillsong at Darlinghurst and Waterloo, two inner city suburbs of Sydney.

When I was a lay pastor at CLC Darlinghurst in the 1980s, under my watch, gays and lesbians were welcome at CLC services and at the Inner City home groups, which Pastor Laurie Murphy and I oversaw. The were handled with sensitivity, care and respect. A number of homosexuals came to know the Lord Jesus Christ and forsook their sinful gay lifestyle for something far greater.

I was responsible for ten home groups which Pastor Laurie Murphy and I pioneered throughout the Inner City of Sydney. Hillsong City church is located near home groups I pioneered. Two or three streets away from the current location of Hillsong City church in Waterloo, three home groups I pioneered in the early 1980s were located. Michael Driscoll, a friend of the artist Brett Whiteley, ran one in Regent Street, Robert “Bob” Harris, a published poet who won a National Award, ran another in Baptist Street, and I ran one in Great Buckingham Street.

It was not an issue for homosexuals, drug addicts and Aborigines to attend our home groups. We had plenty of these types of people coming to our numerous home groups, which by 1987 numbered 15 throughout Inner City Sydney.

I had Aboriginals coming to my home group in Great Buckingham Street, Redfern, from nearby, and from ‘The Block’, an Aboriginal slum area, from 1982. In those days things were much rougher than the gentrified conditions of Redfern today. Redfern was challenging, dangerous and rough in those days. In fact, many at CLC Darlinghurst were scared to go south of Cleveland Street. At the time I was praying two hours a day, was very full of the Holy Spirit to overflowing, and had ‘no fear’.

Lesbians and homosexuals were not only welcome at CLC Darlinghurst, unbeknown to us, the greatest homosexual of all was our leader. That is, the famed Pastor Frank Houston, the Great Secret Gay Lord and the founder of Hillsong, and Pastor Brian Houston’s father.

When you think about it, the devil couldn’t have invented a greater pantomime and camp charade than Hillsong Darlinghurst in the 1980s. We had a secret High-Camp Head Priest, Rev William Francis “Frank” Houston, affectionately known as ‘The Bishop’, jumping on seats, throwing glasses of water over the congregation, as what he comically called ‘blessings of the Lord’, while he was secretly homosexually abusing Peter Laughton, his young gullible needy worship leader, with coke bottles and other accessories. Frank Houston, who used to yell and rail against gays as he preached, yet he was the greatest gay of Darlinghurst, the gay capital of the Southern Hemisphere. “Receive the anointing”, he proclaimed as he threw a glass of water across the assembled masses. “Homosexuals must repent of their sins or they will go to hell”, he jumped up on a vacant chair in the congregation and shouted.

Pastor Frank Houston. Total deviate and con-artist.

Pastor Frank Houston. Hillsong’s founder. Secret High Camp Gay Lord from Hades. Homosexual and lifelong pedophile. Father of five children and many grandchildren. Total moral and sexual deviate and camp con-artist.

In his son Brian, this Great Gay Lord Frank Houston has metamorphosed into a monster from Hades. A Gay-Loving, Gay-lifestyle-tolerating narcissistic High Priest of Note. That is, Pastor Brian Houston, CEO of Hillsong International: Gay Lord of multitudes, even stretching to it’s most openly gay outpost, Hillsong New York City, where for over five years, one of the main worship leaders Josh Canfield, who is openly gay, and who lives with his male partner Reed, has been leading worship in Hillsong NYC services. Although they live together, Josh helpfully points out that their relationship hasn’t yet been consummated, whatever that means.

Hillsong NYC. Open gays leading the choir

Hillsong NYC. Josh Canfield and Reed. Josh- open gay leading the choir. Reed in support in the choir too. Relationship ‘not consummated’, whatever that means.

Pastor Steve McGhie is a New Zealander like me. He’s married to Judith McGhie, Pastor Brian Houston’s sister.

I was informed Pastor Steve and Judith McGhie had gone back to New Zealand, but Pastor Steve’s Facebook page says he still works at Hillsong.

Judith McGhie’s Facebook lists her location as Timbuktu. It may be safer in Timbuktu than in New Zealand, although Ecuador has given Julian Assage, the Wikileaks whistleblower, asylum, so if the NSW Police were potentially interested in Steve and Judith for serious criminal offences, if I was them, I think I’d be looking at moving to South America, or maybe even Siberia, as options.

The NSW Police may be interested in both Pastor Steve McChie, and his wife Judith, because they failed in their duty as Hillsong Church leaders to report a pedophile for five years. That is Judith and Brian Houston’s father, Frank Houston, a secret life-long pedophile, who was found out in 1998/ 1999 and confessed to pedophilia. He admitted to the very minimum and lied through his teeth. Frank Houston flagged that he was a long-time pedophile, but wouldn’t tell much re the details. He never admitted the huge number of boy and teenage male victims or the sordid details of his secret extremely dark, devilish and corrupt secret pedophile and homosexual life.

Along with Pastors Bobbie and Brian Houston, Pastors Judith and Steve McGhie not only didn’t report Frank Houston to the Police, but they sheltered and protected him. These are both serious criminal offences under NSW and Australian Law.

The Australian Royal Commission barrister Simeon Beckett recommended last December that Pastor Brian Houston be criminally charged under NSW Law with not reporting and sheltering a pedophile.

Smug. Heartless. Zero care factor fro the victims of his dad's abuse.

Pastor Brian Houston. CEO of Hillsong. Criminal charges pending?

I’m not sure if those who colluded in the not reporting and sheltering Pastor Frank Houston, the founder of Hillsong, are in the sights of the NSW Attorney General’s Department and the NSW Police for the criminal charges of not reporting and sheltering a pedophile.

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NSW Police

These Hillsong church shelterers of Pastor Frank Houston include Pastor Brian Houston, his wife Bobbie Houston, George Aghajanian the Hillsong Business Manager, Nabi Saleh the former owner of Gloria Jean Coffee, an extremely wealthy man, Pastor Steve McGhie, his wife Judith McGhie, Pastor John McMartin the NSW President of the Australian Christian Churches (formerly known as the Australian Assemblies of God (AoG), and Pastor Keith Ainge, the Australian AOG National Secretary in 2000-2004 when Frank Houston was not reported and sheltered.

Pastor Steve McGhie

Pastor Steve McGhie. Great white hunter and lesbian basher.

That’s a pretty big deer you shot in New Zealand Steve. I hope you have a New Zealand or Australian Fire Arms license. Oh well, those are minor details. Just like not reporting a pedophile to the Police, a criminal offence. “She’ll be right mate”.

This incident of roughing up a lesbian and showing her the Hillsong door is pretty rough Steve.

Don’t you think it’s hypocritical that you and the Houstons love Papa Frank, a life-long secret homosexual and pedophile, yet you rough handle a poor defenceless lesbian and throw her out the Hillsong door.

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Pastor Frank Houston. Founder of hillsong. Extremely corrupt life-long pedophile.

Pastor Frank Houston. Founder of Hillsong. Extremely corrupt secret life-long child rapist. Most of his hundreds of victims were little boys aged 7 to 12 years old.

 

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Below is an article published in the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) on 4 August 2007.

 

The writer David Marr is a gay man who writes for the SMH and who is interested in subjects like religion and organisations like Hillsong.

The first part of the article is about Tanya Levin’s book. Tanya is an ex-Hillsong lady who is now an atheist and a Hillsong watch type person.

Information about Peter Laughton, Frank Houston’s former young worship leader is in the second part of the article.

Peter Laughton was staying as a boarder with Frank Houston and his wife Hazel when the abuse occurred.

Although Peter was in his 20s he feels Frank Houston, who was 60, took advantage of him and abused him.

 

David Marr’s article in the SMH:

 

Hillsong – the church with no answers

 

Tanya Levins

Tanya Levins

 

August 4, 2007

“When a former member of the Hillsong congregation started asking hard questions, she was thrown out,

By the miracle of YouTube, we can take a helicopter ride over Sydney any time we like with Pastor Brian Houston as he lays out Hillsong’s Vision 2007. In a voice that has coaxed fortunes from the faithful, he talks prosperity, vision, growth and God’s strategy as the helicopter swoops down on the “beautiful piece of property” Hillsong bought last year in inner-city Rosebery for $28 million.

“I think the finances are where we’re going to have to have the greatest faith.”

His confidence is absolute that the mortgage will soon be paid. To a sceptical outsider, Houston looks oddly like Spike Milligan with cans on his ears and a microphone to his mouth as he looks down on the suburbs where Hillsong’s “state-of-the-art worship centres” are booming already or will soon be delivering the goods for Christ. He shrugs off ridicule. The nation’s most triumphant preacher lives in a world without doubt and without dissent.

“Jesus said a house divided against itself cannot stand,” Houston reminds the thousands who have viewed this film clip and left adoring messages behind. (“Please come to Sweden! We need ‘fire’ here!!!!!!!!!”) Authority is a big deal at Hillsong. You don’t mess with Brian or his wife, Bobbie. “The great strength of our church has always been our unity. A single vision is critical to where we’re going.”

So Tanya Levin is a problem. She asks questions. She wants explanations. She challenges the vision of Hillsong’s leadership. In short, she’s trouble.

Two years into writing People in Glass Houses, her insider’s account of Hillsong, she was finally – and literally – shown the door. “There is no debate within Hillsong,” she says. “That’s fundamentalism. It’s not open to free thought and question, not at all.”

The church wasn’t answering her emails about the book. Houston had ignored her calls. She defied orders not to turn up at the Castle Hill “campus”, until the night came when two security guards carried her from the church and “a very tall, handsome Maori man of about 24” called Dion walked her to her car.

“I cried at Dion,” she writes. “I told him about my dad, and faithfulness and loyalty … whatever kind of Hollywood angel he was dressed as that night, there would come a time when he would outlive the usefulness to the Firm. And then he would lose that simple genuine look he stared at me with. I told him to go home and read his Bible and go ask the preachers why it doesn’t match what they say. He listened like one does to the ravings of a lunatic and I made him listen because that’s his job.”

It was the end of a long affair that began when Levin was 14, the daughter of a banker and his Jewish wife who were brought to God by Billy Graham back in South Africa. The family turned up in the early days of what was to become the behemoth of Hillsong.

“My impressions in September of 1985 were of a bunch of nice people,” Levin writes. They waved their hands and spoke in tongues. Houston preached. “Even today,” she confesses, “when I hear Brian Houston’s voice I feel better.”

People in Glass Houses is a naked account of the joys of religious infatuation and the messy business of re-entering the real world as an adult five years down the track.

Levin fitted the Hillsong pattern perfectly: “There is a 50 per cent turnover every five years. Hillsong is renowned for having a very big back door.” The churning of people through the church is not something they talk about. “Or they say people don’t have the faith to hang on; they’re unable to take it through the tough times. It’s always the fault of the person. It’s never the fault of Hillsong.”

But the ties were deep. University and then a child took her away from the Hills for a decade. She returned as a single mother with a job as a social worker in a Salvation Army women’s refuge and something more than curiosity about the fate of her old church and the friends she still had there. “I’d go sporadically just to have a look.”

Rumours of scandal sharpened her interest. After one hugely popular pastor was expelled in 2001, Levin began asking questions about Brian Houston’s father, Frank – a preacher so powerful he was thought to be able to raise the dead – who was being accused on the internet of pedophilia. But Hillsong was in the dark.

Brian and Bobbie won a standing ovation from the congregation when they finally broke the news that old Frank had an unwavering love of God and deeply repented his moral failings. His crimes were not named that day. Levin was furious: “I had a near-irresistible urge to yell out like the boys used to do in the old days, ‘What did he DO, Brian?’ ”

Levin was asking questions again, this time to write this book. Frank was not her target. She set herself the task of explaining the inner workings of the most successful religious operation in Australia: the joy and despair of faith; the mass hypnosis of worship; the Jesus-centric remedies offered in Hillsong’s outreach programs for drug addiction, domestic violence, unemployment and homosexuality; the ideological submission of women; and the bleeding of money from the faithful.

Levin’s family is among the financial casualties of Hillsong. They’re out of the church now after more than 20 years and her mother’s sardonic joke is that People in Glass Houses might earn a little of their money back. Hillsong’s 19,000 members are expected to tithe – give a 10th of their income to the church – and make big donations on top of that. Levin wrote the book as a warning: “The intention was to tell people, ‘Hey, by the way, they’re taking your money.’ ”

A couple of years ago, Brian Houston boasted on ABC television that Hillsong’s income for the financial year 2004-2005 was $50 million. It’s tax-free, of course. Accounts are never published. Year after year, Hillsong’s music arm has albums high in the charts. When All of the Above faded after many months this year, Saviour King took its place. The earnings are enormous but the begging bowl is always out.

“It’s a corporate organisation being run by corporately trained people to achieve economic outcomes,” Levin says. “Economic outcomes are the new measure of spiritual success and sign of blessing. The fact that Brian Houston is driving a Harley is a sign that God is looking upon him favourably.”

For Levin, the core lie of Hillsong is the claim that God will repay everything you give. And the longer you have to wait, the greater the return. “How do you actually stand in front of people and say if you give me your money God will give it back to you – and actually sleep at night when you’re taking old people’s money? It’s obviously the more desperate people who want to make an investment decision like that. Very vulnerable people.”

Four or five years ago Levin typed “ex born again Christian” into Google and found that “from Sweden to Nevada and back again there were people with the same story”. They are welcomed into a small, warm, friendly congregation with one or two charismatic preachers. But a few years later they’re out the door: “Kicked out and told they are the work of the devil.”

That early friendliness is part of the big sell. “They don’t preach against much. There’s a new movement that’s come through America called Seeker Sensitive – in other words we want people who come into our church to feel comfortable. And we want to be sensitive to their needs. So we won’t say anything too outrageous and we’ll tone the whole thing down.”

But tough rules – often about sex – are waiting to be enforced. “Painted into a corner, they’re explicitly homophobic, but up to that point they don’t want to be seen as an unfriendly, judgmental place. They want to be seen as warm, inclusive, loving, embracing. But they’re not. They are of their own kind: if you’re in the system and you behave accordingly, the system will reward you.”

Levin thought that with so many casualties of the system around, writing the book would be easy. “What I found – and what other media have found – is that it’s almost impossible to get other people to come forward and talk about this. People will write things on websites, they will send emails: ‘I’ve been through this, I’ve done this, I can help you, I know these things, I am the voice of expertise.’ Then they disappear again because it’s too painful and it’s too confrontational.”

Hillsong won’t comment on the result.

“We have no control over what people decide to say and write,” Brian Houston says. “We keep our focus on helping people with hope in Jesus Christ.”

But Levin has a fair idea what they’re thinking out in the Hills. “Bobbie Houston announced at the Colour Your World conference in 2005 that there the only three types of media about Hillsong. They are the positive, the neutral and the anti-Christ.”

Levin doesn’t fit that picture. She doesn’t hate. Something in her seems to yearn for those exhilarating years fighting the good fight against the devil in all his disguises right down to the voodoo beat of rock’n’roll. “We were told you can’t have it because it’s incantation and you’re going to raise all these demons.” How different things are now. Levin begins to sing some Hillsong Christian trance music: “Doof, doof, doof. Christ is the future. Doof doof doof …”

Is she entirely free of the place? If Houston rang today and asked her to dinner, would she go?

“Yes, very much so. My main aim is to keep the dialogue open. To encourage questions. To encourage debate. And when somebody or a group of people make you feel like family for a number of years, it’s difficult to shake that feeling even when reality tells you something different, and when relationships break down. Go do dinner with Brian?” She laughs. “It would be nice.”

 

A fallen leader of faith

FRANK HOUSTON was a charismatic preacher and a sick man. He won famous souls for Hillsong – jockey Darren Beadman was one of his scalps – and sexually abused young men.

He was about 60 when he undertook to cure 23-year-old Peter Laughton’s homosexuality. “My counselling sessions by the senior minister were nothing more than sexual abuse disguised in the form of the need of a father’s love and discipline,” Laughton says. “Through my naivety, I endured the naked beatings, the eternal bum caresses and masturbating into bottles, among other things.”

Laughton was training to be a pastor. He says the abuse continued for about four years until 1984. “I look at it now and think, ‘God, I was really naive to fall for that.’ ” And believing himself cured, he married.

Laughton’s faith went first. He tells the Herald that before leaving the church in the early 1990s he gave an account to another pastor of the abusive therapy he’d received. But as far as Laughton is aware, no action was taken against the old man until he was forced into retirement by his son Brian after an allegation of pedophilia emerged in about 2000.

Houston denies categorically knowing of any claims of sexual abuse by his father before this time. He initiated a church investigation, which saw the old preacher’s credentials permanently removed. “I was completely devastated by the realisation that my father had hurt people in this way, and I believed it related to events more than 30 years before when he was a New Zealand credentialled pastor. Until recently I knew nothing of Peter’s claims.”

Laughton took a long time to come to grips with his sexuality. He’s now a university lecturer in his early 50s who finds it in himself to forgive Frank Houston. “Despite all his downfallings I think he was genuinely a good person. It is an important part but it still is only one aspect of a person’s life. I’ve come through the other side and appreciated how this man was trapped like many of us were in a system and in a place where you couldn’t really even talk about what you were struggling with.”

Burying his father in 2004, Houston declared him a man who made mistakes but a preacher “in a class of his own”.”

David Marr

People in Glass Houses (Black Inc, $29.95) by Tanya Levin was published this week. edit: 4 August 2007.

David Marr has also published with Black Inc.

 

My comments:

From 1981 to 1990 I was involved at Christian Life Centre, Darlinghurst, the second name for Hillsong Church.

Frank Houston was the head pastor and the founder of Hillsong Church in 1977.

Frank Houston came over from New Zealand, in the guise of church planting, but he was really a crafty old pedophile who felt the noose tightening on his pedophilia activities which he’d been doing for decades in New Zealand, while at the same time being a very prominent AOG pastor.

The New Zealand Police and Authorities were after him. There had been a chorus of complaints in an era less educated about pedophiles and pedophilia than today.  Pre-2000 pedophiles all over the world got away with a lot.

Frank Houston is a devil, a son of lucifer of old, who secretly preyed on and molested little boys, teens and older men all his life.

 

On this site you’ll find over 100 articles on Frank Houston, his pedophilia, his very corrupt son Brian Houston, Hillsong Church, the Australian Christian Churches which was until 2009 called the Australian Assemblies of God (AOG), the New Zealand Assemblies of God and errant Pentecostal pastors in Australia and New Zealand.

For a summary of Frank Houston’s pedophile history please read my article on this site, ‘Pastor Frank Houston, Part one. Frank Houston’s pedophile activities’, published on 9 September 2012.

 

Peter Laughton was the young Worship Pastor at Christian Life Centre, Darlinghurst in the early 1980s.

There is no way possible anyone at Christian Life Centre, Darlinghurst could have known what Frank Houston and Peter Laughton were up to. I’d heard allegations of Frank Houston’s pedophilia back in New Zealand and I always had a half-eye on him in this respect but you’d never have picked it

Trevor King was the Music Director.

In 1981 Brian Houston wasn’t a pastor. He was extremely ambitious and very pushy. He wanted to go places and make it big. Its a pity he didn’t get born again properly, receive the baptism in the Holy Spirit, deal with his lust for money and power, get deliverance and get a godly foundation in his life of truth, honesty and good morals before he set out to conquer the world for his Jesus.

 

Brian Houston’s Jesus is no closer to the Lord Jesus Christ of the New Testament than some statue of the black Jesus in Southern Italy with its holy red heart open to mankind.

 

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Let’s hear from the great man himself: Corpus Copulator II, formerly known as Brian Houston

 

Thank you Donald Elley of Bellingen, my old builder pal from Darlinghurst days and now my greatest holy heretic.

Donald Elley of Bellingen: “Welcome to my blog site again Your Most Holy Parsonage”. Saint Corpus Copulator II (former Brian Houston): “Thank you Donald Elley of Bellingen, my old holy comrade from Darlinghurst days and now my greatest most holy heretic”. Donald Elley of Bellingen: “Your Eminence, have you read my article about Peter Laughton and the eternal bum caresses?” Saint Corpus Copulator II (former Brian Houston): “Hahaha..hahaha..you’re cracking me up Donald Elley of Bellingen..haha..hell-ova-holy hyisssssteriacal half bred hares…hahaah”. Donald Elley of Bellingen: “What’s so funny? Share the joke”. Saint Corpus Copulator II (former Brian Houston): “Hahaha…holy haha..I just can’t believe Peter Laughton fell for dad’s old tricks”. Donald Elley of Bellingen: “Do you mean you knew your father Holy Saint Francis, otherwise known as Saint Corpus Copulator I, was like that?” Saint Corpus Copulator II: “Eternal bum caresses. How did Peter Laughton think that was going to heal him and make him feel like he had a dad..haha..holy haha”. Donald Elley of Bellingen: “But this is a serious subject. Peter Laughton felt abused”. Saint Corpus Copulator II (former Brian Houston): “Bobby Bobby fair eternal virgin Hillsong Houston Mother Mary of the Night. Where is my Black Jesus that I bought in Positano?”. Bobby (Corpus Copulator II’s wife): “In your private chapel along with the pictures of your blessed father Saint Francis Corpus Copulator I, your mother Hazel Dear and the myriad golden candles burning 24/7″. Saint Copulator II (former Brian Houston): “How’d you feel about trying what Peter Laughton and dad were doing”. Bobby: “Go away off Brian…I’ve had enough of your Black Jesuses, your golden candlesticks and your kinky fetishes”.