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Becky Fischer Ministries: A Horrifying Look At “Christian” Child Abuse

Becky Fischer is a Pentecostal children’s pastor best known for her role in the 2006 documentary Jesus Camp and whose ministry is described as a fundamentalist “brain washing” and “child abuse”cult and rightfully so.

Fischer instills her tween flock with such time-honored and fear based Pentecostal traditions as a belief in exorcism, demonic possession,  the reality of everyday demons,  glossolalia or speaking in tongues, spiritual warfare, healing the sick, prophecy, raising of the dead, and how to be a good Republican of course. (In one scene of “Jesus Camp”, a cardboard cutout of George W. Bush is put in front of several children and they are asked to stretch their hands out toward him suggesting that the children are worshiping him.)

Of the clip below Fischer states  “The children were deeply touched during prayer time at the end of one of our kids conferences. We were amazed, as the longer they stayed, the deeper the experience. This video was taken after about an hour of them praying.”

An hour of forced praying.  This is cult activity. Dangerous, sickening and very creepy stuff.

Both Becky Fischer and these children’s parents should be charged and jailed for child abuse.

 

If you’ve never seen “Jesus Camp” the awesome GlamazonBarbie Blog has a link to the entire film posted HERE. (The clip above IS NOT from the movie “Jesus Camp”)

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2 thoughts on “Becky Fischer Ministries: A Horrifying Look At “Christian” Child Abuse”

  1. On the contrary, she is not suggesting on the movie Jesus Camp that the children are worshipping George Bush; they are praying for him. The Muslims are at liberty to teach their children the doctrines of their faith, so Christians should be just as passionate to teach their children what they stand for. Why is this abuse when it comes to the Christians practicing their beliefs?

  2. It is emotional abuse. They are worn down and brainwashed and segregated from mainstream society in order to fill an agenda.

    It’s one thing to share passionate beliefs, it’s another to indoctrinate by fear and shaming. I watched the entire movie and felt so sad for all the kids who should just be able to play without feeling guilty about it.

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