An Anonymous Story: The Potters Field Case

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  1. J says:

    I, too, worked excessive hours and was told I wasn’t allowed to talk to other interns because I was, “in sin,” per Mike Rozell and essentially had to follow dehumanizing rules in order to prove myself faithful to the ministry. I struggled with self harm while on staff with PFM. Thank you so much for sharing, Anonymous.

  2. Michael says:

    Thank you both!

  3. Jolene Groves says:

    Michael Rozell and his wife came to my church in the early 2000’s fund raising. I had my “cult experience” with The Way International in the late 1980’s and early 90’s. I live in Kalispell just west of one of their Mudman Burger joints as well. This guy gave had cult leader written all over him and his wife dressed like a prostitute when I met them at a Selah Sunday service. I am so happy that they have shut down but also very sad for the young people who have been brainwashed by this cult.
    Finding a real Christian therapist is key to recovery. It is not all bad though. The experience of being in a cult can render a person “cult proof” and give you the ability to live a Christian life without someone else telling you how, when and where to do that. That is what the Bible is for and God is faithful to teach us what we need to know and what to do with that knowledge. Men are corruptible.

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