Okay! Prepare yourself! The video you are about to see is so ridiculous that you may die laughing!!! Skycomet and the makers of this video take no responsibility if that happens!!! Enjoy... Jesus Camp Gone Wild!!!
Any thoughts, or are you so braindead after that Christian brainwashing session that you can't say anything? LOL!
I nearly shot water out of my nose at 6:35 when that little girl is walking around on Kleenex duty.
Hilarious in a very sad way. It's all normal to her.
This was basically every church service that I ever went to. I couldn't begin to tell you the horror stories. Though, these kids are in casual clothes. I would have been, literally, beaten if I tried to leave the house without my dress clothes on for church. It makes me relieved to be away from all of that absolute craziness.
I have the whole of this movie. It should be classed as HORROR. Yet I was brainwashed as a Roman Catholic. I was taught how to go to Confession by a Nun with a large cane and made to tell my sins to the whole class.
Roman Catholics are NOT alowwed to question.. The Roman Catholic Church has crazy beliefs like eating Jesus in a piece of bread and praying to a dead guy on a stick.
I just feel for those poor kids in the hands of that witch Rev. Bekky. I'd like to ask her how much she charges to haunt a house.
I couldn't finish this video. It made me feel so bad for those children... I mean, with my understanding of psychology (which is pretty pathetic, to be honest), what they were doing looked like child abuse.
I agree. I could not watch this entire video. Though I never resorted to fear-mongering, I am ashamed that I once taught Sunday school to kids of this age. When I started the clip, I figured I would get a good laugh but I was tortured inside that adults abuse impressionable children like this. If adults want to act childish and believe in myths, it is their right. But it is abusive to tell children, in essence, "Believe in Santa Claus or burn in hell."
This movie terrified me, watching it. I thought I was being indoctrinated, but it was nothing like this. Speaking in tongues, how on Earth is that "praising God" if you can't do it in your own language? That's something else, how is this NOT a cult?
Watching the entire movie, you feel that Levi, a little boy they feature in the movie as an upcoming preacher, is a smart kid, but without proper books and a fear of pursuing knowledge that may be "forbidden" is simply being used for his gift to retain knowledge and make it easier to understand. That kid could have been a wonderful teacher, or scientist, or anything else.