Where Have All The Drama Queens Gone? The March Dallas Hear The Watchmen Conference Is A Hard Act to Follow For the Knoxville Event Organizers

Mike Whitestone AKA Mike Kerr's Challenge to stay out of jail

Mike Whitestone AKA Mike Kerr once again tempting Fate

Mike Whitestone AKA Mike Kerr

Mike Whitestone AKA Mike Kerr

It would appear that many are contemplating the upcoming September 30-October 2, 2016  Hear The Watchmen Conference in Knoxville, Tennessee, as I see an upsurge in the readership of this blog’s dozen or so articles on the first conference, which took place in Dallas last March 18-20, 2016.

That first Hear The Watchmen Conference had featured 9 key speakers, Paul McGuire, L. A. Marzulli, Pastor David Lankford, Michael Boldea, Russ Dizdar, Jon Robberson, Gregg Jackson, Coach Dave Daubenmire and Pastor Flip Benham.  In addition, the emcees for the Dallas event were Doug and Joe Hagmann, John B. Wells and Sheila Zilinsky.  The names highlighted in bold print are those who are not on the roster for the Knoxville conference.

As they stood by the sullied reputation of event organizers Mike Kerr AKA Mike Whitestone and his wife Jeannie Moore/Kerr, the missing participants from the Knoxville conference displayed a loyalty unmatched in the Shakespearean-style dramas of the Merchants of Christian Alternative Media.  Also missing from the new roster of speakers is Steve Quayle, who for a short time was shown in the photo lineup of the Knoxville conference.

As befitting the short history of the Hear The Watchmen Conference,  the scripture chosen to highlight the Knoxville event is “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few”.  (Matthew 9:37).  Below is the roster of speakers of the September Hear The Watchmen Conference:

The Laborers in the Knoxville field

The Laborers in the Knoxville field

Last spring the first conference generated much interest due to the controversy which arose when Nathan Leal reproved the New Age heresies of Dr. Ted Broer.   As a result of listening on December 18, 2015, to that particular Hagmann/Broer interview, Nathan Leal made an attempt to deal with the heresy issues with the organizers of the Hear The Watchman Conference, as both men were scheduled to speak on the same platform. When that discussion failed,  Leal issued a letter of resignation from the conference on December 23, 2015, as a matter of conscience.

Subsequently, Dave Hodges on his Commonsense show defended Dr. Ted Broer’s version of events.  In the meantime Donna Leal had mentioned in late December that they had been threatened with a lawsuit regarding “fair use”.  I am guessing this had something to do with the audio created by Nathan Leal explaining precisely why he had disagreed so strongly with Broer’s theology.  Leal had wisely used sound bites from the radio broadcast so that the listener could hear what had been stated. By January 8, 2016, this audio had been removed from Nathan Leal’s website.

John Little of Omega Shock  defended Nathan Leal, and provided key information on the behind the scenes attacks against Leal which had resulted when he publically stated his reasons for separating from the Hear The Watchman Conference. On January 4, 2016 in response to this incident, I posted Kudos to Nathan Leal of the Watchman’s Cry for Standing Up (For a Few Days Anyway) to Dr. Ted Broer, Hagmann and Hagmann and Dave Hodges.  I was quite surprised by the high numbers of readers interested in this particular incident.  And so on January 11, 2016,  I wrote another article involving Steve Quayle and Pastor David Lankford, who were pressured to publically comment on the underlying causes of this controversy.

On January 28, 2016 I posted Cloven Tongues of Strange Fire:  The Continuing Controversy of the Hear The Watchmen Conference, and two days later on January 30th again posted another article called, The Sins of Christian Marketplace Conflicts of Interest:  or when Doug and Joe Hagmann, Did You Intend to  Release The Results of Your Background Investigation of the Founders of the Hear The Watchmen Conference?

Eight more articles ensued discussing  the shady fund-raising history of the fictitious name Mike Whitestone AKA Mike Kerr and his wife Jeannie Moore/Kerr and their GOFUNDME account, as well as Doug Hagmann and John B. Wells’ attempt to defend the duplicity of Mike Whitestone.  Other articles can be found on this blog on the speakers and persons connected with the first conference including Jon Robberson (The Hollywood Insider), Paul McGuire, Flip Benham, Sheila Zilinsky, Pastor David Lankford, Steve Quayle, Dave Hodges, and  Dave Daubenmire, who dresses in a baseball oufit, who I noted was a key defender of tax fraud Dr. Dino.

When the Dallas conference was concluded, a roster of possible participants for the Knoxville conference was shown, including a photo of Steve Quayle. Since he will not be present, I note that one of the speakers added to the current line-up is another drama queen,  Anthony Patch.  On  February 15, 2016, I wrote about his strange antics in a post called The Real Reason The Men in Black Tried to Silence Anthony Patch.

Without Douglas Hagmann, Sheila Zilinsky, and Steve Quayle to bolster the second Hear the Watchmen Conference, it would appear that this upcoming event in Knoxville, Tennessee, will be just one more dreary  conference. Perhaps Russ Dizdar might prove to be interesting, particularly as one attendee in the Spring conference who refused to clap at his speech, was ousted as a possible terrorist suspect.  I may yet examine all of Dizdar’s material in-depth, having only perused through some of his audios.  Of note is that this month someone used my email contact information, without my permission, to subscribe me to Russ Dizdar’s newsletter, notices, book discounts, and upcoming event notices.

A short summary of key events given below will remind my regular readers that the brouhaha associated with the Nathan Leal/Dr. Ted Broer controversy represented a real crisis in the inner circle of Doug Hagmann and Steve Quayle.  Nathan Leal had for some time been a featured repeat guest on the Hagmann show, but his brief stand against the heresy of another Hagmann guest represented a breach of the code of loyalty of the brotherhood of this Alternative Media universe. Into the breach jumped Dave Hodges to defend Broer. And then on January 7, 2016,  Steve Quayle and Pastor David Lankford publically commented on this situation, due to the pressure from their inquiring listener base.

John Little then defends Leal, and brings to light the unsavory actions of the conference organizer Mike Whitestone, who is trying to distance himself from critical newspaper articles written exposing his fundraising tactics under his real name Mike Kerr.  His wife’s toffee business is a sponsor of the Hagmann broadcast.  On February 20, 2016 I wrote an article called The King of Jousters, John B. Wells and his ARK Knight-errant, Sir Douglas Hagmann give a Private Exhibition of Their Prowess.  In this article as well as others, I transcribe the audio of the men defending the shady actions of their friends who partner and promote each other in the Alternative Media. On March 2, 2016 Douglas Hagmann ranted on air against bloggers who transcribe his every word.

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Note the New Sensitivity to the complaints against the Event Organizers who are known for their gross commercialism of the needs of Veterans and Christians. In addition to promoting this conference, Singing Lessons are encouraged by emcee John B. Wells

Last year I asked Mike Whitestone for an accounting of his GoFundMe account and was ignored. This year he lowered his monetary goal and added that this account was set up for Jean Moore, as I had questioned the legality of using a ficticious name. I had heard that Jean Moore had married Mike Kerr and I do not know if she retained her prior surname. If not, then this is another Red Flag day for the Event Organizers who like to confuse the paper trail which those nosy IRS auditors like to sniff out.

Last year I asked Mike Whitestone for an accounting of his GoFundMe account and was ignored. This year he lowered his monetary goal and added that this account was set up for Jean Moore, as I had questioned the legality of using a ficticious name. I had heard that Jean Moore had married Mike Kerr and I do not know if she retained her prior surname. If not, then this is another Red Flag day for the Event Organizers who like to confuse the paper trail which those nosy IRS auditors like to sniff out.

Publicity of the Leal/Broer/Mike Whitestone/ Dallas Hear the Watchmen conference had gotten so far out of control that a diversion smoke grenade was tossed out on February 25, 2016 by Steve Quayle who had issued a QAlert headlined as Timothy Alberino and His Family Have Come Under A Defined and Very Dangerous Attack Wednesday Night, And, Had Not God Intervened, All Would Have Died.  Again in a post, I transcribed this very strange story, as told by Timothy Alberino and Steve Quayle to Doug Hagmann.

Then during the actual conference in Dallas on March 18-20, 2016, Douglas Hagmann claimed that he had experienced major problems with the TSA at the airport, that terrorist threats had been made against conference participants,  that he was forced to stay in the hotel and advised not to leave, and that the police had erected a 25 foot surveillance tower at the hotel, of which no one had thought to take a photo of.  And then again,  there was that man who was viewed as acting strangely because he did not applaud Russ Dizdar.  That man in the audience was removed from the conference as a possible terrorist.

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As is usual with Hagmann, no police reports are provided to support his story with facts. However, after the Dallas conference, the drama continued.  I want to thank the alert reader of this blog who sent me a copy of the Vancouver Canada Provincial Adult Court docket.  We must recall that the Event Organizers and attendees claimed that the Dallas conference was anointed by God and a great success.  But within 3 days of the conclusion of this God anointed event,  one of the emcees, referred to by Mike Whitestone as a Warrior Woman for Jesus, ended up on March 23, 2016 with charges being brought against her for assault, uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm, causing disturbance, mischief-obstruction/use/enjoyment of property in Vancouver, Canada.

The British Columbia court system, file number 241656 shows as the cause claimed for these actions to be fear of injury/damage by another person.  Screenshots of this event are shown below, taken from the public records of the Vancouver Provincial Adult Court:

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As the title of this post suggests, indeed the Dallas Hear The Watchmen Conference will be a hard act to follow by those participating in this month’s Knoxville event.

 

 

 

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Internationally Recognized Prophecy Expert, Author and Speaker Paul McGuire Threatens to Out the “Anonymous” Author of the Tracking the Leopard Meroz blog

And he spake a parable unto them, Can the blind lead the blind? Shall they not both fall into the ditch?  Luke 6:39

On November 27, 2015 I received a comment from Paul McGuire on my About Page.  Here is a screen shot of this page with his comment.

Notice the Poor Man’s Copyright to the right of the page which declares twice that Jacquelyn Weaver is the author of the blog Tracking The Leopard Meroz.

Now one of the things Paul McGuire accuses me of  is “I don’t see you giving your real name in your Blog which implies you are hurling the accusations while you yourself have not disclosed who you really are, which means you have something to hide.”  Now when I read this comment to one of my regular readers, there was great hilarity.  This reader  considered replying to Paul McGuire’s comment by pointing out the obvious, “Look over to the right, Jacquelyn Weaver’s name is printed twice, next to your comment!”  But  then this reader read this statement, “Of course I already know you(sp) real name and who you are and something about you because I work with people who provide this information”.  No doubt most of the information these “people” have on me comes straight from my blog. After all, my name is not only disclosed on my Notice of The Poor Man’s Copyright, but it is also shown at the bottom of each post.  Also on my main page I give hyperlinks to my other blogs, which include photos of my house and yard, kitchen, sewing and painting projects, and my style of writing includes much biographical information, including that I live in Purvis, Mississippi.  Aurora Justicia’s Facebook which is linked in one of my articles, shows three actual photos of me, and while I am years older now, I still retain “that look”.

So these brilliant people of Paul McGuire’s are so stupid that they cannot seem to understand that my real name is Jacquelyn Weaver.  And because they are the blind leading the blind, they think I am hiding something.  Paul McGuire is so sure of this conclusion that he thinks he is taking the high road when he states, “If you want to ask me questions publicly and give out your real name and who you are, I will be happy to answer your questions.  But at least I come out an(sp) let people who I am. In contrast, you hide who you are, which speaks volumes”.  Mr. McGuire you have made a real fool of yourself here.  Are you sure that this comment was not posted by one of your stupider employees, who posted it to the wrong blog?  Is this some standard comment you make to anyone who describes facts about you which you refuse to address?

You claim that I am not accurate, which makes my comments a lie, yet you do not cite any particular statement I have made in which you care to refute with “real” facts.  Perhaps you are concerned that some IRS auditor might wonder if you do indeed have a local church which meets the requirements for the IRS tax exemptions.  Why are you not showing me  videos of all of your Sunday morning, Sunday evening, Wednesday night church services which show you preaching before a real congregation, and which allow us to view real worship in song and word?  I would be glad to let my readers view a year’s worth of these services, and to also explain to them that I am correcting my “misperceptions” of your so called Senior Pastor ministry of a local congregation.  Please name all of your deacons and trustees as well.  And since you hate anonymity, why not disclose the names and personal information on each of these people which you work with who provide you information? Or are you trying to threaten me with your Bully boys by implying you have something on me which is hidden from the sight of my readers.  I would really like to know what that might be, since your investigation of me is so thorough, that you have convinced yourself that my real name is not my real name.

 

 

Paul McGuire, Senior Pastor of the Mailbox Church

I have begun to study Paul McGuire, and the twists and turns to his saga are many, so let us begin at the beginning.  Let this be Part One, or rather let us start by looking at one tiny facet of this Rhinestone Cowboy, who appears to live on Stevenson Ranch, California.  While he is beloved by many Hagmann and Hagmann listeners, and endorsed by Steve Quayle,  I find him to be the Big Snooze,  whether his voice is carried  on radio, or whether his good looks are displayed on a video. But after all, what is my little opinion?  Paul Mcguire is the Senior Pastor of Paradise Mountain Church International.paul mcguire

This church has an EIN Number 90-0486140 and was registered with the California Secretary of State on January 28, 2009 under file C3188770. When I went into Google maps to view the address of registration, it appeared to be a residence, perhaps where Paul McGuire lives with his congregation in a home church consisting of his family, and maybe a dog, cat or parakeet.

Paradise Mountain Church International has its own website paulmcguire.org, which was created on December 13, 2006, and registered at the same residential address in Stevenson Ranch, California. And so, we must rely on the information on this webpage to provide us insight into Paul McGuire’s church vision.

The first thing we notice on the home page is that PMIC is “A local church celebrating God’s love with an emphasis on the prophetic word.”  Below this is featured the scripture verse, 2 Chronicles 7:14, which on the left side bar says, “If My people, which are called by My name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”  Remember the capitalized  word My, you will need this information later.

On the left side we are given the physical address of Paradise Mountain Church International as 25876 The Old Road #136, Stevenson Ranch, CA 91381.  In the main body of this page we are welcomed with the greeting, “Paradise Mountain Church International is a local church with regular meetings, where we worship the Lord, teach the Bible, pray for the sick, and minister to the needy, elderly and widows.  We celebrate the love of Jesus with all people and welcome them into our family no matter what race, ethnicity, or where they are on their spiritual journey.”

This introduction continues, “On July 23, our Senior Pastor Paul McGuire gave one of the most important prophetic messages of his ministry, entitled, “America’s Future”, sponsored by Paradise Mountain Church International.  Please be sure to check back regularly for upcoming meetings in 2015!”

Well, I am eager to find out why he refers to the services of this church as meetings, rather than services, so I go to Google maps and enter the address given and discover a shopping mall, which is a short drive from the residential address.  I look around but cannot locate where #136 is.  I email a friend who is quicker at these things than me, and she tells me to enter the address into the search engine, and what pops up is the UPS Store!!!  So Senior Pastor McGuire has a mailbox church?  In case you think I am mistaken, here is what Paul McGuire’s blog has to say on this matter.ups stevenson ranch

He wrote on June 2, 2014, “As many of you know we have been holding regular local meetings since around 2007.  We are in the process of putting up a new website and communicating to people interested in the church through social media.  We will continue to make the times of the meetings available through websites and social media dedicated to that purpose.  We have been holding meetings at a local church, but we have decided not to promote the name of that church to the general public.  They are a completely distinct and separate ministry.  Unfortunately, a few people would call them and burden their staff with questions and in some cases were rude.  This is unacceptable for true Christians to do.  As such, we are not setting up distinct internet information for the church.  Please keep us in your prayers.  God is doing great things!”

So there was someone out there who wanted to attend Paradise Mountain Church International, and no one would tell them when the service was scheduled to meet. They probably checked the address at the shopping mall and found that there were no church services going on in the mailbox.  Most likely when they began to suspect that this church was an internet illusion, and the only reality of it happened to be that you could put money in the plate as it passed by, they got miffed and were as rude and as unchristian as Jesus was, when he overturned the moneychanger’s tables.

To remedy this matter, Paul McGuire created a Facebook page for Paradise Mountain Church International.  He posted on June 2, 2014 that this site was “dedicated to the mission and activities of the ministry and not just one individual.  We will be posting all the info you need in (sp) soon!”  Excited by this prospect, a very nice looking woman commented on June 10, 2014,”Please post your sermons and Thank You!”  Yes, I too would like to hear the church sermons made public, which supposedly were given at some secret church compound, hidden from the general masses of people by which, incidentally,  Jesus Christ had bled and died for.

Well, why don’t we continue back to the Church website and see who the deacons, elders, and ministers of Paul McGuire’s “We” language, which he uses when speaking of this church. I go to the About Us Page, and we find a write-up of Paul McGuire, Senior Pastor. We find that he is a “licensed minister through both Paradise Mountain International Church and the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel.”

Now when my internet friend read this, she nearly fell over laughing, because as she had observed, he had ordained himself at the church he had created!  Now I cannot discover any other ministerial staff at Paradise Mountain Church International, other than  I, Me, Myself, and Mine, Mine, Mine.  But don’t worry.  None of these dignitaries, including the dog, the cat, and the parakeet have any intention of letting you into their secret private church services.  We are told by Paul McGuire himself that Paul McGuire (I, Me, and Myself) is a “professor and taught at Jack Hayford’s King’s College and Seminary for over 20 years, until the school located to Texas.  His ministry has been publicly endorsed by Jack Hayford, Francis Schaeffer, Edith Schaeffer, Tim and Beverly LaHaye, James and Shirley Dobson, Dr. D. J. James Kennedy, and Pastor Chuck Smith, the late Dr. Bill Bright and many others.”

So Paul McGuire could care less what you think of him.  Think I am kidding? Here is a screen shot of Paul McGuire’s answer to a letter written to him and posted in his Mailbag at paulmcguire.us.   In his answer, he snidely asks the letter writer, “What respected Christian leaders endorse you?”  So much for the least esteemed of the church being able to judge matters in the church. And in case you happen to disagree with the letter writer’s thoughts, how come Paul McGuire never reproves Steve Quayle for putting his personal opinions on the same level as prophecy?   Oh, yeah, that’s different.   Steve Quayle is endorsed by the same folks who endorse Paul McGuire.

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