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  1. The post itself is nothing special or unusual (titus2.com/blog/), but the comments were interesting. There was a comment by Elizabeth, who asked almost the exact same question a commenter named Marilyn asked in an earlier post; Elizabeth says: April 8, 2012 at 1:33 pm Beautiful photo that captures the spirit of the Resurrection. A blessed Easter to all of you. I hope the little girls enjoyed their Easter baskets. Do they do an Easter egg hunt at your church? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Thank you. The little girls didn’t have any baskets or that sort of thing as we focus on Jesus and His resurrection at home and at church. God bless. Steve Elizabeth was given the same terse response by Steve that Marilyn was given. That is, if you do eggs and bunnies you're not focusing on Jesus, and you're not doing it right! I'm surprised he didn't ban the word Easter, but he probably wanted to leave it in to teach us all. Thank you, Steve for teaching us that we can't focus on eggs and bunnies and Jesus. That'll show those fake Christians, Elizabeth and Marilyn. As always, loved John and Marie's post.
  2. From the comments on the memorial post for Susanna Joy Maxwell: He wasn't anywhere near as insensitive in other comments, but FFS, why doesn't someone in the family have a word with him, when his responses are so breathtakingly cruel? Well done to Rebecca K whose comment showed such empathy and caring for the experiences of women who lose much wanted pregnancies. She is worth 10 of you Steve...
  3. YPestis

    Maxwells and government aid

    I think it's safe to assume the Maxwells don't look kindly on government aid/welfare. Nathan Maxwell uses that "Christian" insurance policy where everyone pays for each others' health care expenses if they feel it's a "moral" medical need. Anyways, business appears to be down for the main Maxwell family. They're not making their Maxwell conferences anymore and they are competing in an increasingly crowded field against larger and more professional companies. Nathan Maxwell is trying to jumpstart his ITOnRamp educational webinar. In this economy, that is not easy. Plus, his wife has had a series of complicated pregnancies resulting in six figure medical bills. Given their precarious situation, what do you think the Maxwells will do if Nathan and Melenie finds themselves heavily in debt? After all, their "health insurance" is essentially a charity whereby money sent is based on the morality of one's medical problems. If Melenie acquires an expensive hospital stay (not hard to do!). Or their next baby needs a few weeks in the NICU, their "insurance" may not cover everything. An $150k bill is not unheard of. What will the Maxwells do then? Will they admit that they need the evil government's aid? Will they allow their kids to be covered under Medicaid? What happens if ITOnRamp goes under? Or doesn't produce enough to support a growing family? Do you think Nathan and Steve will ever admit to utilizing government help?
  4. The rules: You must say something nice about the following fundies. It can be about anything from their looks to their personality. BUT it must be nice Have fun! Steve Maxwell Teri Maxwell Sarah Maxwell Gil Bates Kelly Bates Michaella: Erin: Nathan:
  5. I was reading the comments on Sarah's birthday blog post, and came across a reply from Steve that surprised me in revealing just how controlling Steve Maxwell is. It shouldn't have surprised me, but it did. This is a comment from a little boy who enjoys the Moody books; Tony says: January 20, 2012 at 7:57 pm Dear Sarah, Happy Birthday! I am that boy you met in St. Louis, MO when your family was on tour. We got our picture with you. The Moody series is awesome! I read one every night before I go to bed. Where did you get the ideas for the book? I am working on a story of my own about a red wolf named James. Your very big reader, Tony >>>>>>>>>>>>> We get many of the ideas from experiences we have and some we observe. Steve Um, what is this "we" b.s.? Sarah writes the books herself. She may have her family read them and make suggestions, but they are hers alone as far as I can see. That's pretty low, even for Steve, to take some credit for his daughter's books. And Tony didn't write to, and compliment Steve. He wrote to Sarah. Pretty shitty of you, Steve.
  6. Whilst being a nasty, condescending prick toward Rebecca K, Steveo Maxwell also displayed his true density further down the comments...
  7. 6 Responses to “MOTH Book Processing†Rebecca K. says: December 8, 2011 at 11:08 am Nice pictures. Glad you had a blessed time. Rebecca K. Rebecca K says: December 8, 2011 at 12:44 pm Can I help next time? R K!K >>>>>>>>>>> That is very kind but a very long drive. Steve So come on, 'fess up - who is R K!K, this time.......? And bets on how long the comment will stay up?
  8. Justme

    Steve's dad was in the military.

    There is a comment on their vet's day post thanking them for their service. I new Steve was in the air force but did not know his dad was in the service. Maybe Steve grew up as a "service bratt."
  9. The girls do all the house chores. The boys do the outside chores and actually have Paying jobs. Teri wrote a book. He hasn't written anything in a long time. Besides read and approve blog comments, what do you think he does all day?
  10. junebug

    Steve Maxwell's rude e-mail reply

    I guess I'm guilty of being slightly interested in Chris & Anna. So the other day I commented on the Maxwell blog and I asked how they're doing & if they could do an update. I got this reply back: Well excuuuuuuse me!
  11. In a fairly recent thread, we were chatting about why they never stay with conference families during their travels. Well, low and behold, a new post! They are staying with a GA family for several days. Many pictures, mealtime, helping in kitchen, etc.
  12. The one binding the Chorepack...... but I hope you laughed as much as I did, just for a minute! http://www.titus2.com/blog/index.php/20 ... -feedback/
  13. Justme


    Next installments of ongoing subjects. (I haven't had time to read them yet.)
  14. MamaJunebug

    Steve Maxwell Family Integrated Church

    In trying to come up with a Maxwell timelines (I'm obsessed with people who willingly move mid-continent when they have lives on a coast! ) I came upon the link to their church [sic] http://www.titus2.com/families-for-Jesu ... wship.html Which they prominently describe as a multi-generational, family-integrated church. Makes me wonder if Steve is trying to favorably impress Scott Brown and Doug Phillips .... or how much the three men are already in cahoots.
  15. When I read that the Maxwells are having f--, I started to wonder about the level of intimacy in Steve and Teri's relationship. Neither one of them looks like they would be interested in any sex that doesn't involve a hole in a sheet. I wonder if they have sex, and if so, do they enjoy it? Teri doesn't seem like someone who could have an orgasm, and I don't think Steve would allow it anyway. Thoughts? Should I break out the brain bleach?
  16. An adult woman needs her husband to "EQUIP" her... hmmm.... puleez dh equip me to do my job of cooking, cleaning, and sewing, oh and add in the Maxwell's books so I can do it RIGHT!! and they can add to their bankroll. quotes from Dad's Corner - May 2006 Mama Gets a Hard Hat "....Teri's need for reliable clothes washing won out over my desire not to get rid of a significant financial investment that should have lasted many years longer. We vote by our decisions. If I say I value all my wife does and want to help her in keeping up, I must demonstrate that by spending money for tools to help her...." "...Only recently when we began eating lots of vegetables did I give Teri a nicer set of knives for Mother's Day...." "...Also as a side note, I have found, that Dad's understanding may be necessary because there can be wasted time and material since all sewing projects don't turn out as intended. Is that any different than for us dads in our projects? Over the years, I've made numerous trips to the lumber yard to replace materials that didn't quite measure up after they were cut. May we be loving and gentle with our wives' mistakes as we consider our own mistakes..." "...Originally in the planning stages of this article, I had not even thought of mentioning these next two tools. However, because of the tremendous impact Managers of Their Homes (MOTH), has made in thousands of homes, as I was writing this Corner, I realized I had to recommend two tools..."
  17. This topic came up on another thread but I thought it was worthy of its own space. I am deeply fascinated to think about what might happen to some of our more extreme first-generation fundie families, if the patriarch (eg Steve Maxwell) were to die prematurely. Do we know of any families that confronted challenges or changed course following the death of the Head of Household? On a personal note, I had a friend in High School, whose father was a fundie of sorts (though I would not have known what the word meant, back then). I am from the UK and was attending a fairly conservative church myself at the time, but this school friend belonged to a family where Dad had isolated the family from other Christians, over a number of years. My friend had siblings who were 10 years+ older than him, so they had already moved out and established their own lives, when he was in his teens, and when his Dad first set up a home church with other families, and then moved to holding his own 'family of 3' church when God told him that the other families were not strict enough. My friend was not taken out of school (it rarely happens in the UK), but his father was extremely strict and they did not allow much socialising and did not celebrate birthdays of Christmas. Fast forward 10 years and the dad died suddenly - my poor friend was actually present when his dad had a heart attack and tried unsuccessfully to resuscitate him. The day after the man's funeral, his wife, my friend's mum, put on her best dress and went out to lunch with her remaining female friends. She had very devoutly followed her husband's wishes over the 15 or so extreme years, because she had promised to 'love, honour and obey... til death do us part' and she took her wedding vows, and her beliefs about male headship, very seriously. But the day after she buried him, she jumped straight into a new life, and with support of friends, she recovered over time, and lives a very happy conservative-lite Christian life to this day. The elder siblings had never joined in their father's extreme ways and so were glad to have their mum 'back'. For them, life went on much as usual, after grieving for their dad, as anyone might. Unfortunately, my friend, (who at this point is more just a 'facebook friend' so I on't see him often) was absolutely devastated by his father's death and took his mother's change-of-heart very badly has still not resolved those issues. He was young enough to have been indoctrinated and taken on his father's beliefs as his own, so after his father died, he was left badly shaken, in a world with no-one sharing his views and beliefs. Since I have been reading at FJ I have often thought about my friend, and have wondered what might happen in these extreme families, if the patriarch were removed. What with all the '"My life is so great!!!!" posts on Titus2.com recently, many of us have been speculating about how the children might be stuffing down huge disappointments and resentments about their lives, and it makes me wonder what might happen if Steve were to be 'taken home' sooner than he expects. I would imagine that technically, Nathan would become Head of Household, (though Christopher would be the one best suited to the death-mongering-preacher job, IMO) but I wonder who might take their chances and jump ship, if the opportunity to think for themselves presented itself. Do we know of any fundie families where Daddy has died prematurely, and the consequences have been played out online? (Sorry for the morbid nature of this post... )
  18. A commenter on the Maxwell's most recent post ("2 p.m.") asked what the Maxwells read besides the bible. The answer was, not a hell of a lot. Apparently Mary reads just little (when she has time), but any other reading is strictly for studying for various certifications. So, the Maxwells expect people to buy and read their twaddle, but have no need for reading anything but the bible themselves. titus2.com/blog/
  19. From the comments on this blog entry: titus2.com/blog/index.php/2008/05/13/who-has-the-memory-loss-plus-a-blessing/ Could you please explain more about your nursing home church, or direcct me to a former blog post, if necessary? I am very interested in hearing more about it! >>>>>>>>>> We have had our church fellowship there for 5 years now. We love those people and they love us. We thought we would be able to bless them, but they bless us far, far, more than we ever could imagine. We don’t have any problems with immodesty, with youth groups or contemporary music. When we travel, Nathan and Melanie take over the service for us. I’m not sure what to else to say. The whole family loves the elderly. Joseph calls them the jewels of the faith. They are the cast-offs off our society, but precious in the sight of the Lord Jesus. A nursing home church is the definition of pure religion as found in James 1:27. Anyone curious is welcome to visit us at Golden Living in Lansing, KS Sunday mornings at 9:30. I do have more information I can email you if you would like. James 1:27 New International Version (NIV) 27 Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world. [my emboldening] OK.... I've heard lots of fundies exclaim about the dangers of youth groups, but only the Maxwells have come up with the definitive solution to that problem...
  20. What older, umarried fundie men would be a good match for Sarah Maxwell? There are some late 20s/early 30s unmarried Arndt men. Paul is almost 31.
  21. Justme

    New corners are up.

    Teri's is "mahh", just about not being lazy. Daddy is on "fire" again after schools, particularly charter schools. Of course, "their" onramp "school" is OK! P.S. Poor Teri can't even buy a bathroom rug on her own. Steve has to "help". Me, I just run down to Bed & Bath. I wonder if the girls have ever been in a shopping mall. I'll bet Steve has them convinced they are full of lust & nakked people..... I wonder if the girls even drive. Could you imagine being 30, living in the 'burbs and not being able to drive....
  22. The whole family is helping out this time. I must say, even with all this "healthy" eating, some of the Maxwell men are looking a little "paunchy" around the midsection.
  23. YPestis

    Maxwell July 4th post

    The Maxwell has a new post up which was kind of exist, even amongst fundie families. It fails to even acknowledge the women who fought and died for this country. Even among many conservatives, there is acknowledgement that women have been killed in the line of duty. Sarah Maxwell was the poster. I'm not sure if this indicative of the state of her (un)awareness of the world, or perhaps the state of her (outdated) education. However, her father and her grandfather (as they like to point out) was in the military, so you'd think they'd be aware that females are joining the military and making sacrifices for their country, some offering up their lives in the name of duty. I guess even that bit of female achievement would be too much to acknowledge from the Maxwells, huh?
  24. So unlike Sarah! Why do I get a feeling something's not right in Kansas? The 'clock is ticking' post was quite bizarre. Things just seem out of kilter- I do truly hope nothing's seriously amiss.
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