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Sounds vaguely familiar but I don't know anything. *goes to google*

Here's what I have so far, from googling 'homestead heritage christian'.

The pretty version (but still kinda ominous) heritageministries.net/communitylife.html

The not-so-pretty version http://www.texasobserver.org/cover-stor ... e-of-abuse (Not breaking link because I doubt they'd mind the traffic.)

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AD, this will never stop until you do. have a think about that.

experiencedd wrote:

Since Flora isn't here I thought I would repost this.


Rob Marino, Executive Director

PO Box 3138

Warrenton, VA 20188

Warrenton Clinic Location:

210 West Shirley Avenue

Warrenton VA 20186

Phone: (540) 347-0394

Fax: (540) 349-3262

Email: rob@fauquierfreeclinic.org

Website: http://www.fauquierfreeclinic.org

Serving: Fauquier County, Rappahannock County

The Fauquier Free Clinic serves low-income, uninsured residents of both Fauquier and Rappahannock Counties. Our patients come from households living at or below 150% of the federal poverty level. Over 65% of our patients are employed. Most are working in the service sector or in agriculture. We treat only those patients with no health insurance and no access to Medicaid, Medicare or other health care support.

*Accredited through the Virginia Association of Free Clinics since 2010.


Marci Bartley, MA, Executive Director

305 Hanson Avenue, Suite 140

Fredericksburg, VA 22401

Phone: (540) 373-2320

Fax: (540) 373-2320 (call first)

Email: fcsagency@aol.com

Website: http://www.fcsagency.org

Serving: Stafford County, Spotsylvania County, Orange County, King George County, Caroline County, Westmoreland County, Fredericksburg city

Fredericksburg Counseling Services, Inc.(FCS),a mental health free clinic, provides access to counseling and other related services, at no charge, to low income, uninsured residents of our region. Services include individual, couples, family counseling, case management for FCS clients andeducational presentations.The agency's goal is to help people work toward freedom from mental and emotional problems, family and marital conflicts, and other situations that affect quality of life.

ETA: http://www.jobs-to-careers.com/results3 ... 1&r=10&s=0 (no experience job listings)

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Wow, this is pretty serious if the Texas Observer (founded as a political newspaper to keep an eye on the circus at the state capitol in Austin) is on it. The comments after the article are interesting...

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Ok so this is what I found out. And its interesting for the fundy world.

Blair Adams was the founder of Homestead Heritage. Adams use to go to Kenneth Phillips church in Austin. Kenneth Phillips is Doug Phillips father.

what a small fundie world.

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