Pr 29:18
Where there is no vision,

the people perish:

but he that keepeth the law,

happy is he.

About Us

Chuck and Amy have been married 22 years and have 5 children. After completing Bible College in 1991, Chuck's creativity continued to produce a variety of "tools" to be used to reach the lost. The protfolio of ideas is filled with "way out of the box" accomplishments, concepts, and attempts. Over the past 20 years Chuck has worked for three different nationally known pastors and one world renowned creation evangelist. Using some simple laws of science, Chuck has foumulated a different perspective on the faults of modern Christianity and offers several solutions to regain the lost ground.

M.E. was born of necessity.

 

Observation and experience are two wonderful teachers. Many times their lessons come through much difficulty and force us to reevaluate our beliefs and practices. In the past 20 years I have served on the staff of 3 nationally known pastors and one world famous creation evangelist. My family has seen God provide for the building of His church and we have seen men who were so greedy of gain that the church was hurt and confused by their actions, lack of action, and grotesque sin. Weather serving on staff as the youth pastor, assistant pastor, or simply as a staff evangelist, I led souls to Christ on a regular basis and was responsible for more baptisms than anyone else on staff. My family has watched as God provided exactly what was needed for the ministry and then observed that provision be misappropriated to serve as a promotion tool of the senior administrator. This is not a document meant for self justification but its content, documentation, photos, and video will allow anyone who reads from my personal testimony and experiences, a new way to view what is the ROOT cause of the problems in our Christian Nation.

 

I am not a genius but I do have access to a large group of scientifically advanced minds. They have taught me to understand the basic laws of science and what the results are when applied to the work of the church. While he was living, Albert Einstein gave us the perfect definition of insanity (When someone does the same thing over and over the same way and consistently expects a different result.)  The two first laws of Empirical Science state that, facts or evidence must be 1) observable, and 2) must have the ability to be replicated.  Today’s leaders of Christianity have been seduced to believe that their job is making a couple of visits each week, performing good funerals, socials, revivals, camps, and conferences, and then three times a week preach hard to the members that attend the services. The results of this practice never reach the effects of Pentecost, they never see 3000 saved at one moment, nor do they ever completely change an entire town. Ac 2:46 And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, did eat their meat with gladness and singleness of heart, Ac 2:47 Praising God, and having favour with all the people. And the Lord added to the church daily such as should be saved.  This is not what we find taking place among the administrators (pastors) of the post-modern church age. In a county of over 30,000 people, there are several people wanting to be saved each and every day. Yet, our leaders are simply not obeying the GO of the GOspel.

By simply observing (Empirical Law 1) the ineffectiveness this has had upon our society it would seem that they are only the servants of a lesser god. But one must understand the conditioned response of the general church member, they think their pastor is such a great man of God because he is popular among his camp, has an honorary PHD or received a PHD from some unknown paper mill university, or because he is so loving and affectionate. They are also deceived into thinking their church is “on fire” for the Lord because there is a good singer or choir special that make everybody “tingle”.  Even thought each of the members in the congregation that have a secular job knows the meaning of productivity in the workplace, they seldom apply this standard to the one who holds the office of “pastor”. Most of them work at facilities that can prove a man’s worth by what he has produced at the end of the day. But the office of pastor has become such an elevated professional administrative position that regular members no longer judge their performance by their productivity.   

The seducing spirits came upon Christianity in the 50s when the pastors started doing the work of traveling evangelist, thus neglecting their flock and their community. (Public School activities, committees, students, and administrators)   Instead of keeping the skilled and Holy Spirit filled evangelist that traveled this country leading campaigns that closed down brothels, bars, and gambling joints; these new pastors found a way to receive the salary of a regular paying job while simultaneously pocketing thousands of dollars in love offerings as they traveled among their contemporaries. No longer did the congregation hear evangelist ask them if their pastor was an effective soul-winner. Instead, they would hear the visiting pastor instruct them on reasons that their pastor should not drive a used car or have to mow his own yard. This exchange of professional subterfuge worked and masses of Christians looked to the pastor with the biggest church who, in his multiple responsibilities would not have time to attend the PTA meeting, serve on the public school curriculum committee, eat lunch at school with his students, or attend any of the ballgames. This mass exodus of pastors from the public school and community left our society open for attack through the forces of Satan disguised as humanism. The resulting effects took place within a 10 year window that started with the removal of prayer from the schools in 1963 to the destruction of the unborn in 1973.

Still, American Christians are seduced by the mega church movement with all its entertainment, open acceptance, lack of church discipline, and materialism. M.E. is a ministry that has and will continue to engineer ways to bring the church back into the community. Through the use of media, technology, and excitement we want to captivate the attention of the general public and be as John the Baptist was to those who were looking for something real and meaningful.