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JN
Feb 24th, 2012, 09:43 PM
Instead of firing registered sex offender pastor. The solution?TELLING FOLKS NOT TO BRING THEIR KIDS TO CHURCH! :help:
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Kids turned away from church

Court order bans unsupervised contact with children

Published On: Feb 19 2012 04:29:35 PM EST Updated On: Feb 19 2012 09:35:29 PM EST

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A Northside church has been at the center of a controversy for nearly a month since allowing a registered sex offender to return to the pulpit.

In 2009, Darrell Gilyard pleaded guilty to lewd conduct and lewd molestation. The victims were underage girls in his congregation at Shiloh Baptist Church.

In the past few weeks, Gilyard began preaching at Christ Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church on the Northside. His new position drew protests from other pastors and the New Black Panther Party.

Since taking the position, Gilyard would not speak to television reporters. Channel 4 looked up his address on the sex offender registry and went to a motel where he was staying in North Jacksonville.

The first time reporters approached Gilyard, he dropped his things and slammed the door. Moments later, he came outside and got into his car without saying a word.

Since joining Christ Tabernacle on North Davis Street, the congregation has had to adapt to changes. Under the terms of Gilyard’s release, court documents show he is not allowed to have “unsupervised contact with children under 18 years old.” The church agreed to ban children from Sunday service.

Sunday, a woman tried to bring a 2-year-old boy she babysits to services, but was turned away.

“They said for the next two weeks, no children are allowed,” Wanda Evans said. “This is the second Sunday, no children, so next week’s Sunday, kids will be able to be allowed.”

Last week, members of the new Black Panther Party of Jacksonville promised to protest every Sunday that Gilyard was a pastor at the church. This Sunday, however, there were no demonstrations.

(Source (http://www.news4jax.com/news/Kids-turned-away-from-church/-/475880/8807406/-/15jjbj9/-/index.html))


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mykarma
Feb 24th, 2012, 09:48 PM
Instead of firing registered sex offender pastor. The solution?TELLING FOLKS NOT TO BRING THEIR KIDS TO CHURCH! :help:
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Kids turned away from church

Court order bans unsupervised contact with children

Published On: Feb 19 2012 04:29:35 PM EST Updated On: Feb 19 2012 09:35:29 PM EST

http://ohellnawlblog.com/newohnblog/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Gilyard.jpg

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A Northside church has been at the center of a controversy for nearly a month since allowing a registered sex offender to return to the pulpit.

In 2009, Darrell Gilyard pleaded guilty to lewd conduct and lewd molestation. The victims were underage girls in his congregation at Shiloh Baptist Church.

In the past few weeks, Gilyard began preaching at Christ Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church on the Northside. His new position drew protests from other pastors and the New Black Panther Party.

Since taking the position, Gilyard would not speak to television reporters. Channel 4 looked up his address on the sex offender registry and went to a motel where he was staying in North Jacksonville.

The first time reporters approached Gilyard, he dropped his things and slammed the door. Moments later, he came outside and got into his car without saying a word.

Since joining Christ Tabernacle on North Davis Street, the congregation has had to adapt to changes. Under the terms of Gilyard’s release, court documents show he is not allowed to have “unsupervised contact with children under 18 years old.” The church agreed to ban children from Sunday service.

Sunday, a woman tried to bring a 2-year-old boy she babysits to services, but was turned away.

“They said for the next two weeks, no children are allowed,” Wanda Evans said. “This is the second Sunday, no children, so next week’s Sunday, kids will be able to be allowed.”

Last week, members of the new Black Panther Party of Jacksonville promised to protest every Sunday that Gilyard was a pastor at the church. This Sunday, however, there were no demonstrations.

(Source (http://www.news4jax.com/news/Kids-turned-away-from-church/-/475880/8807406/-/15jjbj9/-/index.html))


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Have these people lost their ever-loving-minds?

tennisbum79
Feb 24th, 2012, 09:58 PM
Have these people lost their ever-loving-minds?
So, they love the sex offender pastor so much, they will sacrifice their children's Sunday school.


They are really out of their mind; somebody to wake them up.

Some religious people can be so irrational.

Helen Lawson
Feb 25th, 2012, 12:51 AM
At least they are not hypocrites. They are practicing what they preach, forgiveness of all sins. Obviously not popular.

Can't they get a kindly church lady to supervise children attending or something?

JN
Feb 25th, 2012, 01:07 AM
Have these people lost their ever-loving-minds?

So, they love the sex offender pastor so much, they will sacrifice their children's Sunday school.


They are really out of their mind; somebody to wake them up.

Some religious people can be so irrational.

Notice that there are 2 different churches mentioned... the one where the victims congregated and the one that allowed him back behind the pulpit. Makes you wonder if there's any blackmail involved.

darrinbaker00
Feb 25th, 2012, 02:50 AM
At least they are not hypocrites. They are practicing what they preach, forgiveness of all sins. Obviously not popular.

Can't they get a kindly church lady to supervise children attending or something?

First of all, Helen, he's not back at the church where he did his damage; those are the people he needs to seek forgiveness from, and by going to another church, Mr. Gilyard has chosen not to do that. Second of all, it appears to me as if Mr. Gilyard loves hearing the title "Pastor" before his name more than he loves actually pastoring a church, because there's no way, NO WAY, any real pastor would ever allow himself or herself to be a hindrance to others. The good people at Christ Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church ought to be ashamed of themselves for turning ANYONE away at the door.

mykarma
Feb 25th, 2012, 05:00 PM
First of all, Helen, he's not back at the church where he did his damage; those are the people he needs to seek forgiveness from, and by going to another church, Mr. Gilyard has chosen not to do that. Second of all, it appears to me as if Mr. Gilyard loves hearing the title "Pastor" before his name more than he loves actually pastoring a church, because there's no way, NO WAY, any real pastor would ever allow himself or herself to be a hindrance to others. The good people at Christ Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church ought to be ashamed of themselves for turning ANYONE away at the door.

I hope Helen was just looking for a response.

$uricate
Feb 25th, 2012, 05:29 PM
Everybody wins :shrug:

I was made to go to Sunday school my whole childhood and I hated it.

I had the demon inside :sobbing:

Helen Lawson
Feb 25th, 2012, 07:40 PM
Maybe the guy is sorry and will never do it again. Like it or not, sex offenders don't get the death penalty and they don't get a life sentence. They have to earn a living somehow. If you are supposed to forgive, well, then he was the right hire. Maybe the guy doesn't know ow to do anything else.

darrinbaker00
Feb 25th, 2012, 08:18 PM
Maybe the guy is sorry and will never do it again. Like it or not, sex offenders don't get the death penalty and they don't get a life sentence. They have to earn a living somehow. If you are supposed to forgive, well, then he was the right hire. Maybe the guy doesn't know ow to do anything else.

By that line of reasoning, Conrad Murray should be allowed to practice medicine after he gets out of prison. As far as Mr. Gilyard's ability to earn a living:

www.monster.com

Helen Lawson
Feb 25th, 2012, 08:31 PM
He didn't kill people by being a pastor and preaching the word of God.

Sammo
Feb 25th, 2012, 09:18 PM
:haha::spit:

No seriously, this is so pathetic :help:

mykarma
Feb 26th, 2012, 01:22 AM
He didn't kill people by being a pastor and preaching the word of God.
Let him go preach to sex offenders, they certainly could use it. I wouldn't have that man around my children.