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Xchange is John Macarthur's ministry for Grace Community Church members attending Jr. High School.  In 2014, Xchange Ministries hosted a Summer camp.  The video below shows Xchange members participating in games at this camp which involve dead animal parts.  The video shows young people not only circling and carrying dead animal heads, but also licking and placing dead animal parts in their mouths.  The events at this camp are quite debasing, degrading, and disturbing. 

I also wonder where these many dead animal heads came from.  Did they come from animals killed outside the campsite in a Druidic ritual sacrifice and then brought back to the camp for the young kids to play games with? 

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What does it taste like?  Pictured below is a girl licking a dead animal part at John Macarthur's Xchange "Ministry" Summer Camp 2014.



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Young church members dancing around a severed animal's head at John Macarthur's Xchange Ministry Summer Camp 2014



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Can you say E.coli ? What is this? It makes us want to know whats going on in our kids camp!
I watched a long version of the video from this  and it looks more like something from Burning Man festival in Nevada or the remake of  "Wicker Man" with Nicolas Cage  than anything "Christian " by any stretch . So is this the new face of conservative Christianity...Actually I think I equate this to some
Strange Fire in the  Macarthur Camp! I imagine the parents would be outraged if they knew. It takes some sick puppy to think this stuff up! Did any kids get sick?
Not a total surprise sad to say- the author of the Southern Baptist children's curriculum  just wrote an article for Christianity Today about "What the Church can learn from Burning Man. Turns out his co-board member of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton has been to Burning Man 5 times and is now calling his annual visits "Research". Blind leading the Blind and then leading our children!
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Camp attendee holding a dead animal's head at John Macarthur's Xchange Summer Camp 2014 



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Another dead animal head at Xchange Summer Camp 2014

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Xchange Ministry camp attendees rushing to be the first to grab the dead animal's head (there are several other dead animal heads within the 2 pools of brown water)



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A happy Xchange Ministry Camp 2014 attendee has got himself an animal's head!



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Where does John Macarthur get these dead animal heads? 



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Learning to speak in tongues?  John Macarthur's Xchange Ministry Summer Camp 2014




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While I know they are notorious for making people sign legal waivers when they join, every parent who let their kid go on this needs to take legal action, and not give this cult one more penny. I know some at the cult ed forum found some of my stories from when I was there hard to believe, but are those things really that much of a stretch when you see how they treat junior high age children? The title of the thread "Debasing and degrading young gentiles" is appropriate since it is all about keeping you in slavery, and this proves that even your children are treated as such when you are in this cult. I hope if any members or students are lurking on here, please do some research on this and stop contributing to this abuse.
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Xchange Ministry campers posing with the animal head...


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Watchman this is some really sickening stuff. Do you know if any parents know or have complained or is this hidden? How many years has the children's camp degenerated into this devilish ritual? How does this ministry maintain such a respectable image with this kind of stuff debasing youth and putting them at risk going on  ? I have to ask...who are these people- these leaders who find some kind of sick humor of some pleasure from promoting this ?
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Revcoltom,

John Macarthur is THE leader at Grace Community Church and I have been told by his staff members that nothing goes on there without his knowledge and approval.  Similar debasing and degrading activities are occurring at Camp Regen and Macarthur is present at that camp every year.  I believe the activities at Camp Regen are an enactment of the funeral games of the pagan god, Lugh, and that Camp Regen is the Druid Festival of Lughnasadh.  What we are seeing here at Macarthur's Jr High School Summer camp is very similar.  Strange games involving dead animal heads...  I suspect these activities may be invoking pagan gods and are preparing these young church members for an occult initiation.  It's my belief that Macarthur is conditioning and preparing these young people to one day accept the mark of the Beast.  

I don't know if any parents have complained of these activities.  I've seen camp rules that the kids are not allowed to have cell phones at these camps and I think it's likely that the parents have trusted Macarthur due to his reputation as a Christian pastor. 
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What watchmanwakes mentions about the no cell phone policy should be a huge red flag to anyone sending their kids to this camp.  In this day and age children should not have access to their parents restricted.  I know if I had a kid that age I would want to know their schedule, as well as be able to check on them or have them be able to call me at any time they feel uncomfortable about something, and not have to be at the mercy of a church, camp, or wow staff to do so.  I could understand requiring phones be off during speakers or at lights out, but not allowing them at all is ridiculous.

There are scenarios I can see being potentially created by this based on things I've seen happen in the past that is cause for alarm.  Let me give a few examples.  We can assume many of these children are the kids of people in the cult who are being raised to believe this way.  However, we know they believe they must be spreading their doctrine constantly in order to be saved, and the children are being taught this as well.  Let's say a child who is not a believer in this cult is invited by a friend at a public school to visit church on Sunday, telling them how fun it will be to sing songs, play games, listen to a message.  The kid gets permission from their folks to do this since it sounds innocent enough.  Then, the kid's friend invites them to go to camp to have more of the same fun as long as the kid's parents sign the forms, and maybe the friend's parents pay the cost.  The kid while at camp sees these bizarre games, is made to confess personal thoughts in a group setting, hears sermons using fancy Greek and Hebrew showing all other churches believe in a weak "cheap grace."  The kid is unable to call home and express his discomfort with these things to his parents, and if he confides in his friend he is told he may be self-deceived and going to hell for feeling this way.  With this many people on him they are able to make it sound convincing.

Now, fast forward after 4 years of this and the kid is 18 and ready for college.  He will present his parents with a list of the character of genuine saving faith and tell his parents they are not doing enough works to be saved, and if they don't repent he must "treat them as pagans and tax collectors" and break off ties with them until they repent.  This kid may give $100,000 plus 4 years of his life, including serving 8 missions during this time, to get a college degree and get further indoctrinated.  This is all because his parents didn't look into something that called itself "non-denominational" Christianity.
 
Lest you think I'm exaggerating, I once drove a guy to his house to finish picking up his belongings who lived just a few blocks from the college.  His mom was in tears and begged him to stay and he wouldn't talk to her, she then turned to me and asked me why this was happening.  I told her I was sorry and did not know the situation, but in the back of my mind I was disgusted and it made me sad myself.  I was in small groups with young people around 18 or 19 who broke off ties with their families because they believed in easy-believism.  After I left I met a man whose wife divorced him because he disagreed with lordship doctrine.

This cult has a history of breaking up families as well as making people report on one another.  That is why I find anything suspect that they do that involves cutting off children's ties to their parents.  Then, add paganism, lack of regard for human safety, and group mind control techniques.  I hope parents research this carefully and realize what their children are getting into before sending them.

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The following video lists the rules for John Macarthur's Camp Regen 2013.  After the 4:40 mark it's explained that cell phone use is prohibited at the camp.  If the high school students are prohibited from bringing cell phones to camp, then I think it's likely the same prohibition would apply to the junior high school students at Xchange Summer Camp.  

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Were the Animal Heads Used at John Macarthur's Summer Camp Obtained Through Ritual Sacrifice?

Where and how did John Macarthur get hold of these many dead animal heads?  Does he know a butcher?  Did the dead animal heads come from a ritual sacrifice conducted off campsite and then brought back to the camp for the young church members to play games with?  Did Druids perform ritual sacrifices and was the severed head of importance to them? 

The following has been excerpted from Druids, Sacrifice, and the Power of the Head:

"One of the issues about ancient Druids that tends to be brought up by both supporters and detractors is that of ritual sacrifice...The reality is that the Druids did sacrifice both animals and people, as did most cultures during that time and it was done for a variety of religious reasons.

"Celtic culture in general, and the Irish in particular, were known to practice head hunting, the belief being that a person's power resided in their head. The heads of enemies would be taken with the belief that the owner of such a trophy would also possess the power of the person whose head was taken...

"...Anyone following a Celtic path needs to understand the significance and importance of the head as the seat of the soul and repository of personal power in order to understand the underlying meaning of different myths and references to the head. As Ross says,  "...a symbol which, in its way, sums up the whole of pagan Celtic religion....This is the symbol of the severed human head...In different Celtic myths...We see severed heads that talk and prophecy in other stories, reflecting the idea that the head retained its power after the person's death. Symbolic heads were also used and archaeologists have found examples of carved stone heads, which are believed to reflect the ideas associated with actual heads and skulls. Such trophies were also sometimes associated with specific Gods, as indicated by references such as the one that states that severed heads are "the masts [acorns] of Macha", a goddess associated with war..."

A Christian recently stated the following to me in an email:

"Should Christians be carrying dead animals heads and parts around...? Of course not! These are initiation 'ritual athletic contests' that introduce druidism as something fun...although I see no laughter, I see only pushing and shoving, headlocks and debasing movements. If someone can't see it, they are willfully blind.
 
"Yes, MacArthur's camp is an initiation for youth. They are probably being sifted for further initiation rites. These leaders are hardcore practitioners."

And another emailer said the following regarding Macarthur's camp:

"They are preparing the kids to perform rituals which involve human and animal sacrifices."
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Initial response to this as a Christian is complete horror. I suppose it's tame for those who feed on Hollywood horror and thrillers or the latest Vampire and Wizardry series but this is not normal. This is not Christian. Not even close. If you are desensitized enough to find these circular dances around a pig's head anything but ritualistic, you've been duped. If you find sloshing through muddy waters like a barbarian to grab an animal head and being manhandled by other slithery bodies funny, then I suggest you start reading the Bible. You need to meet the real Jesus.

This is a world where Satanism is rampant. It comes in a wide variety of ritualistic magic. Christianity is different. Followers of Christ act differently. They live differently. They follow a narrow pathway that few of those who want to be cool with the world will ever find. These are strangers that are initiating youth into Druidic cult activity. Wake up....

John 10: ...and the sheep follow him: for they know his voice. 5And a stranger will they not follow, but will flee from him: for they know not the voice of strangers.
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Just seeing this for the first time.  Did you notice that the head of the animal, the first animal part, did not show up in this video until EXACTLY 13 minutes into the video?  That was no accident.  I am afraid for these kids, but I fear if these kids have been brought up in under MacArthur's guidance since early age that by this age, teen age, their chances of getting out are slim.  The music in the background just sickens me to the core.  Thanks for the post.
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The music in the background just sickens me to the core.


If that music sickens you check out the music to John Macarthur's Camp Regen 2014 video.

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Violent Vultures, Obnoxious crocs....nothing normal about these animals. The music is violent and ritualistic and generates a feeling of disharmony. What for? The Christian's fruit should be gentle, peaceable, kind, etc. The occultists/Satanists like to put things right out there in our face. They tell us exactly what they are and who is getting the worship. They tell us nothing is normal and everything is violent and obnoxious. But will we believe what they are saying or will we filter it through our own "Christian" world view and continue to be desensitized and "changed" by conforming to the norms of Satanism and occult ritual? The choice starts now...yes, contrary to Calvinism...we do have a choice to make...we have God-given freewill. We will never be able to blame our having chosen evil on a loving, merciful God. Today is the day of salvation...do not harden your hearts...hold fast your confidence to the end....

Hebrews 3:12Take heed, brethren, lest there be in any of you an evil heart of unbelief, in departing from the living God. 13But exhort one another daily, while it is called To day; lest any of you be hardened through the deceitfulness of sin. 14For we are made partakers of Christ, if we hold the beginning of our confidence stedfast unto the end; 15While it is said, To day if ye will hear his voice, harden not your hearts, as in the provocation.
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If that music sickens you check out the music to John Macarthur's Camp Regen 2014 video.



If you notice all the animals are aggressive, this could allude to the time where God uses the beasts of the earth to help kill so many

Rev 6

8And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth.
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