MASON’S OPINIONS ON CULTS &
Here you will get a quick
overview of what GAC is.
In this section, you will find direct
quotes from Goodwin that proved to be false.
Misc quotes by
Quotes from books and tapes. Was he
power-mad or what?
Personal accounts from former members of
GAC. Don’t read these if you are easily offended.
Here you can hear Goodwin for yourself! In
one of these sound bytes, Goodwin says that Jesus visited him.
Find out how much Goodwin was worth at his
death; read “Goodwin v. US” and more.
A NON-ACCREDITED school
Glenn Goodwin (current pastor of the Des
Moines GAC) calls a child molester a “great man” and more.
Did you know that Lee Ray has a son? Did
you know he had sex with girls and women in the church?
Misc GAC photos
Photos of the church, the ministers and
This section contains
info that does not fit
into the other categories.
Newspaper articles about GAC
In 1988, Goodwin made the entire church
take 10 “covenants” which you can read here. Weird stuff!
Yoke of Bondage
One man's story of his
involvement in the Tom Jolly organization. Jolly was later convicted as a
pedophile – and was one of Lloyd Goodwin’s mentors along with others.
A history of William Sowder's ministry.
(Sowders was another one of Goodwin's mentors.)
Information and links on destructive
cults, mind control, brainwashing, and more.
See what others think!
Contact information for us and Des Moines
Other web pages
Gospel Assembly Churches
This section refutes some of Goodwin's
back to the
Other WebPages about Gospel Assembly Churches
Rick Ross' Des Moines Gospel
Assembly Church page
"Rick Ross is an internationally known expert regarding radical, extreme
and often unsafe groups--some that have been called "cults". Since
1982 he has been involved in hundreds of interventions in an effort to help
the victims of destructive groups."
Mason’s Opinions on Cults &
Religious Abuse Homepage
Robert & Wanda Mason have a website connected to this one. They will be
adding frequently. www.gospelassemblyfree.com
"Another church closely related in its origins through the William
Sowders movement to the Gospel Assembly is the General Assembly led by Lacey
The Des Moines Gospel Assembly
Here is the Des Moines GAC website. Of course, it does not address any
allegations other than the one about the school; and it
addresses NO allegation about the alleged tax evasion or the fact that
certain graduates have not had their diplomas recognized by state and
Body of Christ Gospel Assembly
Another section of the
William Sowder’s movement. They have a good web site including the beliefs
of their group and also a guest
book where you can post or read the messages.
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