Wayne Hamburger is the author of Yoke of Bondage, which is his
autobiography. It is an account of his years in the Jolly organization, and
is written in the second person. It is Wayne's
firm belief that Jolly's organization is a cult. Actually, Jolly's
organization basically is the same organization as Goodwin's;
they have the same roots and certainly many of the teachings are the same.
When I created this website, I was certainly aware of Jolly's conviction as a pedophile.
However, I had never heard of Wayne's
book. Upon viewing my website, he sent me a copy.
I think that everyone should read this book. It speaks the truth. Many people
would like to look past Jolly's pedophilia and say that his teachings were
still good, or that his ministry was more important than those terrible
incidents. I strongly disagree. People like Glenn Goodwin-- who insist
that Jolly was a great man-- make me sick. (See the Glenn Goodwin page
to read this quote.)
it is also very interesting to note the similarities between Tom Jolly and Lee Ray. What
finally finished Jolly was two brothers who were told by their sister how
Jolly had molested her. History seems to be repeating itself.
The things that happened in the Des
have all happened before. Read this book; you will be amazed at how
similar the teachings and mannerisms of Tom Jolly are to Lloyd Goodwin, Lee
Ray, Glenn Goodwin, and other GAC ministers-- especially when it comes to the
fear they use to control their people. And why not? That's their heritage.
That's where they came from.
to print this book on your computer's printer. It may be easier to read that
way, since it is quite lengthy. This book is published on this website with
the full permission of the author, Wayne Hamburger. I commend Wayne for his courage.
His book is reproduced here exactly as written.