Stay tuned for Season 2 of Off The Shelf!

We have had a number of people ask that we produce more episodes of Off The Shelf, so we are going to be starting back up in the next month or so with some new episodes. We will have a new co-host and are looking to deal with a broader range of issues relating to toxic Christianity.

Please leave us a comment below if you have any questions about William Branham, his message, or other spiritual issues that you might have. We would love to address them for you!

5 Replies to “Stay tuned for Season 2 of Off The Shelf!”

  1. How about addressing the emotional, spiritual, mental and often, physical and sexual abuse done to girls and women in the Message. I was one of them. It took me 30 years for the Message to get out of my head and for me to find my voice. I’ve been told that my story is so harsh that most people don’t want to hear it, couldn’t handle it, might not believe it and therefore, it won’t be told.
    Yet I survived. Alone.
    I do not hide what happened to me and my children because of the cult culture of the Message. I wrote From Miracle to Murder: Justice for Adam, a true crime memoir, to be an inspiration to others. I want people to know that if I can get out of the Message, if I can survive, if I can start over and make something awesome out of my life, if I can break the cycle of abuse and lies and the brain washing and damage of cognitive dissonance, so can others.
    The composite stories of other women who were raised in or married into the Message and who were starved, beaten, shamed, silenced, controlled and mistreated can be found here:
    I hope someone listens and shares our stories.
    I follow Jesus Christ. He is my one and only Savior.

    1. Thanks, Joyce. I will have Emily Arndt, one of our new co-hosts, contact you directly. One of the reasons I wanted to have Emily as one of our co-hosts was so that she could interview women who have left the message and address some of these issues directly.

      May our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loved us and by his grace gave us eternal encouragement and good hope, encourage your heart and strengthen you in every good deed and word. (2 Thess 2:16–17)

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