Episode 4 – An interview with Pastor Jeff Jenkins (part 1)

Jeff Jenkins was the pastor of Believers Christian Fellowship (BCF) in Lima, Ohio for almost 34 years.  Pastor Jeff was a committed and fervent follower of William Branham but left the message and his church several years ago.  Rod Bergen interviews Pastor Jeff to discuss his background and how he came to his monumental decision to leave the message and the church he had pastored for almost three and a half decades.

Music – For the Sake of the Call  by Avalon, from their album – Another Time, Another Place: Timeless Christian Classics  – available on iTunes

 

9 Replies to “Episode 4 – An interview with Pastor Jeff Jenkins (part 1)”

  1. Thank you for doing this podcast. Since my brothers left the “Message” I have been extremely conflicted, confused and saddened; I am hoping that by listening to your podcast some of my many, many questions will be answered.

  2. whoever quit to follow this message its the same like to quit to recive eternal life,,,,,just like the prophet said….cowards.

  3. Hello Rod. Are you still doing these podcasts, or have they stopped? I’ve been trying to find an email address for you as well. Thanks very much for doing these.

    1. We are definitely still doing them. We had a glitch this morning that caused today’s podcast to be delayed by about 12 hours but it should now be accessible by everyone. I have your email and will send you a note so we can chat offline.

      Thanks!

  4. THEY LEFT US BECAUSE THEY WERE NOT PART OF US.
    I AM NOT SURPRISED BECAUSE – IF PAUL COULD SEE SO MUCH LIGHT TO AN EXTENT OF BLINDNESS – AND THE REST OF HIS FRIENDS DID NOT SEE ANYTHING. THEN THESE BROS ARE RIGHT – THEY ARE TOTALLY BLIND.

    1. We left because of sin in the church. And you have listened in rapt attention to a man that would have gone to prison for his crimes if he lived in your country. But perhaps, like most ministers in the message, you are oK with ministers that cover up the sexual abuse of a minor.

      So you are correct that we went out from you because we were not of you. You say nothing about terrible sin and neither to message ministers. We had to leave as we could not stand the sin.

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