Monday, September 7, 2009

Anonymous: Survivor!


I was at HH for a very short time many,many years ago.

Reading these blogs sure does remind of how many memories I repressed! It was nothing but a very MISERABLE experience all the way around for me. I was very meek and submissive while I was locked up there, but I did not think anything about it was right.

The only thing I can say is that because I had to read my Bible so much, and memorize Scriptures, I actually drew closer to God while I was there. Other than that, it certainly was NOT because of any of the staff, or the "ministry" they say they have there.

I really do hope they get shut down. They should have been shut down 30 years ago! My heart goes out to all of the girls that have passed through their doors. I am a Christian, and I love the Lord, but I don't think there is anything Christian about them. I think they are a cult. It makes me angry to see them pretend to be doing good in the name of Christianity. It gives all people who are not born again a bad taste in their mouth.

6 comments:

  1. Thank you for the bravery of coming forward. It is not easy facing this type of pain in your past. If you ever need any help we will always be here.

    Praise God that you could see through this cult and understand that it was not what Christ wants for anyone.

    Keep praying, williams will be stopped.

    Rodney Grotte

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  2. shame on you , you should happy and praising the Lord for the time you were there, according to you , you drew closer to Him. shouldnt you pray that they stay open to help other girls get closer to God or even get born again/ sounds to me you are just jumping on this band wagon and hoping that someone would feel sorry for you. you need to get back in your KJV and read. grow up and move on.

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    1. Listen to me very carefully. God draws people closer to Himself even in jails and concentration camps. This place should be shut down and the people who run it should be ARRESTED. It would be better for "Pastor" Ron to have a millstone around his neck and be cast into the sea than what he has done.

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  3. Anonymous said...

    shame on you , you should happy and praising the Lord for the time you were there, according to you , you drew closer to Him. shouldnt you pray that they stay open to help other girls get closer to God or even get born again/ sounds to me you are just jumping on this band wagon and hoping that someone would feel sorry for you. you need to get back in your KJV and read. grow up and move on."


    You should be ashamed of yourself you coward! You must be one of the evil people at one of these hellholes and I can guarantee you, all of you people will be judged by God for the horrors you've inflicted on these girls.

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  4. How anyone could come on these blogs and try to make these poor girls feel bad is so wicked, shame on you and your evil. Where is your compassion? Go back to the hole you crawled out of. To the writer I say I'm so sad you went through this hell and were exposed to the very dregs of humanity. Please try to ensure other girls aren't still going through this. I don't live in America but if I did I would be rallying to remove this foul place particularly as it's under the banner of Christianity, what a cruel irony.Jesus taught the gospel of love not horror.

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  5. You should be ashamed of yourself you coward! You must be one of the evil people at one of these hellholes and I can guarantee you, all of you people will be judged by God for the horrors you've inflicted on these girls.


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