Julie Roys Through World Magazine Publishes About Harvest Naples and the Termination of John Secrest

Julie Roys who is covering the Harvest Bible Chapel scandal published another article that deals with the issues at Harvest Naples and the termination of John Secrest. This blog would like to promote this article.

“We think that a powerful and vigorous movement is impossible without differences — “true conformity” is possible only in the cemetery.”

Joseph Stalin

That is what the Scriptures mean when they say,

“No eye has seen, no ear has heard,
    and no mind has imagined
what God has prepared
    for those who love him.”[

1 Corinthians 2:9 NLT

John Secrest and his family.

There is a new article that was published by Julie Roys in World Magazine  that deals with the issues in Harvest Naples and the firing of John Secrest. This is a story that keeps having twist and turns. If you would like to read the article you can do so in, “Command and control.” This is going to be a brief post but I want to push Julie’s article so that people understand what is going on inside Harvest Bible Chapel.


3 thoughts on “Julie Roys Through World Magazine Publishes About Harvest Naples and the Termination of John Secrest

  1. No person who attends any harvest campus should be able to sit in another church service until their elders publicly apologize to John Secrest and his family. It’s despicable that people at the harvest Naples church still attend, what’s wrong with you people??? Bartholomews showed their spiny hearts with their complete joke of a blog. Travis douchhead or whatever his name is, shame on him standing up leading worship when he partook in a back stabbing. How much of a salary increase did he get when Naples was taken over by hbc?

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  2. We would like to hear the “logical” reasons why John Secrest wanted to merge with HBC? John had to know of JMac’s character. What did John achieve or gain out of the merger?

    Who initiated the talk of Harvest – Naples joining HBC?

    We believe JMac is a wolf in sheep’s clothing so don’t think we are defending him.


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