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Canada Dominionist Conference – Unite For Dominion

Canada’s neo-charismatic dominionists are putting on a show in Calgary January 28-30, 2010.
This is a stellar lineup of religious right leaders who believe Canadians must live under biblical law and they are just the folk to make it happen.

Dick Deweert who founded The Miracle Channel (Canada’s TBN) and who stepped down in 2007 after revelations of an extra-marital affair, is a headliner. Deweert is easing back into the public spotlight. His blog is here.

Faytene Kyskow, author of Stand on Guard who insists she doesn’t know what dominionism  is and isn’t part of  ’that group’ also a participant.
Speaker Ron Aitkens of Harvest Group,  lost a recent tangle with the Alberta Securities Commission.

Conference title: Unite For Dominion.

Discussion

10 comments for “Canada Dominionist Conference – Unite For Dominion”

  1. From Dick’s blog: Over the past three years, Joan and I have experienced great loss, and Joan perhaps more than me.

    Sweet tap-dancing Jesus …

    Posted by deBeauxOs | January 12, 2010, 7:02 pm
  2. Not the same Faytene who twitted, “# Niagra Falls = STUNNING. It’s official: power & beauty R not mutually exclusive. Good thing for all us chicks who want to change the world. 3:28 PM Nov 27th, 2009 from web”? http://twitter.com/Faytene

    Yup, that pretty much sums her up… Totally deluded and proud of it… LOL

    Posted by Tim | January 12, 2010, 7:31 pm
  3. Thanks for the mention!

    Posted by Realtykitchen | February 6, 2010, 2:05 pm
  4. [...] Prankard’s son Steve Prankard, of Feature Productions. Prankard also produced Deweert’s Unite for Dominion, a dominionist neo-charismatic comeback conference held in January. Bill Prankard was a former [...]

    Posted by Disgraced Miracle Channel founder launching new internet show | Bene Diction Blogs On | September 6, 2010, 9:39 pm
  5. My only question is this.
    Who are you guys?

    I just remember in mi bible about “the acuser of the bretheren” who is no othe than Satan.
    Are you in that role?

    Be watchful in what you say because you will account for every word…
    My prayer is that The Lord Jesus Christ bless you.

    Posted by Rudolf Kanter | January 29, 2011, 10:26 am
  6. Hi Rudolf:

    There is a great deal of difference between being Satan and being aware of religion with a political agenda.

    We are just bloggers from different walks of life interested in the things we post.

    Posted by Bene Diction | February 12, 2011, 10:31 am
  7. Ron Aitkens is a Thief and a scammer. His company Harvest Group has duped thousands of investors out $100 million or more dollars.

    here is what he did: he raised money for investors in land development projects. the problem is he took the money out of those projects and placed them in other offshore investments.

    don’t take my word for it; those are what Ron Aitkens has admitted in Court!

    see his affidavit
    http://documentcentre.eycan.com/Pages/Main.aspx?SID=228

    He took money out of a project called Legacy in Alberta and “invested it” without investors consent in places in PANAMA!!!

    I Never Question God,but question those who claim to represent him,and I expect more business ethics from a man who claims to be a man of God.

    Posted by CS | January 19, 2012, 1:04 am
  8. If you have any investments with the Harvest Group of Companies alias Foundation Capital , you need to see all wonderful work this Ron Aikens has done for so many clients at this website.
    http://www.foundationinvestorsucc.com

    Sign up so the UCC has your contact information.

    Posted by Ian Gomm | March 27, 2012, 8:08 pm
  9. Any time someone makes a claim such as “disgusted”has:

    - the tooth fairy exists
    - Santa Clause is real
    - The Harvest Group/Foundation Cap makes you money

    …it is necessary to support that claim with evidence.

    In the case of Ron Aikens and the Harvest Group’s abilities to do so, I don’t see any evidence for it (investor salesman genuflections aside).

    So people as well as Ron Aiken and Roy Beyer are making claims, I’m asking them to prove it with good evidence, and I have yet to see any. So the claim is weak.

    The Harvest Group of Companies has not been a investment winner in the league that counts,your wallet and mine and his roster of investments they have offered in the last five years, with one fluke exception, have disappointed relative to expectations in the past years. Usually in ways that smell of a lacking sound financial component.

    Posted by Ian Gomm | March 31, 2012, 8:55 pm
  10. Judged!!!
    Investors have launched a class-action lawsuit seeking to recover $500 million they put into a series of beleaguered real estate companies and related ventures promoted by a former Lethbridge pastor.
    A statement of claim filed in Court of Queen’s Bench on Wednesday alleges hundreds of people invested their savings in a scheme that improperly siphoned millions of dollars to Ronald James Aitkens and seven other people named in the suit.
    Read more: http://www.calgaryherald.com/business/Half+bi

    Posted by Marge | April 30, 2013, 8:48 pm

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