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Parents arrested for failing to register home-schooled kids
A Montgomery County couple has been arrested on child endangerment charges for failing to register their children with the school district as they were home-schooled, the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office said Monday.

Richard Cressy, 47, and Margie Cressy, 41, both of the town of Glen, never registered their four children or their home-schooling curriculum with the local school district, said the Sheriff's Office.

The Superintendent of the Fonda-Fultonville Central School District confirmed the four children, ranging in age from 8 to 14, had not been registered with the school district for the last seven years.

The Cressys were issued appearance tickets to appear in the Town of Glen Court at a later date. The case has been turned over to the Montgomery County District Attorney and the Child Protective Unit. ...


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News Item1/26/10 1:02 AM
Bro Ernie Ganey  Find all comments by Bro Ernie Ganey
The Times We Should Not Open Our Mouths Is When We Have Not Verified The Story

"At the mouth of two witnesses, or three witnesses, shall he that is worthy of death be put to death; but at the mouth of "ONE" witness he shall not be put to death".
Deuteronomy 17:6 (KJV)

Since there is no ome else to verify the story that what Alias said about the 501c3 restricting what a pastor can say in church about homosexuality, it is time "not" to open our mouth until we verify the story.

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News Item1/25/10 12:42 AM
Bro Ernie Ganey  Find all comments by Bro Ernie Ganey
Alias or anyone that knows if the 501c3 restricts what can be said in church, in missions, homes, etc. My application to the State's Attorney is ready. When I receive my C of A, I will get a letter from the IRS with a Tax Exempt #. Donations will be tax deductable.

My Hedges and Highways Ministry has 7 members who have served in the Armed Forces of the USA. My 5br home will close on 3/15, Lord willing. When it closes, this home will increase $83k after the veterans apply TLC. Because I was the first one to bid on it, I have to fill out another letter of credit for the seller's mortgage co because they want to be sure I qualify. Just by accident, I was the first one to bid on it and my offer was accepted. The home is still offered up for sale and the seller has had many more offers, that is why they are dragging there feet on the "Short Sale" that was accepted. So brothers and sisters in Christ, please keep me and my ministry in your prayers. The devil is working overtime to stop me. Last week I had severe chest pains, leg cramps, flu, etc. But "Because Greater is HE that is in You, Than "he" that is in the World".
1John 4:4b (KJV)

(Brother Ernest "Ernie" Ganey is the way I have my name printed on my "business" card)

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News Item1/24/10 1:23 PM
ErnieG  Find all comments by ErnieG
Alias wrote:
"But the pastors of the 501c3 church will not speak against this at the risk of the loss of his tax exemption."
Alias,

My Hedges and Highways Ministry for homeless veterans is in the process of filing for a 5013c status, and I was not aware it would restrict my preaching out against anything that is an abomination to God like hmoosexuality found in Romans 1 for example. Would you mind explaining what you can and can't say as I haven't yet filled out the form? Because if what you say is true, I will not file for a 5013c because I would rather pay any expenses out of my own pocket than to be restricted to what or what I can't say.

In 2004, I preached at the Reno Sparks Gospel mission when it was in downtown Reno. I was a member of the Lighthouse Baptist Church at the time, but lot's of other "Christian" Churches spoke there every night, so there was no restrictions at that time. (The only problem I had was when I defended the KJV. But after I spoke with the pastor/founder who was "like-minded", this was resolved.) But when the city made them move to another location and the founder sold out and the city got involved, they imposed restrictions and we no longer preach there. So was this just a city restriction or state? confused:

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News Item1/24/10 11:02 AM
Daniel Michael | Missouri  Contact via emailFind all comments by Daniel Michael
Thank you to all who have been concerned. We made it out and God's child was not named nor given over to the state with the birth certificate. Our daughter still hasn't been given an appellation yet. We thought we had one but are now having second thoughts. It sure is nice to have freedom in Christ!

I just picked up the placenta the other day since they thought they had the right to keep it and perform "tests". When we opened the container at home those sicko's had it all chopped up! Not too happy right now. May the Lord have mercy on those people.

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News Item1/9/10 9:44 PM
Alias | florida  Find all comments by Alias
Obamas education czar Kevin Jennings has a recommended reading list for elementary school children that is graphic homosexual pornography. But the pastors of the 501c3 church will not speak against this at the risk of the loss of his tax exemption. What happens when homeschooling is made illegal and Christian parents are forced to face jail or put their child into sodomite education? If I were a new parent I woulds be beheaded before I registered my newborn with the state in this day and age.
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News Item1/8/10 5:02 PM
Daniel Michael | Missouri  Contact via emailFind all comments by Daniel Michael
To all brothers and sisters in the faith of like-mind:

We have a serious problem here in Missouri which may potentially get really ugly, but we hope and pray to be at peace with all men and that God's enemies will be easy on his children.

Our brief story: We have four children all born at home. Our fifth child had to be born at the hospital due to a true emergency the other night and we are most thankful. Mom and baby girl are both doing well and are still there. Our daughter will not be registered with the state birth certificate which is "heresy" to the State Church. I do not believe it is God's will for me to do that.

Our daughter will also not be given an appellation until we all come home, settle down, pray to the Lord, consider all that has happened, and search out name meanings. This could take a day or even weeks. It is nobody's business but ours. The concern is that our daughter will be kidnapped (not released, or given to strangers) and probably abused. We're new to the area and know very few people so I just wanted to share our situation. I've read too many horror stories, and my weakness allows those "social workers" (just there to help, haha) to really scare me. THEY need serious help from the Almighty. (outta space - email for more info)

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News Item1/7/10 12:12 PM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Quite right, Mike.

How far has this country fallen from its origins as a republic and most of the population fails to realize it. Worse yet, most don't care.

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News Item1/7/10 11:45 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
"FONDA -- A Montgomery County couple has been arrested on child endangerment charges for failing to register their children with the school district as they were home-schooled, the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office said Monday."

Probable cause is required for an arrest to be made. Since there was no probable cause nor any other reason to suspect that the children were in any way endangered, (they weren't) nor was their education lacking, the arrest is plainly a show of power. The usual suspects continue to lust for control.

It's amazing how much some are willing to enable the corrupt ones who get between parents and children "for the sake of the children." Standard liberal thinking-Make everyone potential criminals, force them to prove they are not, in order to avoid going after actual lawbreakers. That's too much work. Some Christians do this too, but hide behind Caesar's toga for their justification.

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News Item1/7/10 10:52 AM
Barry from Ky. | Northern KY  Find all comments by Barry from Ky.
These children are neglected in other areas as well. Surely no one here would leave children in an abusive home or to have basic things neglected. You can consider all you want, there are people that do the wrong thing with consideration of their children. We are not talking Hitler youths here. I feel regulation is essential!
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News Item1/7/10 8:48 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
M Luther wrote:
Yet remember. Despite our personal beliefs, we are commanded to obey all the ordinances of man; with the exception of worship to God. Registering niether affects worship nor obedience to God. Although this is considered morally 'grey'; render to ceasar what is his, lest unbelievers speak evil of the faithful, and bring us before the officers as evil doers. Pause and consider.
The purpose of registration is control, as it is with automobiles or guns. Rendering to Caesar the things that are Caesar's does not include rendering to him the children God graciously gives to parents. Children are not wards of the state, thus it should not be required to obey an "ordinance of man" that in fact makes them wards.
Pause and consider.
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News Item1/7/10 8:01 AM
M Luther | Thailand  Contact via emailFind all comments by M Luther
Yet remember. Despite our personal beliefs, we are commanded to obey all the ordinances of man; with the exception of worship to God. Registering niether affects worship nor obedience to God. Although this is considered morally 'grey'; render to ceasar what is his, lest unbelievers speak evil of the faithful, and bring us before the officers as evil doers. Pause and consider.
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News Item1/6/10 4:34 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
A family taken apart because of a school registration. Who has stepped in and abused this family? The only endangerment of this family is the State itself. The Solomon effect here----they will sacrifice perfectly fine families to uphold their law.
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News Item1/6/10 3:02 PM
savedbygrace | Harrisburg, PA  Find all comments by savedbygrace
Barry,

As opposed to the states one big rotten apple?

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News Item1/6/10 1:51 PM
Barry from Ky. | Northern KY  Find all comments by Barry from Ky.
My wife and I are foster parents and in atleast 2 instances in the last few years children were placed in our home because their parents were supposed to be home-schooling their kids but were not. these children we pretty seriously delayed in their education. Was the state supposed to turn their back on these kids. I believe they should be obligated to register kids for home schooling. I'm sure in the majority of the cases they are taught well. however there are always a few rotten apples...
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News Item1/6/10 6:03 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
Written in Heaven wrote:
If the parents have sacrificed their children and registered them with Moloch via a birth certificate, then they are obligated to train them up in the "nurture and admonition" of the State.
Written
Are you sure you want to go there?

I have it on good authority two Jewish people traveled some distance probably by foot and donkey to register for Ceasar's tax while the young wife was in the latest part of her first pregnancy. It is simply an abomination to say these parents were obligated to train up this child in the "nurture and admonition" of the State. And further when her first born was born it was in exactly the city God said he would be.

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News Item1/6/10 3:32 AM
Cezar | Midwest  Find all comments by Cezar
I like how it says, "their children".

But, then they have to register their children with the state.

Where does it say that in the Bible?

If more parents would understand they don't have to register their children we would be better off.

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News Item1/5/10 1:45 PM
Written in Heaven  Find all comments by Written in Heaven
If the parents have sacrificed their children and registered them with Moloch via a birth certificate, then they are obligated to train them up in the "nurture and admonition" of the State.
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News Item1/5/10 1:15 PM
Dtyler  Find all comments by Dtyler
This is bureaucracy rather than justice isn't it? Wouldn't it have been a lot more simple to just investigate the incident locally with the parents?
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