Shadows of WCG

I recently discovered the excellent blog Shadows of WCG. If you hung around the WCG for any length of time it will bring back vivid, often haunting memories.

5 thoughts on “Shadows of WCG”

  1. I recommend the discussion forum, as well, it’s much more “neutral ground” than the comments sections at either Ambassador Reports or Ambassador Watch.

    http://www.shadowsofwcg.com/forum/index.php

    There are believers there, but the tendency is towards open-mindedness, and they do NOT beat the non-believers over the head with it. (They haven’t started wailing on me yet, and I’m pretty much unrepentant, as far as my non-belief goes. ;)).

    Definitely a blast from the past, and check out the photo gallery, there are pictures of all kinds of old church lit/calendars/YES lessons posted up there.

    http://www.shadowsofwcg.com/forum/index.php?action=gallery

  2. Thank you for being there. I’m not ready to tell my story, but reading the stories of these good people helps a lot. I too, have been an athiest since 1997 when I left the church after 30 years as a 2nd generation alumni.

  3. I still recommend the discussion forum, but if anyone passing through is thinking about visiting the blog, it’s degenerated into a LOT of Jesus preaching lately, and such, might make you VERY uncomfortable. Just a heads-up.

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