– We have spent many years in various Leadership positions of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We have found many of the most fundamental teachings of the LDS Church to be completely out of harmony with the Lord’s teachings in the Bible. As a former Mormon Bishop and member who had served that Church for over 32 years and as one who researched and documented what I have learned, I have come to know the true Lord Jesus Christ and His Grace.Read Lee’s Full Story out of Mormonism.
Kathy and I would like to report to you how God is moving in a mighty way, within the hearts of the thousands and thousands of Mormons who are genuinely seeking the Truth.
In the past few months, the total number of Mormons pursuing help with the delicate and risky activities required to bring themselves and their families out of Mormonism, has increased five-fold. In West Africa alone, over 500 have left Mormonism to come to Faith Alone, in Christ Alone, through the Bible Alone.
Have you ever considered sharing your Biblical Christian faith with a Mormon friend, coworker or neighbor?
Within the past few years, the basic relationship between the Mormon and the Christian, has changed forever. For the first time in the history of the Mormon Church, authentic and realistic Mormon doctrine and history are now available to you through the Mormon Church's official website.
We speak from personal experience, and we desire to help guide you in bringing the Mormon people to an accurate knowledge of Mormon doctrine and their Church's history of deception so that they can come to know Jesus Christ in simplicity and truth as He is taught in the Bible. Learn how to use the Mormon Church's official website and scriptures to present the differences between Mormonism and Biblical Christianity to your Mormon (LDS) loved-ones.
VIEW TABLE OF CONTENTS: Note Selections from the chapters are included below:
CHAPTER ONE: GOSPEL TOPICS ESSAYS REVEAL MORMON DIFFICULTIES Witnessing to Mormons Using Their Own Church History
Mormon Church Gospel Topics Essays on Polygamy
Essay on Mormon Violence
Essays on Blacks and Women
Essays on Unique Mormon Beliefs
Essays on the Joseph Smith Story and LDS Scriptures
Dear supporters, this past month Kathy and I had the profound blessing to participate in several important Mormon outreach activities in both Utah and Idaho.
We met with Sam Young, founder of “Protect LDS Children” an active member of the Mormon faith and a former Mormon Bishop, who has organized a world-wide protest designed to STOP the Mormon practice of sexually specific questions asked of children during “Worthiness Interviews.” Mormon children have been victimized by perverted Mormon Leaders, who have taken advantage of innocent children.
Kathy and I joined over 1,000 other marchers in Salt Lake City, to both bring awareness to this issue and to deliver 15 books, which include hundreds of first-hand accounts of abuse and exploitation to the Church office building. These 15 books were intended for the Prophet, His First and Second Counselors and the Twelve Apostles to read to see how these interviews have caused so much guilt & hurt in these youth that some have even committed suicide due to the shame and guilt they have felt due to these interviews.
Every line, every word, every reference and every footnote below this paragraph has been taken directly out of the Book of Mormon as posted on the Official Website of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (lds.org).
My question is this: How can the Book of Mormon so clearly describe God the Eternal Father as a single Great Spirit being, that comes to earth to take on “flesh and blood” in the form of a man, yet is also the Father and the Son “they are one God”. In his 1838 First Vision account, one of nine, Joseph Smith (see below) claims that God and Jesus are “two personages.” This proclamation is directly contradicting the teaching of the Book of Mormon. Which is right?
As our supporters know, Lee and Kathy Baker, our Ex-Mormon Bishop and his wife, are still active in one-on-one discipleship with Ex-Mormons through their website with our ministry (LeeBaker.4mormon.org) and our new you-tube videos that we produced from the seminars they taught in 2016 (leebaker.4mormon.org/videos/). We are also working on getting their radio programs back on the air in Salt Lake City, Utah, and continuing their Worship FM Liberia African broadcast as well as trying to expand into two new areas of Africa in Kenya and Uganda where Mormonism's influence is seen everywhere Christian missionaries go in these countries. Lee and Kathy Baker estimate that from the time they started their radio program in Liberia, Africa (7 years ago) until now, they have received:
4,000 letters or text messages on file.
500 conversions out of Mormonism into a Biblical relationship with Jesus Christ
7,000 to 10,000 Program listeners to both live and pre-recorded shows
No other Broadcast in West Africa has been dedicated to comparison between Mormonism and Biblical Christianity. Yet, financial support for this aspect of our ministry is not yet fulfilled. To date, we need an additional 3-4 thousand dollars by the end of the year, to be able to sign and pay these radio contracts. Would you be willing to help with a monthly commitment, and/or a year-end gift? You can donate at:
Also, recently one of their listeners from Africa wrote that the Mormon Church is offering to sponsor college education for Africans who join their Church and warning their members not to listen to Lee Baker's radio program because they are losing too many members from his program.
No little speculation surrounds the criminal case in Indiana where former Mormon Bishop Lee B. Baker was charged with 3 felonies and 18 misdemeanors for engaging in Christian witnessing activities that brought awareness to the public about the unethical and unbiblical history and doctrines of the Mormon Church.
Without a single document of proof that Lee Baker was guilty of the stalking, intimidation and harassment charges brought against him, he was thrown in jail in Indiana and forced to bond out for $3,000. Over a period of months, the Mormon leadership used the legal system to attempt to denigrate his character and financially bankrupt him with over $30,000 spent in legal defense cost. Although all charges except two misdemeanors were dropped by the court due to lack of evidence, to this day, rumors continue to abound over the Internet that Lee B. Baker is some type of criminal.
Yet, little is known about that fact that prior to Lee Baker's participation with the Indiana Temple Outreach, individuals within the Mormon Church were already stealthily contriving a way to arrest him, as was evidenced by leaked information from inside the Utah police department that was privately given to Lee and Kathy Baker months before they appeared at the Christian Temple Outreach in Indiana.
As you read the following documentation, provided by Lee B. Baker, you will see the thread of deceit and legal manipulation utilized by leaders within the Mormon Church to try to silence Lee Baker and his testimony.
Kathy and I spent several days witnessing and teaching at the 50th Anniversary of the Mormon Miracle Pageant in Manti, Utah. Over 250 Christians from around the Country meet in this small Mormon Community to participate in the largest single outreach to the Mormon people each year. Our witnessing to the young adults of the Mormon Church was particularly well received as they honestly want to know the Truth, and yet they instinctively know that they have been deceived to some degree.
Recently, Kathy and I were able to travel to Israel to continue our Biblical and archaeological studies.
Through the financial help of a former Mainstream Mormonism Radio supporter, we were able to provide a live Broadcast from Jerusalem that centered on the many differences between the Biblical Temple and the counterfeit Temple of the Mormon Church.
A RIGGED COURT WITH STRONG MORMON INFLUENCE - NO GOOD OPTION FOR A FAIR TRIAL
Lee's Court Battle all began when he was witnessing to Mormons the Truth about Mormonism at the Mormon Temple Opening in Indiana. Watch and read these News Reports on their Outreach here at these links:
After the outreach, Lee was taken to court by the Mormon General Authority in charge of the Temple outreach. Due to the seriousness of the felony criminal charges which bear the possibility of prison time for sending a single open-letter email exposing Mormonism to several people in the State of Indiana which a Mormon General Authority who is also high-ranking lawyer in a prestigious law firm in Indiana claimed constituted 3 felony charges of stalking, harassment and intimidation, Lee was arrested and thrown in jail, nearly beat up in this jail by convicted felons, and forced to pay a $3,000 bond to get out and then put on 2 GPS monitoring devices that ran to the tune of $700 a month which he has had to pay for out of pocket, and check in with a parole officer once a week for the past 6 months.