Thursday, October 22, 2009

Rocketown Halloween controversy: hardcore satanic metal at Christian teen venue Rocketown

I found this story very disturbing. While I appreciate the reasons Michael W. Smith founded Rocketown, and I laud their ministry, I think whoever is making these decisions to incorporate satanic music at a Christian teen ministry venue needs to be held accountable for a lapse in judgment. I understand using popular, secular, non-gospel music to appeal to a wide variety of teens, but using satanic, anti-Christian music at a Christian teen ministry venue is using very questionable logic.


Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

Michael W. Smith photo from Wikipedia

Tonight Channel 2 WKRN reported on a story concerning Nashville's Christian teen hangout, Rocketown. Keith Mohr, the founder and president of gospel music's Indieheaven.com, was briefly interviewed regarding his recent experience with the teen ministry founded by Michael W. Smith. I contacted Keith Mohr, and he graciously agreed to share some of the details about the Rocketown controversy with Examiner readers...

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