Sunday, October 18, 2009

Riddle of the Day: Which Real Estate Company in San Diego has Mysteriously Removed all of its information from their company website?

Riddle of the Day: Which real estate company in San Diego has mysteriously removed all of its information from their company website?

The same real estate company exposed by The James Hartline Report for being involved with the ungodly deal to sell The Life Church to the homosexual organization Metropolitan Community Church.

The same real estate company with extensive ties to Hamann Construction whose executives are involved in the corruption scandal of California State Assemblyman Joel Anderson.

When a cached search of Church Brokers website is done it reveals the old website of the real estate company showing the church property deals that the firm was involved with. Many of the church leaders of these property deals with the firm also endorsed the firm's sales agent Brian Jones during his campaign for congress in 2008.

The men who have run Church Brokers claim to be evangelical Christians as a selling point for involving themselves with the property deals of church leaders. The James Hartline Report has been warning church leaders FOR FOUR YEARS to stop dealing with these people. Instead of listening to James Hartline, the pastors did everything possible to shut Hartline down. Now the leaven is spreading as a massive scandal throughout San Diego County and MANY churches are going to be implicated in the corrupt financial dealings that they made to get their megachurch property deals.

You had a Bible just like I have a Bible. Stop your begging now! These corrupt officials are not going to help you now that they're in trouble. Who is in your pulpit? Who is leading you? What kind of kingdom are you really building up?

"Your boasting is not good. Do you not know that a little leaven leavens the whole lump?"I Corinthians 5:6


Anonymous said...

You're wasting your life, James. Such a shame.

Anonymous said...

Tell the truth James. You are just mad because Church Brokers would not make a deal with your church which continues to rent from a hotel which is owned by a very pro-gay REIT.
Tell your pastor to quit sending so much of the church money to Israel and then maybe you can afford to buy your own church.

MCC has built the respect of San Diego leaders and that respect translates into progress.

James Hartline said...

The greatest leader is an obedient servant of the Lord Jesus Christ. The most noble act is done by the man who sacrifices his life for the protection of the children of his generation. I shall not rest until the rotten wolves who are leading God's people into destruction are captured and removed from harming the sheep. The love of money is the root of your evil. And what does that root produce, but more evil. It is time for a revolution, a revolution that once again, turns over the tables of the moneychangers and runs them out of the temple.

James Hartline said...

Once more the idiot does speak about well...ignorance. My church doesn't rent from a hotel and my pastor doesn't send the church money to Israel. You don't even know what church I go to. However, I do know what darkness lurks in the demonic ideologies of MCC: the cult that promotes homosexuality in defiance of the word of the Lord. Indeed, how true were the prophetic words of the Lord when He declared that in the last days rebellion would run rampant in the nations and the hearts of many would run cold because of it. It is only a matter of time before the Lord judges the wickedness of deceivers. New Orleans, Indonesia, it matters not in the world where demons are honored. Ultimately, they are judged.

Anonymous said...

James, not all real estate companies are bad. Some real estate professionals are actually doing the work of Jesus in our community. Come join us for an evening dedicated to the children of our city.

Harvest Howl, Oct. 29

The Metro Area Real Estate Professionals for Young Adult Housing (MARYAH) & The San Diego LGBT Community Center invite you to join us on Thursday, Oct. 29 from 6- 9 pm at Park Manor Suites for an event to benefit The Center's Sunburst Housing Project. Enjoy tasting stations from more than a dozen area restaurants at this Halloween-themed roof top celebration! Tickets are $40 and are available at