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The Muddy and Bloody Pagan Games of Ken Ramey's Lakeside Bible Church

Ken Ramey was trained in ministry by John Macarthur.  According to his Lakeside Bible Church bio:

"Ken Ramey serves as the pastor-teacher of Lakeside Bible Church. Born and raised in Massachusetts, Ken attended Word of Life Bible Institute and School of Youth Ministries in New York and then transferred to The Master’s College in Los Angeles, CA where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Youth Ministry. He went on to receive his M. Div. from The Master’s Seminary and joined the pastoral staff at Grace Community Church where he served as the High School Pastor for four years and as professor of Youth Ministry at TMC. He completed his D. Min. in Expository Preaching at TMS and authored Expository Listening."

Ken Ramey's Lakeside Bible Church has participated in John Macarthur's Camp Regen, which has been exposed as the Druid Festival of Lughnasadh, a greater Druid/Wiccan sabbat.  (See John Macarthur's Druid Festival).  Camp Regen has young Christians participating in pagan "games" (the funeral games of the pagan god, Lugh) that are invoking pagan gods and conditioning the Christian youth for a future occult initiation.  

Ken Ramey has his young church members also participating in similar pagan games. (See Ken Ramey's Pagan Camp Games.) The following is a video of Lakeside Bible Church's Student Ministries Winter Camp 2013. And just as John Macarthur's High School Camp Regen and his Jr. High Xchange Ministry Camp involve kids playing debasing and degrading games with mud and dead animal heads, Ramey's Camp not only involves "games" with mud and dead animals, but blood as well. In fact, at one point in this video a scared child can be seen running away when an adult tries to pour blood dripping from a dead animal part on him.  (Note: This video has now been deleted from the LBC website.)