What about the camps?
I’ve know people who are 100% avid Hillsong supporters, those who are ambivalent and some who would boycott Woolworths or Gloria Jeans in the mid 2000s simply because those businesses were affiliated with the church (monetarily or not). However something I think should be reviewed is the Hillsong Camps. They may not still be being held, I don’t know - but in the early to mid 2000s there were camps held for teens as ‘fun get-aways’. (Think summer camp in America.) Not so much in actuality - think ‘straight is great!’; gay camps were held and caused insurmountable harm. The Church has been in media and publicised for many things, but the hurt and damage it did to its own youth and those around it is echoing years later and needs to be told. I hope this podcast can help with the much needed airing of truth.
SamiJ1627 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/31/23
More reviews of Faith on Trial: Hillsong
Makes a few good points, but … I’ve felt like I was a bit hasty in my review of this podcast initially, so I decided to edit this and rethink what I wrote after listening to all the episodes. Sure, there are some production problems such as music not actually being from Hillsong and the host...Read full review »
SeriouslyPunked via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/05/23
7 episodes in and I think I’ve heard everything from the trailer 4 or 5 times. No real new discoveries here. Maybe it’s because I’m listening on double speed, but it seems somewhat weak and doesn’t seem to be something that would have required months of investigation.
Bambeano72 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/11/23
Enjoying this a lot. Hearing some things that remind me of the mega church I use to attend. Also reminds me of how dreadful worship music is. The song played in each episode is so bad I have to fast forward.
knahl81 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/11/23
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