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« on: June 10, 2009, 11:07:51 PM »

I will be posting all religious assoications with any Lawless' I can find -- I believe I have about 15.
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« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2009, 11:09:56 PM »

these are all connected to timothy and the debina way address

notice the SPANAWAY Washington.

remember the people on the video at the clarkston church in washington, their name is johnson, they said they were worried about their safety over this, which was weird, but they are in spanaway,


there is also a duane ministries listed with them up there in spanaway I have not had time to track yet, but will.  he is also in clarkston and lewiston
gary d lawless' middle name is duane. I am wondering if this might be connected to this line?

still looking.
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« Reply #2 on: June 10, 2009, 11:11:30 PM »

Oklahoma cancelled business registrations:

3500673354 GARY D. LAWLESS MINISTRIES, L.L.C. 4245050001 Cancelled 7/1/2005
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« Reply #3 on: June 10, 2009, 11:13:41 PM »

Oklahoma cancelled business registrations:

3500673354 GARY D. LAWLESS MINISTRIES, L.L.C. 4245050001 Cancelled 7/1/2005

GARY D. LAWLESS MINISTRIES, L.L.C.

Entity Type
Domestic Limited Liability Company

Filing Number
3500673354

GARY D LAWLESS
6320 E 3RD
TULSA, OK 74112

Name Type
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« Reply #4 on: June 10, 2009, 11:36:25 PM »

Link to the Church that Connie Lawless family operates
Salinas, California
http://www.alisalbaptistchurch.org/
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St. Mary of the Nativity Catholic Church in Salinas is less than a Block from Alisal Baptist Church - I mapped it ... says less than 1 min by car ...

http://www.bishop-accountability.org/AbuseTracker/print.html
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Monterey Herald
By CLARE MOUNTEER
Guest commentary
Updated: 04/26/2009 01:36:01 AM PDT
It is not surprising that the public is shocked and confused by recent high-profile charges leveled against Melissa Huckaby, accused of the rape and murder of 8-year-old Sandra Cantu, and in our own community by sexual assault charges against the Rev. Antonio Cortes and Dr. Carl Bergstrom.

We like to think that young mothers, priests and doctors are some of the most trustworthy people in society when it comes to our personal safety. Some, like the parishioners of St. Mary's, where Cortes has been their priest, find it not just unthinkable, but unbelievable that a man who has been so helpful to so many could ever sexually violate a young boy. And there is comfort in that belief. To believe differently makes us afraid to trust anyone and makes us all vulnerable.

Although these cases have yet to be adjudicated, they do illustrate the unfortunate truth that anyone can be accused of being a perpetrator of sexual violence, and that anyone can be a victim. In these cases, two of the alleged victims are children, and one is a male. In all three cases, the victims and alleged perpetrators were known to each other.
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Four hours after the court hearing, parishioners gathered at the east Salinas church to pray. About 60 people recited a rosary for Cortes. Some parishioners said they plan to hold prayer sessions every day at 5:30 p.m. until Cortes' legal troubles are over.

"We are willing to do anything to get him out of [jail]," Bravo said. 

Bail for Cortes is $750,000, but Hernandez said he plans to ask the judge to reduce it to $50,000. It is unclear who will pay for Cortes' legal defense or bail. The Diocese of Monterey County will not pay for a defense attorney or bail, said Warren Hoy, spokesman for the diocese.Hoy said Cortes received a small stipend while he worked for two years at St. Mary's, a church of roughly 5,000 parishioners.
Cortes has been the head priest at St. Mary's since June 2007 and has been with the diocese for about 12 years, including churches in Gonzales, Greenfield and Soledad, Hoy said. Cortes, 41, originally met the victim, a church member, when the boy was 14. Then, in February, Cortes gave him alcohol and began molesting him, prosecutors said. On April 14, the priest allegedly sodomized the boy, now 16.
The Salinas Police Department is investigating the case and trying to determine if there are any other victims.
 
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« Reply #5 on: June 10, 2009, 11:39:09 PM »

Connie Lawless's brother:

Our Pastor

Elder Arthur DeWayne Harris was saved and baptized at the age of nine, and entered the ministry when he was 18 years of age. Ordained by the Douglas Street Missionary Baptist Church of Omak, Washington, he began his pastorate work in May, 1963.

He attended three years at Landmark Baptist College in San Jose, California; doing course studies in Theology, Church History, New Testament Greek, and Homiletics. Upon completion of all required courses, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies from Sacramento Baptist College and Seminary. Although he found classroom studies to be very helpful as well as rigorous, he accredits most of his Bible education and indoctrination to his father, Elder A.A. Harris, who went to be with the Lord in November, 1989.

Elder Harris has been pastoring the Alisal Baptist Church for over 31 years and is the Dean of the Alisal Baptist Institute Theological Seminary. He also distributes monthly Sunday School Literature to various churches of like faith.

http://209.85.173.132/search?q=cache:U8yOXOVaC9wJ:www.alisalbaptistchurch.org/pastor.php+A+A+Harris+baptist&cd=3&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ca
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« Reply #6 on: June 10, 2009, 11:42:29 PM »

MILLERTON BAPTIST CHURCH INCORPORATED
Millerton, OK   
LAWLESS, WENDY
(CONTACT)
 


MILLERTON BAPTIST CHURCH INCORPORATED

Filing Number
1412049285

Entity Type
Domestic Not For Profit Corporation Church

(RA) Registered Agent
MILLERTON BAPTIST CHURCH INCORPORATED
302 N E
MILLERTON, OK 74750

(RA) Effective Date: 9/22/2004
 
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« Reply #7 on: June 10, 2009, 11:45:46 PM »

Oklahoma cancelled business registrations:

3500673354 GARY D. LAWLESS MINISTRIES, L.L.C. 4245050001 Cancelled 7/1/2005

GARY D. LAWLESS MINISTRIES, L.L.C.

Entity Type
Domestic Limited Liability Company

Filing Number
3500673354

GARY D LAWLESS
6320 E 3RD
TULSA, OK 74112

Name Type
Legal 
 
GARY D. LAWLESS MINISTRIES, L.L.C.

Entity Type
Domestic Limited Liability Company

Filing Number
3500673354

GARY D LAWLESS
6320 E 3RD
TULSA, OK 74112

Name Type
Legal



at this address
6320 E 3RD
TULSA, OK 74112
Possible Relatives:

LOLLIS, GARY DON (Age 54)
LOLLIS, LINDA
LOLLIS, DONNY D (Age 35)
LOLLIS, MICHAEL D (Age 35)
LOLLIS, MICHELLE JANIECE (Age 28)


Sorry if I missed it , but have we checked this address?
Gary D Lawless Age: 65+
3080 S Yale St
Wichita, KS 67210-1426


3080 S Yale St
WICHITA, KS
BELLE PLAINE, KS

Possible Relatives:

LAWLESS, SIR GARY W (Age 67)
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« Reply #8 on: June 10, 2009, 11:54:08 PM »

Good Idea Sister...
Look at you diggin' away!
This is FANTASTIC!!!!! 
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« Reply #9 on: June 11, 2009, 12:12:50 AM »

CLOVER ROAD BAPTIST CHURCH
Manteca, CA
Tracy, CA   

BROWNING, CYNTHIA
(REGISTERED AGENT)

LAWLESS, LANE
(PRESIDENT)

associated businesses:
NATIONAL ROOF CORP

let me see if I can find out who owns the actual building and the land

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Monkeys, check out this information on National Roof Corp. (an associated business of the "church")--notice the address for the registered agent, and recall the search of the roof:

Corporation

NATIONAL ROOF CORP. 
Number: C1610328 
Date Filed: 4/1/1988 
Status: suspended 
Jurisdiction: California

Address 
812 CLOVER RD. #27
TRACY,, CA 95376 

Agent for Service of Process
JEFFREY L. OLSON 
812 CLOVER RD. #27 
TRACY,, CA 95376   
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« Reply #10 on: June 11, 2009, 12:30:33 AM »

WRONG GUY - REMOVED
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« Reply #11 on: June 11, 2009, 01:03:40 AM »

This taken from bios and church history etc.  Info in parenthesis added by me for clarification.

The Victory Missionary Baptist Church of Tracy was looking for assistance because of the failing health of Pastor Scott. Victory then approached Eld. (Lane) Lawless and Sovereign Grace (Missionary Baptist Church of Mountain View CA) to request he consider a pastorate in Tracy. 

The churches voted to merge. In 1981, the members of Victory joined Sovereign Grace, donating their property and assets to the Sovereign Grace Church. The name of the church was changed to Clover Road Baptist Church. Lane has pastored Clover Road Baptist Church of Tracy CA - since 1981.
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« Reply #12 on: June 11, 2009, 01:10:35 AM »

Bittleston said he has not been contacted by the authorities and has “no recollection” of Lane Lawless or of “any connection” to the Cantu case. Asked if there’d ever been allegations of child abuse and/or molestation at the church, he replied, “At one time, there was some… but it was an adult not involved with any of that name (Lawless) that I’m aware of.”

“We at the church found an elderly person who was doing some not-good things, so it went to court and he was sent into state jurisdiction” – meaning state prison, Bittleston said. “I was called in on that but I can’t see where there was any connection there… Any time that a church is working with children you’re going to have a certain amount of that … but we took it right to the authorities and it was taken care of.”
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« Reply #13 on: June 11, 2009, 01:45:37 AM »

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                     Harris, Arthur Alonso (Old State)
Art was saved May 10, 1938 in a bean field out side Salinas. He was baptized by the Hebbron Heights MBC shortly after. He surrendered to the ministry November 22, 1943 in the Northern Association meeting in Riverbank. He was ordained April 16, 1944 by the FMBC in Antioch.

He has served the following pastorates: Concord MBC April 1944 to August 1944; Brentwood FMBC September 1944 to February 1945; San Jose MBC August 1946 to May 1948; Stockton, Eastside MBC June 1948 to December 1949; Sacramento, Friendship MBC December 1949 to November 1950; La Habra MBC November 1950 to March 1954; Eastside second time March 1954 to October 1956; Washington churches October 1956 to June 1968; Winton MBC June 1968 to November 1969; Salinas Landmark MBC November 1969 to July 1978; Pedley MBC August 1980 to August 1981; From there he moved to Salinas and became assistant to his son DeWayne in the Alisal MBC. He died November 16, 1989.

Art was a driving force for most of his life in the Old State work holding many positions and taking a strong stand for “Direct Only” mission work.


                           Harris Arthur DeWayne 
DeWayne was saved in 1952 and was baptized the same year by the La Habra FMBC. He answered the call to preach August 16,1961 and was ordained by the Douglas Street MBC in Omak, Washington.

He has pastored the following churches: Omak, Washington 1963 - 65; Visalia MBC (Old State) 1968 - 69; Winton MBC 1969 - 73; Sovereign Grace MBC Mt. View; Alisal BC 1975 till present. (2006)

The church no longer represents in the Old State Work but does represent with a group of strong Calvinist churches in an unorganized fellowship. DeWayne has published a history book entitled, "Landmark of the West’.
 

Harris, Henry (Left Landmark Work)

Harris, Henry Henry Harris attended Fresno Missionary Baptist Institute in the early 1980’s and received his Bachelor of Theology degree in May of 1985. He was a missionary of the New Hope Missionary Baptist Church in San Jose, California. He started a mission in Morgan Hill, California, with a weekly Bible Study in October of 1984. Their first Sunday service was in January, 1985. By February of 1986, the New Hope Church withdrew their endorsement of Brother Harris due to a drain on their funds.

Brother Harris and the mission in Morgan Hill were taken over by the First Missionary Baptist Church in Oakley, California. In September, 1987, Brother Harris led the mission members to join the First Missionary Baptist Church of Gilroy, California. He became the pastor of that church.

Brother Harris was a State Missionary on designated funds for the 1989 - 90 association year. In 1990 at the Messenger Body Meeting, Brother Harris gave a report that indicated he did not believe in Church Perpetuity and had led the church to receive alien immersion.

The Messenger Body asked Brother Harris to meet with a council of brethren in the Salinas church. The counsel did not convene, and Brother Harris led the Gilroy church out of Landmark work. Missionary Baptist Churches supporting the Mission had given many thousands of dollars to build the Gilroy church. Later, the church disbanded. No accounting as to the sale of the property was ever made public.


                             Lawless, Clifford Lane

Lane was saved May 1960 and was baptized July 9, 1960 by the Eastside MBC in Stockton. He was called to preach April 6, 1971 and ordained August 20, 1971 by the Winton MBC.

He has pastored the following churches: Beacon MBC in Redding August 1971 to May 1973; Grace MBC of Gardena May 1973 to May 1974; Mission work in Eureka; the Mountain View, California, First Sovereign Grace Missionary Baptist Church in 1980. In 1981 the church in Tracy California merged with the Mountain View church and Brother Lawless continued as pastor with the church being called, Clover Road Missionary Baptist Church of Tracy, California. He is pastor to this day (2009).


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« Reply #14 on: June 11, 2009, 02:17:01 PM »

Gary the Poet Lawless and his church...
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« Reply #15 on: June 11, 2009, 03:10:52 PM »

Gary the Poet Lawless and his church...

Lone - I forgot -- name of church?
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« Reply #16 on: June 11, 2009, 03:16:19 PM »

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Gary Lawless is sponsored by this CHURCH:

Sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Church of Saco and Biddeford
60 School Street, Saco, ME 04072 (directions)

                             
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« Reply #17 on: June 11, 2009, 03:39:42 PM »

This is more info I got from the church's history or the bio:
"In 1974, the Landmark MBC of Salinas authorized mission work in Mountain View which resulted in the formation of the Sovereign Grace MBC. Eld. A.D. harris was their first pastor. "

AD Harris is Connie's uncle, AA Harris is her father.  Am betting that Lane was their 2nd pastor, then that church "merged" with Victory and became Clover Baptist. 

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« Reply #18 on: June 11, 2009, 03:45:05 PM »

This is more info I got from the church's history or the bio:
"In 1974, the Landmark MBC of Salinas authorized mission work in Mountain View which resulted in the formation of the Sovereign Grace MBC. Eld. A.D. harris was their first pastor. "

AD Harris is Connie's uncle, AA Harris is her father.  Am betting that Lane was their 2nd pastor, then that church "merged" with Victory and became Clover Baptist. 
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« Reply #19 on: June 11, 2009, 03:46:34 PM »

1956 TWENTY-FIFTH SESSION When the messenger met for the 1956 session in La Habra, A. A. Harris was in the Moderator's chair. A motion was made by Arden Johnson and seconded by R. J. Rudd to unseat the Brentwood Church on the grounds that the Brentwood Church was practicing pulpit affiliation by allowing Red Harper, a well-known singer to sing in the services. The Moderator called the messengers' attention to Statement Thirteen of the Constitution that states, "No church shall be withdrawn from the Association without a fair hearing and the Statement of Faith showing they are not in fellowship with us." The Moderator therefore ruled the motion out of order on the grounds that the Brentwood Church had not been given a fair hearing. Pandemonium broke out. After much confusion, the Moderator ruled the churches, which had not yet withdrawn fellowship from Brentwood, should sit in council with her and determine if Brentwood Church was worthy to be seated. Johnny Johnson made a motion to declare the Moderator's chair vacant, ruled out of order on the grounds of Statement Six, "The Moderator shall serve until he is replaced by his elected successor." L. E. McCalister appealed to the body and was ruled out of order on the grounds that the messengers had not been seated, and there was no body to appeal to. A. D. Compton threatened to take over the Moderator's chair, but the Moderator warned he would have the sheriff called to restore order. While the Clerk was listening, the messengers from churches who had not yet withdrawn from Brentwood, the Pastor of the Brentwood Church (Ted. R. Cooper), addressed the Moderator and made the following statement, "Let the messengers go ahead and vote because the Brentwood Church doesn't care whether she is seated or not." On the basis of this statement, the Moderator withdrew his ruling and apologized to the messengers for taking up their time. The Brentwood Church was promptly unseated by a vote of fifty-nine (59) to six (6). Those who voted to unseat the church were Herbert Schuh, Lorene Sevege, Mary Schuh, Clyde Plummer, Gentry Isaac, Randy Rudd, A. A. Moore, Florence Batten, Carol Moore, Dewey Caves, John Girton, Roy Westmoreland, Cassie B. Rogers, Gertrude Qualls, M. B. Hubbard, Raymond Mouser, Myrtle O'Neal, Verda Beatty, Chester Hunt, Walter Smith, Clint Wilkins, Wanda Wilkins, Ray Whitley, E.G. Ward, Johnny Farmer, Norval Ketchum, Victor Carter, Sylvia Carter, Bill Anglin, Arden Johnson, Mary Ridenhour, Mary Renfro, S.F. Carlton, Dee Sanders, Helen Sanders, L.E. McCalister, W.E. Dickerson, M.R. Canfield, Gertrude Canfield, Bob Watson, G.W. Harris, Leonard Hargrove, Mary Kopphan, J.W. Scott, Marvin Johnson, Leonard Logue, Homer Tidwell, Bill Christian, Leroy Gable, Beryl Dalton, Neva Atwood, A. D. Compton, Pat Hart, Doris Hart, Bob Woodfill, Jewell Woodfill, V. L. Casey, and Lloyd Dickerson. A. A. Moore moved that the messengers who voted in opposition to unseating of the Brentwood Church be unseated. They were R. A. Harless, A. A. Harris, Irene Harris, Connie Harris, Bill Whala, and Betty Whala. This motion became bogged down with substitutions and amendments until finally a substitute motion carried to unseat all messengers in complete harmony with the practices of the Brentwood church messengers. R. A. Harless brought charges against the Hughson Church for practicing pulpit affiliation. There was a motion and second to unseat the messengers. Hughson's Pastor, Ray Whitley, denied the charges. A substitute motion carried to recommend that Airport and Hughson Churches call a council to settle their dispute. So ended the stormiest session in the history of this Association. Money given was reported in the 1956 minutes: home missions, $9,888.49; foreign missions, $3,539.90; total given for all purposes, $336,028.82. The total membership was 2,442.
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