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The Life Church of Manassas, Virginia, Hit With $21 Million Child Molestation Lawsuit

The ongoing saga over child sexual abuse at The Life Church – with “campuses” in Manassas, Warrenton and Winchester, Virginia – continues to unfold. The latest development is a lawsuit seeking $21 million in damages by a new victim, who alleges she was sexually molested at the church in 2014 when she was sixteen years […]

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Stolen Innocence: Lauren’s Story of Church Sexual Abuse

After two years I am finally using my name. My name is Lauren. I am not just “the victim” or the young teenager with the orange bow in her hair, as I was labeled by lawyers and the media. I am Lauren … And this is my story of sexual abuse by Derrick Trump, the […]

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The Life Church: New Pedophilia Charges Against Youth Pastor Jordan Baird

“When the abusive behavior of Christian leaders is uncovered, all too often the immediate response is not an unconditional admission or a genuine expression of authentic repentance. Instead, a common response is a new narrative. A false narrative. A narrative that attempts to paint a picture of the situation without any regard for truth. A […]

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A Tale of Victim Shaming and Blaming at Greenwich Presbyterian Church

My name is Cherie and my daughter was sexually abused by Derrick Trump when he was the youth director of Greenwich Presbyterian Church in Nokesville, Virginia. Derrick Trump was convicted of his crime and released from jail in May 2018. However, this is my story – from a mom’s perspective – about sexual abuse and […]

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The Life Church: Tax Evasion, Lies and Pedophilia

The Life Church scandals keep on coming … The IRS has filed four court liens against The Life Church in Manassas, Virginia (with additional “campuses” in Winchester, Bristow and Warrenton). Those multiple liens are for massive tax evasion by The Life Church over an eleven year period for unpaid employee payroll withholdings. The outstanding taxes […]

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Silent No More: Morgan’s Brave Statement Against Her Abuser

On February 21, 2018, a court imposed a nearly five-and-a-half year sentence on Jordan David Baird for six pedophilia felony convictions. His charges all involved using his position as a worship leader and youth pastor at The Life Church in Manassas, Virginia, to sexually solicit and molest a young girl soon after her sixteenth birthday. […]

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A Mom Confronts The Life Church and Her Daughter’s Abuser

At that sentencing hearing for Jordan David Baird of The Life Church, the victim’s mom took the stand. While looking directly at Jordan David Baird and the Baird family – which controls The Life Church and was sitting in the court room – she gave a very direct and powerful impact statement.

With the mom’s permission, we are posting her statement (her daughter, who is now 19, also gave us permission to post it and keep her name in it) to encourage and embolden other survivors of sexual abuse at The Life Church – and elsewhere – to likewise find their voice and tell their stories.

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Sexual Predation and Pedophilia at The Life Church in Manassas, Virginia

Because of the ongoing lies, distortions and efforts to cover up what happened at The Life Church, as well as the facts about the ongoing child sex abuse charges against Jordan David Baird, we will use this page to occasionally post copies of official court documents from the case.

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Sexual Predation by Christian Author and “Apostle” Frank Viola

Nathan’s Voice – a victim support ministry – has confirmed a pattern of abuse, sexual predation and cover up involving noted Christan author and self-proclaimed “apostolic worker” Frank Viola following a lengthy investigation.

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Beauty from Ashes

Since early this year, we’ve been working on a huge sex abuse case involving Christ Chapel, a large Assembly of God church in Woodbridge, Virginia. The human carnage and shattered lives have been great. We take on these kinds of cases not only because we believe in justice, but because we also believe in redemption. […]

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