About half an hour ago, when I tried to access FOTM’s email account (FellowshipMinds@gmail.com), I discovered someone had hacked into it, so that I no longer can access it.
It will take Gmail 3 to 5 business days to investigate this and determine my ownership.
In the meantime, if you’ve ever received email from FOTM, you probably have or will received this bogus email, which is typical of something sent from a hacked email account:
Am sorry to bother you, I’m in Limassol Cyprus at the moment and i just misplaced my bag containing all my vital items, phone, passport and money at the bus station. I am stranded at the moment and i need your help.
Ignore it. Don’t EVER EVER answer the email.
I don’t believe it is a coincidence that just 3 days ago I published the post, “Christians are leaving the U.S. military,” which named anti-Christ atheist Mikey Weinstein’s Military Religious Freedom [sic] Foundation (MRFF) as being the instigator of attacks against Christian chaplains and soldiers. I know MRFF has a link to this post, which brought in a slew of commenters all parroting the same lie: that Christians in the U.S. military are ramming and forcing their religious beliefs on others. I’ve checked with friends who are active service members and they all confirmed this is a lie. For that reason, I did not allow those comments through.
This is the new email address for Fellowship of the Minds:
Here’s my message to the pusillanimous anti-Christ enemies of FOTM:
St. Michael, the Archangel,
defend us in battle.
Be our protection
against the wickedness and snares of the Devil.
May God rebuke him, we humbly pray.
And do thou,
oh Prince of the Heavenly Host,
by the power of God,
cast into Hell,
Satan and all the other evil spirits
who prowl about the world,
seeking the ruin of souls.