Daily Star Probes Complaints at Amphi High School about FCC’s Use of Their Facility and the Principal’s Membership in FCC

Posted: April 26, 2015 in Uncategorized
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FCC rents space at Amphi High School where FCC member John Lansa, is principal. The Daily Star is reporting that there have been several complaints about Lansa’s leadership at Amphi and FCC’s use of the school.


  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow…Jon Lansa did a good job with school to B rating. People should be thankful for his hard work instead of complaining about him. I personal am thankful for my past teachers and principal who helped me and creating a great opportunity.

  2. Anonymous says:

    If you knew Jon, you would know he’s a great guy with a great heart, which irritates me about this article. I’m not affiliated with faith, I just know Jon’s character and would vouch for it any day of the week. My question is this: How many other good people are going to be to be cut down before there is “justice” for those on this site?

    • Why do you think this article has anything to do with justice for the people on this site? As far as I know, no former members contributed to this story. The story came about when some Amphi employees called the reporter. Former members of FCC don’t want anything bad to happen to the people of FCC. We simply want the spiritual abuse to stop. But I will say this. Those who link themselves to Steve Hall and his abusive system should not be surprised when that comes back to bite them.

      • Anonymous says:

        Employees reach out to reporters? It doesn’t work that way. The Daily Star is actively going after more news stories based off the original article to find more “dirt”. That’s how media works. And it’s hard for me to believe that nobody wants justice that’s been hurt. That’s a natural reaction, and the reason why people are being called out by name for what they’ve done along with there being celebration when they get reprimanded. So why not defend Jon? If you saw an article like this about you, wouldn’t you want a defense? Unless you feel like he doesn’t deserve it, in which your silence is declaring you want justice for his “wrong doing” of fighting to have a church service which is glorifying God on a high school campus. If you’re hurt, get resolved with those who you were hurt by. And if they aren’t willing to listen, you at least presented your case and can move on with life.

    • Anonymous says:

      Dear Anonymous…Ur confused! FCC is a cult and is harming people and if your a member of FCC that means u subscribe to Steve Hall’s beliefs and teachings. If a member of FCC is on a school campus and, in any way, influencing vulnerable and unsuspecting students, whether thru flyers or prayer meetings or word of mouth, it’s unacceptable. Any of FCC’s practices should be banned from ALL school campuses. If the parents of these students knew how FCC twists scripture and controls their members they would demand any affiliation with this church on their student’s campus be banned. I’m sure Mr Lansa is a good guy but it sounds like he got lured in to FCC just like all the other members. There are a lot of good people at FCC that are being brainwashed by Steve Hall’s teachings and beliefs. Whether Mr Lansa is a good guy or a good principal has absolutely nothing to do with his involvement with FCC. No campus should allow a cult’s activities or services to have any presence on a campus where students might be influenced. Mr Lansa also shouldn’t be allowing FCC to “bend the rules” on the space they rent at Amphi just because he’s a member. Also, Mr Lansa turned a blind eye when he received complaints with regard to the students having problems after FCC didn’t put the schools equipment back in the proper locations and all the other issues reported by Amphi staff. It took valuable school time away from the students. It has become a conflict of interest to have Mr. Lansa’s faith interfere with student and school activities and classroom time. That has nothing to do with trying to tear Mr Lansa down. It’s simply the facts and they need to be addressed.

  3. Anonymous says:

    How is it that FCC is “glorifying God” when the facts prove they’re hurting members and their famlies? If ur son or daughter was lured into this church and u and ur family suffered as a result, u wouldn’t be so quick to defend members who are trying to promote this church on a campus with vulnerable high school students, like Amphitheater High.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Yeah, you should be quick to defend if that person specifically didn’t do anything wrong, and forgive the people who have.

    Matthew 5:21-26

    “You have heard that the ancients were told, ‘You shall not commit murder ‘ and ‘Whoever commits murder shall be liable to the court.’ But I say to you that everyone who is angry with his brother shall be guilty before the court; and whoever says to his brother, ‘ You good-for-nothing,’ shall be guilty before the supreme court; and whoever says, ‘You fool,’ shall be guilty enough to go into the fiery hell. Therefore if you are presenting your offering at the altar, and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your offering there before the altar and go; first be reconciled to your brother, and then come and present your offering. Make friends quickly with your opponent at law while you are with him on the way, so that your opponent may not hand you over to the judge, and the judge to the officer, and you be thrown into prison. Truly I say to you, you will not come out of there until you have paid up the last cent.”

    Please find me a scripture that says that it’s OK to continually tear down an individual for the sake of “healling”. If you are unreconciled with someone, go talk with them and get it resolved, and there is grace that comes in that.

    • Anonymous says:

      Nobody is talking about tearing anybody down, so no I will not find you a scripture. Jon Lansa got an article written about him because of the school district decided to investigate his ass after it became evident that FCC wasn’t leaving the facility in the condition that it was in prior to services which drew legitimate complaints. Then they started to catch on to how he would play favorites with the other cult members who worked at the school. He doesn’t have anyone but himself to blame for having an article published about him. I love how you cult members are so brainwashed by your leaders that you deny that they should be held responsible for any of their actions. Keep looking and maybe you’ll find your big boy pants someday.

  5. Anonymous says:

    FCC’S spiritual abuse has to stop! Yes, there should be forgiveness but if Steve Hall’s beliefs and practices are taught and passed down to others, then the cycle of abuse continues…and round and round we go!

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