percent of an individual's income is what
Martindale expects from new Way followers. This is
the minimum level of giving allowed at The Way.
This giving is not required until an attendee has
been at fellowship for a few weeks. 1997-1998
to Fourteen Percent from Faithful Disciples is
gets increasingly angrier.
disciples are required to give at least between
eleven and fourteen percent to the ministry.
warns that God will not listen to Way followers or
answer their prayers unless they are giving money
to The Way. 1997-1998
me everything beyond what you need to live.
tells Way followers that they should be giving
everything beyond what they need to live. To live
any other way is selfishness. 1997-1998
Brown and Naomi Poling Warbasse
Way teaches that its followers will die if they
leave The Way.
Martindale states that the reason Ron Brown
(U.S. Commerce Secretary) was killed in a plane
crash in Croatia in April of 1996 along with 35
others people was that one of his staff, a young
girl named Naomi Poling Warbasse was on board the
Naomi was the daughter of Art Poling (former Way
Cabinet member in the mid eighties). Art chose to
leave The Way, and in this audio clip Donna states
that the real reason his daughter died was because
he (Art) chose to leave The Way ministry. 1996
and The Baseball Coach
Martindale expresses outrage that her son Timmy
has to be coached at school by the
"copped-out" Way Corps minister Jim
Ferraro. Jim left the ministry of his own free
will and is now discriminated against by The Way
and its staff. Donna and Craig frequently confront
the local school about their kids being called
"wafers" and yet in front of all the
staff and their children at TWI headquarters, she
openly displays her belief-based bigotry and
in Religious Discrimination for the staff and
children of The Way International.
Martindale in a further example of her bigotry.
Here she warns Way people not to "yoke"
themselves with the "infidels" or
"unbelievers", meaning anyone who has a
belief system different to her own. These life and
morality lectures are held in front of the staff
and their children at The Way International