a hidden camera or two in every church home is by no means an infringement
upon a member's right to privacy. It is in fact, the only means by which
we can monitor the needs of a church body whose membership exceeds 125,000."
- Deacon Jack Larson
By January 1st, 2001 (if we are not raptured before that) a camera will
be placed in every church member's home. "This is a service we provide
to all members at no extra charge." Deacon Larson assures that Deacon service
will be streamlined to a state of the art "Christian Life Monitoring Facility.
"We will be faster, more efficient, and will meet each particular need
that arises at any given time."
Deacon Jack Larson is the head of the Deacon's division of Internal
Affairs. He hails from Cherry Hill, New Jersey where he served as a Christian
correctional officer for nearly 17 years. Deacon Jack was hired on to help
with church security in 1992. As his gifts were manifest, it became clear
that he was on his way to becoming a Deacon.
"Jack has some great ideas about Christian security." Pastor Smith remarks.
"It was his genius that prevented Mexicans from attacking our church when
we broke the news about pop singer, Ricky Martin's association with
The First Church of Satan."
Deacon Jack Larson makes his home in Leviticus Acres, along with his
wife and 5 daughters. "I know the importance of protecting our families."
Larson notes. "If anything were to happen to any of my daughters, so help
me God, someone would be in a world of hurt!"
Ground has already been broken for the Deacon Jack Larson Christian
Life Monitoring Facility.