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Founded by @JesseLeePeterson, BOND, The Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny, is a nonprofit dedicated to "Rebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man," http://rebuildingtheman.com nationally recognized and founded in Los Angeles in 1990 by Jesse Lee Peterson, pastor, counselor, radio & TV host, and author. http://rebuidingtheman.com 800-411-BOND (that's 800-411-2663).

Church with Jesse Lee Peterson BOND: Rebuilding the Man

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.2, 41 Ratings

Founded by @JesseLeePeterson, BOND, The Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny, is a nonprofit dedicated to "Rebuilding the Family by Rebuilding the Man," http://rebuildingtheman.com nationally recognized and founded in Los Angeles in 1990 by Jesse Lee Peterson, pastor, counselor, radio & TV host, and author. http://rebuidingtheman.com 800-411-BOND (that's 800-411-2663).

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

H.A. Young ,

Awesome

Great content and is not for the average mind.

scm_one ,

Good but...

I’m writing this review after listening to hundreds of hours of Jesse’s talks (and even after making a donation to BOND because I’ve been personally helped by him). On one hand Jesse is possibly one of the most helpful people in the world. On male/female issues, he speaks more clearly and unapologetically than most orthodox Bible teachers. He can help young men in particular understand themselves and point them in a healthy direction. But on the other hand, I find his spiritual advice problematic. His “silent prayer,” for example, is exactly the opposite of how Christ told people to pray, and Jesse takes a very low view of the Bible. I realize that he has seen Christianity not really “work” for most people in the practical areas of life (and I sympathize with this view), but he goes too far in the other direction. Do listen, but listen with a bit of caution.

charlie n ,

i don’t know what to say

jlp is the closer to the devil than many men... approach him cautiously, and i think the value of listening is mostly to be found in audience members. these young people (mostly men, not all not all not all) have serious issues that often have not been resolved or addressed elsewhare.

jesse lee offers one answer (to their/our ‘anger’), and ultimately it comes closer being to a secular buddhistic ego fetish than real forgiveness and compassion. the silent prayer seems to be mostly about forgiving yourself... in one video he describes the prayer as sitting in silence and watching thoughts travel through the space between your eyes. if this is so, why does jlp cling so righteously to his version of the bible and and jesus? and to use it to justify hate and pity?

his version of forgivenessbegets another anger, and a bloated sense of self importance. loving thy neighbors shouldn’t be accomplished by pitying them.

their is a war on for your soul and jesse is “working for his daddy, satan - the devil!”

good luck to anyone searching for a purpose in this messed up world.

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