Some resources you might need...
Helpful links to websites about leaving CFM, including communities and social media pages exposing CFM. Do you know a website that isn’t in our list? Please let us know.
Join our group on Facebook; Escaping the Potter’s House: Stories of those who survived the CFM cult, perhaps the largest online community of ex-members there is.
Resources about leaving CFM
- Escaping the Potter’s House
- Ex-Potter’s House
- Refuting Potters House false doctrines
- Sluit De Deur | Voormalige Leden van Evangelie Gemeente De Deur [Dutch]
- #BraveToo – For women who suffered sexual abuse
- Exchristian Fellowship Ministries/Excult members Social, Connection Friends
- [Dutch] Evangelie Gemeente De Deur
I'm out, now what?
- Find a healthy church, victims of cults often fall prey to another abusive church, read this post to prevent that from happening, and watch this video.
- Read the Bible, now you no longer spend an average of 10 hours per week attending CFM activities, you have plenty of time to discover what the Bible really says.
- Seek help, whether you think you’re fine or not, it may help to talk to a professional about your experiences at CFM.
What can I do to stop CFM?
- Contact the police, a lot of what happened to you may be considered abuse by someone in a position of power, which is illegal.
- Inform the government, Christian Fellowship Ministries is considered a charity, a Public Benefit Organisation, or in Dutch an ANBI. You can send the government a letter to inform them what happens behind closed doors.
- Inform the newspapers, warn the public so nobody else falls prey to the abusive Christian Fellowship Churches.
- Leave a review, did you know you can leave reviews on Google businesses, we bet your local Potter’s House, The Door, or Victory Chapel has turned reviews on as well.