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Michael Landon's religion and beliefs being
attacked online and the "slanders" will not let the Landon family
defend Michael's name.
In today's gone mad world, our society is very insecure and when someone like Michael Landon who produced good heart filled quality christian programs that taught viewers morals, respect, love, how to cry, be human and compassionate to eachother these beliefs become a red flag for the 21st century culture or at least in the eyes of GoodFight Ministries.
Recently, Jason Kovar a representative of GoodFight ministries has written a detailed article about Michael Landon making it a point to slander Michael's good name by saying Mike was embraced by an occult satanic spirit and shared how he was.
For over several decades Michael produced family entertainment programs and TV-movies in which he didn't even have to work after "Bonanza" was complete but he insisted and went on to produce and write programs he believed in. However, according to GoodFight Ministries all this work was given to Michael from the satanic sprit world.
Mr. Kovar made it a point to compare Mike to Satan and Satan's servants to say that his work on "Bonanza," "Little House" and especially "Highway to Heaven" was not approved by God, but is seemed better fit to definition of a minister of Satan than to God. Mike had mislead viewers in his scripts. The article ends sharing how Satan and the evil spirits turned on Mike during his battle with cancer in 1991 and claimed his soul at his death.
The article produced by GoodFight Ministries really bothered me. Someone like Michael Landon who dedicated his life to help and was very giving to others, children, someone who treated his cast and crew very well, someone who loved his family and most important God to have something written about like this by a Ministry that states in their mission statement they exists for the glory of God is just wrong and unfair. What about facts before publishing? Why not interview Landon family members or people that were close to Mike?
Michael's wife Cindy Landon and niece Christine Ferley both wrote to this ministry and posted in Mike's defense on their Facebook pages and the posts on Facebook was removed. This ministry is not about truth but about fiction. As christians, we are supposed to pray for people like Jason Kovar and this ludicrous ministry and that's all we can do. However, if you feel the need to share your concerns and post them public on their Facebook wall you can by clicking the direct link below. Keep in mind that Cindy and Christine's posts were removed. This means yours could too! I think after so many posts from fans like "you" all over the world that were touched by Mike's work that they will discover that no matter what ridiculous articles they write that it doesn't change how we feel but only makes us support Michael and his work he stood for even more!
CLICK HERE for the article GoodFight Ministries wrote on Michael.
CLICK HERE to access the GoodFight Ministries Facebook page to post on their wall.
CLICK HERE to contact them privately.