We have demonstrated in the past three articles that Focus on the Family (FOTF) is a last days’ Laodicean-like organization (Rev. 3:14-22). In addition to CEO Jim Daly, the FOTF Board of Directors includes eleven Christians who support the primarily psychological and humanistic, and secondarily biblical, teachings of FOTF and who also support Daly’s strong recommendations to the church to initiate fellowship with LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) and abortion activists. The following are the Directors of FOTF as listed on their website, who support Daly’s last days’ activities:
- Patrick P. Caruana, M.S., Chairman of Board of Directors, Lieutenant General (Ret.) Air Force.
- Patricia Esser, CEO of KTGY Group, Inc.
- Robert E. Hamby, C.P.A., Former Senior Vice President and CFO of Multimedia, Inc.
- R. Albert Mohler, Jr., Ph.D., President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
- Paul D. Nelson, Retired President of Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, Former Executive Vice President/COO of Focus on the Family.
- Eric Pillmore, Senior Advisor to the Deloitte Center for Corporate Governance, Former Senior Vice President of Tyco International.
- Kim A. Robinson, President and CEO of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Former Vice President of Customer Business Development, Procter & Gamble.
- Joan K. Singleton, Ph.D., Vice President of Workforce & Organization Effectiveness for Milton Hershey School.
- Lee Torrence, Former Managing Director for IBM, Senior State Executive for Georgia.
- Daniel L. Vallanueva, Managing Partner with Fontis Capital.
- Tony Wauterlek, Founder, Wauterlek and Brown, Inc.
These board members, continuing to serve while being aware of Daly and FOTF’s predominantly psychological and humanistic teachings mixed with the Bible as well as Daly’s strong recommendation to the church to initiate fellowship with LGBT and abortion activists, are equally guilty by remaining and serving on the FOTF Board of Directors.
(PsychoHeresy Awareness Letter, July – August 2013, Vol. 21, No.4)