Redeemed performing at Cup of Joy
Northland Baptist University has been on the slippery slope of compromise for a long time, as Lou Martuneac and others have documented, but the leaders have been claiming, all too typically, that there is no change: no change in regard to ecclesiastical separation, no change in regard to Calvinism, no change in music, etc. In the 1990s, Northland’s music was beautiful and truly sacred by design. There was no hint of the world then, but that is long gone. The school’s “Pizza and Praise” night is no holds barred rock & roll performed by the school’s very own contemporary praise band, Redeemed.
An advertisement for Northland’s Redeemed was recently posted at the school’s web site. On April 4, 2013, Lou Martuneac described this advertisement as follows: “The singers are being recorded in the basement of the Jacquot Educational Building, which houses the library, several classrooms, and the recording studio. Merideth Sullivan is the daughter of Peter Sullivan, hired the fall of 2010. Also in the video are Pete and Lisa Wehrey (former Dean of women), Matt Olson, the Sullivans (Merideth’s parents), Mike and Sandy Glanzer (Admissions), Antone Goyak (VP for Academics), Kevin and Laurie Priest (Registrar; daughter of Ken Hay).”
(Friday Church News Notes, April 12, 2013, www.wayoflife.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, 866-295-4143)