PEOPLE OF STAYTON,OR.,LOCK UP YOUR FAMILIES AS THE MATLANDS' ARE IN TOWN.
HOMELESS PEOPLE, GOD HELP YOU.STAY AWAY FROM THIS FAMILY
& 'SIGNS OF VICTORY MINISTRIES' IN ALBANY& NOWSTAYTON,OREGON.
Isn't it a great life if you are tax exempt and do not pay for any of your other properties and yet you rent them out and keep the money.Perhaps we should all pretend to be the Minister ofa church andget ourselves a 200 acre farm and collect multiple donations from the people around, plus all goods and food donated also, and all of the Food Stamps that are robbed from the homeless people, let's not forget all of the State grants and so on as well.The leeches ride again.BEWARE PEOPLE OF STAYTON AND SURROUNDING AREAS.YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT HAS HIT YOU.
Robin Hood had the right idea.Rob the rich and give to the poor.Matland's rob the poor and give it to themselves.Oh well, at least they have plenty of land to hide in and to hide anything or anyone else in, including their families and if you (The people of Stayton)don't keep your eyes well and truly peeled, your folks could find themselves getting tangled up in this farse of a church and this so called Re-habilitation Center.WHAT A JOKE,read the article below.The only people needing re-hab. are this family themselves.Re-hab.as inteaching them not to rob,destroy people's lives,hide away MY GRANDSON, (George Raymond Matland III now aged 13 years old)(and anyone else that they are trying to hide away), not to tell him the most outrageous lies about his mom and myself so that he has grown to hate us.He was stolen through trickery and this Matland family WILL BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE for their many, many crimes,including poisoning my daughter in the hopes that she would die and George would not have to pay Child Support or Divorce costs as she did not die from the poisoning or when her car was 'FIXED',and these were only two attempts of more, on her life.Believe me.JUSTICE WILL BE SEEN TO BE DONE AND THAT INCLUDES THE OFFICIALS IN OREGON WHO HAVE SO BLATENTLY COVERED THIS FAMILIES CRIMES UP FOR OVER30 YEARS.
There will be great pickings here for the Matlands and nobody outside this property in Stayton will know what is taking place.JUST REMEMBER WHAT THEY DID IN CAVE JUNCTION AND THE TREATMENT THAT PEOPLE RECEIVED THERE AT THE HANDS OF THIS FAMILY AND THEIR CRIMES WERE ONLY TO BE HOMELESS. SEEKING THE LORD,OR MARRIED TO ONE OR OTHER OF THE MATLAND FAMILY IN ONE OF THEIR MANY,MANY MARRIAGES,MOSTLY WHICH WERE NOT FOR REAL.BOY DID THEYCOME DOWN TO EARTH WITH A GIGANTIC BUMP,SOME WHOSE MINDS ARE STILL SCREWED UP AFTER THE TREATMENT THEY RECEIVED THERE.WELL I HOPE THAT YOU ALL HAD A VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING AND I WONDER IF THE PRISONS IN OREGON SERVE YOU UP TURKEY AS HOPEFULLY THAT IS WHERE SOME OF YOU AT SOV MINSTRIES WILL BE FOR2010 & ONWARDS'CELEBRATIONS.
TO ALL OF MY FRIENDS, HAVE A REALLY GREAT WEEK,TAKE CARE AND STAY SAFE AND TO OUR LITTLE SWEETHEART, 'LITTLE GEORGE' ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT WE ALL LOVE YOU SO VERY MUCH AND THAT ALL YOU HAVE BEEN TOLD BY YOUR STEPMOTHERAND AUNTIEAND THE MATLANDS ABOUT US,ARE PURE LIES, SO THAT WHEN THIS ALL GOES PUBLIC, YOU WILL NOT WANT TO BE WITH US.
AFTER ALL, WITH THE MATLANDS WANTING TO OPEN A FOSTER HOME FOR CHILDREN, ONE HAS TO OBTAIN CHILDREN TO START WITH AND AFTER THE EVENTS OF LATE,THEY SEEM TO HAVE COLLECTED ANOTHER TWO CHILDREN.NO DIVORCE FEES OR CHILD SUPPORT NEEDED THERE EITHER.HOW VERY CONVENIENT EVEN THOUGH THAT ACCIDENT!!! HAPPENED IN ANOTHER STATE.IT WAS TIMED PERFECTLY?JUST TWO MORE CHILDREN,PLUS THE KIDS THAT THEY ALREADY HAVE,DOOMED TO A LIFE OF HELL AND ALL FOR MATLAND PROFIT.CRIME DEFINATELY DOES PAY.PERHAPS I SHOULD BECOME A PASTOR.LOL!!!
Linn County homeless and those in crisis getting help
Cathy Ingalls, Albany Democrat-Herald | Posted: Thursday, November 5, 2009 3:00 pm
Seven Albany-area homeless people who cannot shake their addictions are getting help at a farm near Stayton.
That is what George Matland of the Signs of Victory Mission told a group Wednesday that is working on behalf of the homeless in Linn County.
He joined representatives from Compassion in Action and Love Inc. to recount their efforts this past year in assisting the disadvantaged and to announce new goals.
They spoke to 65 social service and medical providers attending the fifth Albany Community Summit on Homelessness at City Hall.
Here is a wrap-up:
Signs of Victory - Matland said the mission is leasing a 200-acre farm, where people are "detoxing and getting their lives back together." Some of the residents had jobs at one time but "they didn't deal with their addictions" so they lost them.
Living on the farm gets people away from their problem environments, allowing them to work on a new life plan.
Ironically, he said, for 20 years the farmhouse was a haven for drug users. During a cleanup and renovation performed by the residents, syringes were discovered and there was a loaded .38 in the basement.
Only people committed to changing their lives are accepted at the farm, Matland said.
Compassion in Action - Curtis Miller, executive director, said volunteers put together "daily living kits" for men, women, children and infants, using complimentary hygiene items. It asks people returning from trips to donate any complimentary hygiene items they may have picked up from hotels. The group spends about $910 a month to purchase the rest of what goes into the kits. The most expensive item is disposable diapers. Next year, Compassion in Action wants to place barrels throughout the community to make it easier to donate diapers.
For information about helping, contact Miller at (541) 990-2182 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Love Inc. - From March through September, the agency fielded 742 calls for assistance, said Deb Powell, executive director.
She said the agency will become a bigger help in assisting the community once more churches in Linn County take part. It works as a clearinghouse to get people the help they need.
For more information, contact Powell at (541) 924-5683.
Albany police Capt. Ben Atchley, who led the summit, said he was pleased to see so many people still dedicated to helping the disadvantaged three years after the first summit.