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Jason Harris

Jason loves to communicate God's word both in the local church and at conferences and retreats. Jason has been involved with Worship Music since 1996 and InFocus since 2005. Jason has degrees in theology, music, accounting, and research and is currently a PhD candidate and lecturer in the College of Business, Law, and Governance at James Cook University, Cairns. Jason is also a pastor at CrossPoint Church. You can contact Jason at


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    Greg McPhearson

    Maybe you should take down your endorsements of books written by known child molesters. Just a thought…………

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    Jason Harris

    Thanks for the comments guys. I’m happy to keep this link and the comments up so that those who are interested can consider the allegations. If charges have been laid, documentation of such would be welcomed. In the mean time, I’m sorry to hear of these allegations and pray that this pastor will, if he is guilty, come to repentance, and that his victims, assuming the allegations are true, will find healing and justice.

    I’m not sure a three-star review that’s full of caveats is quite an “endorsement.” This review is merely my take on the book. I don’t endorse his theology let alone his life as a whole.

    If these allegations are true, I can only mourn the damage of sin and crime in his life and in the lives of his victims. And pray that in his life, and in the lives of his victims, that God will be made much of and sin will be made to look “exceeding sinful” and grace will shine brightly in his repentance/restoration and in the victim’s healing and pursuit of justice.

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      Jason Harris

      Thanks tbird.

      I’m glad that justice is being pursued. I pray that all who have power, especially in God’s name, will take warning never to misuse that power.

      May we all mourn the destruction of sin. May we love and pray for the (alleged) criminal even as we support the pursuit of justice. And may we love and support the victim as she seeks to rebuild and move forward.

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    Mr. Harris,

    I wish you would look into the research done on pedophiles. There is little evidence showing they ever repent.

    It is no wonder that Jesus said that whoever harms one of the little ones, it is better that a millstone was on their neck and they were cast into the sea.

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      Jason Harris

      Thanks for stopping in Amanda. I am, unfortunately, all too familiar with the statistics and dynamics of pedophilia. That said, I’ve also been blessed to see God’s grace at work in powerful ways in some who have been involved in pedophilia in the past. The cross, as Lewis said, is the great leveller.

      That said, a quick browse around this site will demonstrate my unflinching commitment to protect the weak and pursue justice.

      Grace to you.

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